Pros- A balanced suspension setup, sporty appeal, and long seat.
Cons- Hard seat cushioning, notchy gearbox.
TVS has been taking its racing heritage quite seriously in the past couple of years. One such result of this perspective is the Apache RTR 160 4V. While the manufacturer still produces the two-valve version, the Apache RTR 160 4V looks up to its bigger sibling for inspiration. You would even mistake it for the Apache RTR 200 4V.
And like the latter, the RTR 160 4V makes its sporty motives clear. The aggressive glare of the eyebrow-like LED DRLs compliments its razor edge styling from front to end. While this design isn't new, it will help customers relate the Apache RTR 160 4V to its higher powered sibling. TVS offers the bike in three variants- carburetor with drum brake, carburetor with a rear disc and FI, which also gets a rear disc. The drum brake version rides on a 110/80 rear tyre while the other two variants sport a wider 130/70 rear tyre.