TVS Apache RTR Gets Super Moto ABS; Official Price List Revealed

TVS Apache RTR series is now available with ABS-equipped variants in the Indian market, marking 100% compliance with the safety norms that are mandatory for every brand, irrespective of their origin or manufacturing practice. The locally-produced models with over 125cc of displacement need ABS as a standard safety feature for the purpose of sales through the dealerships.

Apache RTR 160
Apache RTR 160

The Apache RTR Super Moto ABS range starts from INR 85,510 for the single channel equipped RTR 160 with a front disc while the version with a dual disc is priced at INR 88,339. The Apache RTR 180 is now available with single channel ABS for INR 91,409 while the most impressive RTR 160 4V costs INR 89,785 for the base variant and INR 98,785 for the top-spec fuel injected model. The RTR 200 is the only streetfighter in their lineup to have dual channel ABS in 2019. The pricing still feels practical for most models in the Apache RTR lineup.

Apache RTR Price List

Super Moto ABS Models

  • RTR 160 Single Disc: INR 85,510
  • RTR 160 Double Disc: INR 88,339
  • RTR 180 Double Disc: INR 91,409
  • RTR 160 4V Single Disc: INR 89,785
  • RTR 160 4V Double Disc: INR 92,785
  • RTR 160 4V Fuel Injection: INR 98,785
  • RTR 200 4V Carbutetted: INR 1,11,280
Apache RTR 200 4V
Apache RTR 200 4V

Speaking about the topic, K N Radhakrishnan, Director and CEO, TVS Motor Company said, “Since inception, TVS Apache series has revolutionised performance biking by introducing cutting edge technology from their factory racing versions. In 2011, we were the first manufacturer to introduce twin channel ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) on Apache RTR 180, in the Indian two-wheeler industry. In line with this tradition, today, we are delighted to announce the inclusion of Super Moto ABS across RTR 160; RTR 160 4V and RTR 180 versions. This one of a kind racing tuned ABS technology that ensures maximum dynamic performance along with cutting edge safety technology to our consumers. The motorcycles are already on sale in the market to ensure proactive compliance to the regulatory requirement laid down by the Government of India.”

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