Hello friends we all know that tvs are famous for their high mileage. And the tvs were the most mileage-giving bike in India till now, so here we are come with the Top 2 best TVS bikes in India under 1.5lakh in 2021. These are those bikes that were in the demand of riders so the TVS has to produce these variants more and more if you want to know which are those 2 bikes then read the article below and stick up with our website for more related articles on bikes and cars.
TVS Apache RTR 160
The price of TVS Apache RTR 160 4V starts at Rs. 1, 07,315 and goes up to Rs. 1, 10,365. TVS Apache RTR 160 4V is offered in 2 variants – Apache RTR 160 4V Drum and the top variant Apache RTR 160 4V Disc which comes at a price tag of Rs. 1, 10,365. Apache RTR 160 4V Drum, Apache RTR 160 4V Disc.
TVS Apache RTR 160 comes up with an anti-locking braking system. This Apache RTR 160 bike weighs 139 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 12 liters.
The TVS Apache RTR 160 is one of the oldest models in TVS’ portfolio. Besides minor decal changes and inclusion of ABS, it hadn’t received any major changes for a long time. The Hosur-based bike maker has recently launched the BS6-compliant model of the bike. And once again, it doesn’t get substantial updates, except for the revised power plant, GTT (glide through technology), and new graphics.
It continues to be powered by a 159.7cc, single-cylinder motor which now gets fuel injection. At 15.3bhp and 13.9Nm, the revised motor produces 0.3bhp and 0.9Nm more than its BS4 version. For added convenience, while riding in traffic, the motorcycle is now equipped with TVS’ new GTT (glide through technology) which allows the bike to tread at low speed after releasing the clutch, without having to give the throttle.
The semi-digital instrument cluster, conventional headlamp, LED position lamp, LED tail lamp and 16-liter fuel tank continue to be on offer. Shock absorption is handled by telescopic forks upfront and gas-charged dual shock absorbers at the rear while anchoring is delivered by disc-drum setup, assisted by a single-channel ABS.
2. TVS Apache RTR 200 4V
TVS has launched the 2021 Apache RTR 200 4V with single-channel ABS and all the bells and whistles of the dual-channel variant. In essence, it gets the same ride modes, adjustable front suspension, and brake and clutch levers. It’s priced at Rs 1, 28,020
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V comes up with an anti-locking braking system. This Apache RTR 200 4V bike weighs 153 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 12 liters.
The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V belongs to the rapidly growing 200cc segment which comprises customers who usually upgrade from the entry-level or premium (150-160cc) commuter genre. While the Apache 200 already had traits that made it a distinctive and desirable package, TVS recently bestowed it with segment-first features which took its apparitional value to a new level.
Following the recent update, the Apache RTR 200 4V now comes with three riding modes, something that was unheard of in this category of bikes. The modes include Rain, Road, and Sport which can be selected via a dedicated button on the switchgear. Notably, each mode changes the amount of ABS intervention, power delivery, and throttle response. The top speed also varies depending on the selected mode.
There are hardware updates too in this latest edition of the bike. While the brake and clutch levers are three-step adjustable, the suspension setup is sourced from Showa and gets preload adjustability. TVS claims the brakes have also been revised for a better performance than before.
All the aforementioned updates were initially introduced only in the dual-channel ABS variant of the motorcycle. But the company has now bestowed even the single ABS trim with all these changes.
The Apache continues to boast of a sporty and aggressive design, which received its last update in 2019. However, the revisions were limited to the headlamp cluster which now looks angrier with a geometric-looking design and boomerang-shaped LED DRLs. The rest of the bodywork features a muscular and sculpted fuel tank, split seat setup, and dual-barrel exhaust.
The new Apache RTR 200 4V continues to be powered by the same 197.75cc, single-cylinder, 4-valve, oil-cooled mill with TVS’s Race Tuned-Fuel Injection ‘RT-Fi’ technology. It churns out 20.2bhp at 8,500rpm and 16.8Nm at 7,500rpm while being mated to a five-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch. The motorcycle also features first-in-class GTT (Glide through Traffic) technology for a smooth low-speed ride.
|Power||Sport : 20.82 PS|
|Torque||Sport : 17.25 Nm|