TVS is offering Apache RTR Racing Edition only in pearl white finish with racing graphics and the company has given a new 3D TVS logo along with TVS racing branded stickers on the black alloy wheels
TVS officially introduced Apache RTR Racing Edition in India at Rs. 83,233 (Ex-Showroom, Delhi). The Racing Edition is based on a unique carbon fibre theme which denotes light-weight attributes. TVS is offering Apache RTR Racing Edition only in pearl white finish with racing graphics and the company has given a new 3D TVS logo along with TVS racing branded stickers on the black alloy wheels.
The Racing Edition is available only with double disc variant only. The Apache RTR 180 is powered by 177.4 cc single cylinder, 4 stroke air-cooled engine producing 16.62 hp of power at 8,500 rpm and 15.5 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm. This engine is mated to 5 speed gearbox and 0-60 kph in 4.9 sec. The top speed of Apache RTR 180 is 124 kph and returns 40-45 kmpl.
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TVS Apache RTR comes with analog and digital instrument cluster and it is loaded with lots of information like top speed recorder, lap timer, 0-60 recorder, time, dual odometer and time. The company has also given service reminder and low battery warning on the console. TVS Apache RTR 180 get clip on handle bars and single piece seat.
The Apache RTR 180 is available in five colours – Black, White, Grey Matte, Matte Black and Matte Blue. The braking duties are done by 270 mm petal disc at front and 200 mm disc at rear with dual channel ABS as an option and Apache RTR 180 is the only bike its segment which offer ABS braking system. The Apache RTR 180 gets 90/90 section front and 110/80 section rear tyre.
TVS has given double cradle synchro STIFF chassis for Apache RTR 180. The front get telescopic forks with hydraulic damper with 105 mm stroke and mono tube inverted gas-filled shox (MIG) with spring aid at rear. The kerb weight of Apache RTR 180 is 137 kg. We are expecting TVS to introduce an update for 180 soon to make it look similar to the rest of Apache range.