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TVS Apache

General Information:

Over the last two decades, TVS motor company started rapidly loosing its market share owing to tough competition from Hero and Honda in the commuter motorcycle segment. Moreover, thanks to the success of Bajaj Pulsar, Indian motorcyclists were now eager to get there hands on relatively powerful machines. This urge was sensed by the folks at TVS, who introduced their performance oriented series of bikes, named the Apache, back in the year 2007. Presently, the Apache series has three products under its umbrella – Apache RTR 160, Apache RTR 180, and Apache RTR 180 ABS.


  • Designers at TVS have been able to fabricate the Apache motorcycles in a manner that is both sporty and practical
  • While all three products under the Apache series are majorly the same in terms of design, there are subtle differentiating elements in ordet to provide induviduality
  • The company recently refreshed the Apache series in order to sustain tough competition in the segment
  • While the earlier generation was relatively conservative in design, the all-new Apache gets an aggressive treatment thanks to sharp cuts and creases and LED lights that are equipped with DRL pilot lamps
  • TVS has further adorned the Apache with plenty of decals that also help in identifying each product from the race-oriented series

Power & Performance:

Competing with the likes of the Bajaj Pulsar demand the Apache to have an equally rev happy and robust motor, and it surely does. Be it city roads, a race track, or a highway, the Apache feels at home and obeys every flick of the right wrist.


Apache RTR 160

Apache RTR 180

Apache RTR 180 ABS


160 cc

177 cc

177 cc


15 bhp

17 bhp

17 bhp


13 Nm

16 Nm

16 Nm






5.2 seconds

4.6 seconds

4.6 seconds

Fuel Economy (kmpl)

45 kmpl

40 kmpl

40 kmpl

Braking & Handling:

Owing to the RTR badge that stands for ‘Racing Throttle Response’, the Apache’s suspension has been setup keeping in mind the racing requirements

  • As a result, though the front forks have a high travel range and soak up bumps easily, the real gets a bit too bouncy, specially in rough terrains
  • Clip-on handlebars and backward set foot pegs provide a sporty riding stance, which doesn’t cause discomfort even during longer hauls
  • The famous 270 mm petal discs at the front and 200 mm at the rear provide extensive bite and feedback, which is further aided by the presence of ABS in the top-spec model

What to Opt For:

  • A relatively hefty price tag demands coveing the bike under an Anti-Theft cover in order to avoid any probable losses
  • A comprehensive cover can further enhance your relationship with the bike
  • With a 180cc engine powering the top-spec Apache, it is highly recommended to opt for a zero depreciation insurance that will take car of all expensive reapirs and maintanence