The 2019 TVS Apache series rivals Bajaj Pulsar and other prominent sport motorcycle series falling around the price section. The versatile nature of Apache motorcycles and the number of options available makes the fact clear that every person spending between INR 1 lakh to INR 2.75 lakh (on-road) has an option to consider.
The buyers with just city riding in mind can choose between RTR 160 and RTR 180, with both options getting single-channel ABS and dual disc variant. However, TVS takes care of those with a tight budget as single disc variant of the RTR 160 comes for INR 85,573. Another value for money option is the single and dual disc version of RTR 160 4V, priced at INR 90,101 and INR 93,101 respectively.
Those with an interest in fuel injection can spend INR 99,101 to upgrade to the dual disc RTR 160 4V Fi variant while spending INR 1,11,345 can bring the powerful RTR 200 4V (Carb+ABS). TVS has not yet launched the Fi+ABS model of RTR 200 in India. At present, only the RTR 200 and the Apache RR 310 (priced at INR 2.27 lakh) are available with a dual-channel ABS unit. TVS Motor recently downgraded the RTR 180 and replaced the 2-channel ABS unit with a SuperMoto 1-channel ABS system.
The Pulsar 150 series rivals the Apache RTR 160 in India while RTR 160 4V targets Pulsar NS160. The popular Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is a strict rival for the RTR 200. Apache RR 310 is an exclusive option rivalling the KTM RC 390 while Pulsar 180 Neon now rivals the RTR 180. The brand recently also updated the RR 310 and the sportbike now comes equipped with a race-tuned slipper clutch.
2019 TVS Apache ABS Series
Ex-Showroom Delhi Price List
- RR 310: INR 2,27,000
- RTR 200 4V: INR 1,11,345
- RTR 160 4V Fi: INR 99,101
- RTR 160 4V Rear Disc: INR 93,101
- RTR 180: INR 91,291
- RTR 160 4V Rear Drum: INR 90,101
- RTR 160 Rear Disc: INR 88,652
- RTR 160 Rear Drum: INR 85,573
Anti-Lock Braking System Unit
- RR 310: 2-Channel ABS
- RTR 200 4V: 2-Channel ABS
- RTR 160 4V: 1-Channel ABS
- RTR 180 2V: 1-Channel ABS
- RTR 160 2V: 1-Channel ABS