Top 5 TVS Bikes On Sale In India
Published On Jan 8, 2021 10:48:10 AM
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Until a couple of years ago, TVS was the only Indian brand to be actively involved in global motorsports. The company has a rich motorsport pedigree of over 38 years, participating in Dakar and in the Asia Road Racing Championships in recent times. Its racing heritage reflects in its products as well. Here are the 5 best bikes from TVS:
TVS’s flagship motorcycle marked the company’s foray into the supersport segment. Aside from the RR310, the Apaches have primarily been a series of naked motorcycles. The bike was a result of its technological partnership with BMW Motorrad. Harsh engine vibrations plagued the first generation of bikes but with the latest updates like ride-by-wire and new engine internals, the issues have been resolved. It is not the most powerful in its class. However, as a one motorcycle that can do-it-all (commuting, sport riding and mile munching), it certainly is one of the best.
PowerSport : 20.82 PS
The first of the modern Apaches came with the launch of the Apache RTR 200 4V. Dynamically sound, the RTR 200 4V handles like a dream. It tips into corners quickly and is quite stable around the bends. Just like the RR310, the RTR 200’s four-valve engine is not the most powerful in the 200cc segment. Yet it is plenty exciting, providing a vibe-free experience.
The Apache RTR 160 4V has been a revelation, as it’s been able to deliver best in class performance while also being a great commuter motorcycle. It looks identical to its elder sibling, the RTR 200 4V, which isn’t a bad thing. In its latest BS6 updates, it got LED headlight and Glide Through Technology, which really comes in handy in tight traffic situations.
Who said commuter motorcycles are boring? TVS certainly didn’t get the brief as the Radeon is perhaps one of the most fun to ride 110cc motorcycles in the market. It is 90s nostalgia married with a modern fuel injected heart.
TVS’s trusty workhorse has been around for long. After all it is the company’s most affordable motorcycle on sale. Aside from a regular 100cc fuel-injected motor and conventional foundations, the TVS Sport works well for those who want their motorcycles to be simple.