TVS has equipped the Apache RTR 200 4V with some segment-first features, which make the 200cc motorcycle more adaptable than ever.
The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V has received yet another set of upgrades – a handful of segment-first features, which have made it more adaptable than ever. Apart from the new features, a new Matte Blue colour option has been added alongside Gloss Black and Pearl White, which have been inspired by TVS Racing's one-make championship race bike. Post the updates, the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V (with dual-channel ABS) is priced at ₹1.31 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Speaking of updates, the 2020 iteration of the Apache RTR 200 4V comes with new ride modes – Sport, Urban, and Rain. As the name suggests, the Sport mode offers maximum engine performance, and the system even alters the ABS setting for minimal intervention. The ABS works at its best in Rain mode, allowing the rider to have maximum control while braking on wet surfaces. The Urban mode offers an overall balanced combination by striking a balance between engine and braking performance.
Other new features come in the form of a Showa suspension setup, which offers front preload adjustment. As a result, a rider can self-adjust the front suspension to alter the bike's ride. Even the brake and clutch levers now offer three-step adjustment, which further enhances the Apache RTR 200's ability of rider-specific customisation. To help the performance, the bike has also undergone a 1kg weight reduction.