`The TVS Apache RTR 160 is a 159.7cc removal single-chamber, air-cooled motor conveying 15.3PS at 8,500rpm and crest torque of 13.1Nm was TVS’s answer to the Bajaj Pulsar and the Hero CBZ and still remains a well known bicycle in the 150cc cruiser portion. The bicycle has been evaluated at Rs 76,189 (ex-showroom-Delhi) and it was as of late made BS-IV emanation standard consistent. The styling of the bicycle is like that of the Apache RTR 180 and it was last given a plan refresh in 2012. The sharp and energetic styling is something that enables the Apache to stand separated from its opponents. Sharp outline components, incorporating LED DRLs with pilot lights loan the Apache RTR 180 forceful looks. The bike additionally gets part of fake carbon fiber complete boards that are a perfect option. The bicycle wears a semi-computerized instrument bunch with an extensive simple tachometer. The reasonable focal point LED tail light looks one of a kind and the dark complete on the compound haggles give the bicycle a decent difference.
Controlling the TVS Apache RTR 160 is a 159.7cc removal single-chamber, air-cooled motor conveying 15.3PS at 8,500rpm and crest torque of 13.1Nm lands at 4,000rpm. The motor is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The 150cc cruiser utilizes a precious stone sort outline. Suspension obligations are taken care of by adaptive front forks and twin safeguards at the back. Braking is given by petal plate brakes on both the finishes while ABS isn’t a discretionary additional as observed on the TVS Apache RTR 180. It highlights tubeless tires and the bicycle weighs 137kg. The TVS Apache RTR 160 goes up against the Bajaj Pulsar 150, Honda Unicorn 160, Yamaha SZ-RR Version 2.0 and Hero Xtreme.