The Apache RTR 200 4V continues to go up against its age old rivals such as the Karizma and Pulsar 220. Since the Karizma is gone, Apache is yet again here to fight the range of Pulsars such as Pulsar 220, Pulsar NS200 and AS 200.
The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V has been launched in India with the starting price of Rs. 89,000. The Specification says it all as it does not have the hardware or the horsepower to go against its key rivals.
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TVS Apache RTR 200 4V isn’t as dominating to look at as the Pulsar. That said, it speaks understated, civilised and refined with the flow of its lines. The Apache remains true to the street-fighter styling borrowed from the Draken X-21 concept and it is a highly likeable motorcycle. The bulbous fuel tank is an attention grabber with the massive extensions and so are the split seats bringing lots of attention to it. The headlight cluster has a minimal effect to it and keeps things simple up front, which you grow to like.