The new TVS Apache RTR 200 4V cruiser with double channel ABS will be accessible beginning in three tones – Gloss Black, Pearl White and the recently dispatched Matte Blue.
New Delhi: TVS Motor Company has presented its new TVS Apache RTR 200 4V (double channel ABS) bike with section first highlights on Wednesday.
The new TVS Apache RTR 200 4V bike with double channel ABS will be accessible beginning in three tones – Gloss Black, Pearl White and the recently dispatched Matte Blue and is evaluated at Rs 1,31,050 (ex-showroom Delhi).
The new TVS Apache RTR 200 4V cruiser is designed with three ride modes, in particular Sport, Urban and Rain. This smart framework will empower riders to move between ride modes on the fly, utilizing the ride mode switch on the handlebar.
The Urban Mode represents the motor force conveyance tuned to convey ideal force and control to tame the metropolitan wilderness, with the ABS streamlined for a speedy reaction.
The Rain Mode prepares to convey the greatest reaction with a solid switch throb feel. It triggers the ABS to come in ahead of schedule, for ideal reaction in wet street condition, keeping the rider in charge of the vehicle.
The Sport Mode takes into account most extreme force and sharp quickening to take on the track or the roadway. The ABS is planned for the least mediation and most noteworthy reasonable slip rate for quicker lap times.
The cruiser will presently be furnished with first-in-section movable suspension. The all new superior Showa front suspension accompanies a preloaded change that permits the rider to pick between an extravagant ride or track ride, while the new Showa back suspension is tuned for an improved track execution. It accompanies customizable brakes and grasp switches with 3 stage change, which are ergonomically planned premise the phalange of the center finger, and cover 5 to 95 percentile of riders. Also, the cruiser has gotten lighter with one kg weight decrease, and refinements in the slowing mechanism have been made to convey a more honed and improved brake execution, an organization articulation said.