2020 TVS Apache RTR 200 4V launched at Rs 1.31 lakh

    The Apache RTR 200 4V now gets three riding modes, a preload-adjustable fork and adjustable clutch and brake levers.

    Published On Nov 04, 2020 12:32:00 PM


    The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V has now been updated with three riding modes, a preload-adjustable fork and adjustable clutch and brake levers. Priced at Rs 1.31 lakh, the model is only available with dual-channel ABS.

    • TVS adds three segment-first features to the Apache RTR 200 4V

    • Gets a new matte blue colour scheme

    • Costs around Rs 6,000 more than the standard single-channel ABS variant.

    At this price, the updated RTR 200 4V costs around Rs 1,000 more than the standard dual-channel ABS variant. The single-channel ABS variant, meanwhile, misses out on these updates and continues to cost Rs 1.25 lakh.

    2020 TVS Apache RTR 200 4V riding modes

    The biggest new feature on the RTR 200 4V are the three riding modes – Sport, Urban and Rain. As their names suggest, these modes alter power and the ABS functionality to suit the riding conditions. This is the second model in the company’s line-up to feature riding modes, after the 2020 Apache RR 310

    According to the specifications, the RTR 200 4V now makes 20.8hp and 17.2Nm in Sport mode and 17.3hp and 16.5Nm in Urban and Rain mode. Aside from the different states of tune, the engine and gearbox remain unchanged. TVS has also added a gear shift assist function, that suggests the optimum gear via arrows on the instrument cluster.

    2020 TVS Apache RTR 200 4V other features

    Another segment-first feature is the preload-adjustable fork. While it continues to be a conventional fork and not a USD one, it does feature preload-adjustability. TVS has also added adjustable clutch and brake levers to its RTR 200 4V. Lastly, the bike gets a new matte blue colour scheme with red decals, which is inspired from the company’s racing colours.

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