TVS launches 2021 Apache RTR 200 4V with ride modes

The motorcycle is also available in Dual-Channel ABS variantwith the same set of features and ride modes.

By Sricharan R calendar 05 Mar 2021 Views icon5940 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

TVS Motor Co has launched its Apache RTR 200 4V (single-channel ABS) with segment-first features including adjustable suspension, adjustable levers and three ride modes.

Priced at Rs 128,020 (ex-showroom Delhi), the sporty motorcycle is also available as a dual-channel ABS variant with the same set of features and ride modes.

The highlight of the new Apache RTR 200 4V is the three ride modes: Urban, Rain and Sport.

- Urban mode helps tune the engine power delivery to deliver optimum power and control in urban riding conditions, with the ABS optimised for a quick response.

- Rain mode primes the ABS to deliver the maximum response with a strong lever pulsating feel. It triggers the ABS to come in early for an ideal response in wet road conditions, keeping the rider in control of the vehicle.

- Sport mode allows for maximum power and sharp acceleration to take on the track or the highway. TVS says the ABS is mapped for the least intervention and highest permissible slip percentage for faster lap times.

 

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