Called the Gripp XL and Zoom X3, the former has been designed especially for Royal Enfield motorcycles while the latter is for 150cc+ motorcycles like the Pulsar 220/180/160, Avenger and Apache models.Read full story
The Apache RTR 160 4V recently received a BS6 update along with the Apache RTR 200 4V and the Jupiter Classic. And apart from a BS6-compliant engine, the smaller Apache gets a host of other updates. Here is a list of what’s new in the motorcycle.Read full story
The 2020 edition of the Apache motorcycles have been priced at Rs 99,950 for the drum and Rs 1.03 lakhs for the disc version of the RTR 160 4V. Meanwhile, the more powerful RTR 200 4V carries a sticker price of Rs 1.24 lakhs. All prices are ex-showroom, New Delhi.Read full story
Yamaha is one of the early players to hop on the BS-VI bandwagon as it recently launched the BS-VI-compliant versions of the FZ V3 and the FZ S V3. Now, these motorcycles could soon witness one of their closest rivals, the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, to be introduced as a BS-VI model. Read full story
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Following the festive discounts introduced by Bajaj auto and Yamaha Motor India, Hosur-based TVS Motor Company has also joined the list by introducing cash saving, lower down payment and zero processing schemes on its two-wheelers products comprising of the Radeon and Apache models.
Looking at the overall package, the Gixxer faces competition from the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V (FI) and the Yamaha FZ S V3 in India. We check out how these three motorcycles stack up against each other, on paper.