Let’s start with a little background about the TVS Apache. The year 2006 saw the motorcycling fraternity get divided into two factions - ones who decided to stay loyal to the Bajaj Pulsar and the others who fell in love with the new naked from Hosur. It might not have tasted the kind of success that the Pulsar has, but the Apache has always had an ardent following. It has always been on par, if not ahead of the competition when it comes to technology and the Apache RTR 200 4V is no different. Take a look at any older generation Apaches and you will see the bike give a testament of the way things were done at the time. In this report, we will see how this newest entrant in the 200cc segment fares in terms of technology and creature comforts.
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