Apache RTR 250 is believed of being launched by TVS motors in upcoming times. The TVS motor company is all set to release Apache RTR 2015 in the Indian Market. The Apache RTR 180 was better than Yamaha R15 or Pulsar 200NS in terms of handling, according to me. For those who own Apache RTR 180 I wouldn’t even need to give explanations to this. Though the other two were far better in terms of engine power, TVS wins in handling niche.
I would like to share the results of a drag speed test conducted by us between Apache RTR 180, Yamaha R15 and Pulsar 200,
Pulsar was ahead of the other two throughout the race, while R15 and RTR 180 were just about at same level under the 100 km/h limit. Given the price of Apache RTR 180 I’ll definitely recommend one to take it as good go.
The TVS motor company anounced in the 2014 Auto expo that company is set to launch four new releases in 2014-2015, one of which is Apache. Later in the not so distant future, around September, TVS Motor will dispatch its third bike model for this budgetary year by restoring the worker motorcycle brand TVS Victor. The 2014 TVS Victor is required to get cycle part from its kin TVS Phoenix, including the 125cc single cylinder air-cooled engine which is fit for 11ps of power and 10.8nm of torque. The TVS Apache 2015 will be broadly based on the futuristic TVS Draken X21 concept, which was also showcased during the 2014 Auto Expo.
It is confirmed that the TVS Apache 2015 will be based on the Draken X21. We feel that the new TVS Apache will really be a toned down variant of the TVS Draken X21 idea, which one can take a look at in the picture. TVS Draken X21 features a full LED headlamp, computerized reassure and flawlessly etched bar-end mirrors. The Draken concept additionally has two inverted fork front suspensions, off-set monoshock, an aluminum chassis. TVS adds that this is an off stream framework.
The new Apache will be a fascinating bike for those who love power. The concept bike accompanied a 250cc, fluid cooled engine which guaranteed to produce a staggering 39ps crest force at 12,000rpm and 23nm max torque at 9,500rpm. In the TVS Apache 2015, the 250cc engine could be detuned marginally to enhance fuel productivity for day by day utilization. The wonders that Apache RTR 180 did at just 17ps were amazing, and now at 39ps, Haha one can’t wait for it.