TVS Apache models, Raider 125 prices hiked

    TVS’ flagship motorcycle, the RR310, sees the largest hike at Rs 5,000 this month.

    Published On Jun 14, 2022 03:13:00 PM


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    For the month of June 2022, TVS has increased prices of certain Apache models as well as the Raider 125 commuter motorcycle from its range. The model with the largest price hike this month is the Apache RR310 supersport motorcycle. 

    Although there are no mechanical or cosmetic changes, prices for TVS’ KTM RC 390 rival have gone up by Rs 5,000 this month. As such, the Apache RR310 is now priced at Rs 2.65 lakh. As for the rest of the Apache range, the RTR 160 4V gets a price hike of Rs 1,350 across all its versions. The Apache RTR 160 4V is currently available in Drum, Disc, Bluetooth and Special Edition versions, with the range now starting at Rs 1,20,728 and going up till Rs 1,26,925. 

    Meanwhile, the bigger RTR sibling, the 200 4V, sees a price increase of Rs 1,500 across the range. TVS’ Apache RTR 200 4V is offered in two versions – one with single-channel ABS and the other with dual-channel ABS. The Apache RTR 200 4V range now starts at Rs 1,39,690 and goes up till Rs 1,44,740. Much like the RR310, the two Apache RTR motorcycles remain unchanged. 

    The company has also increased prices of the Raider 125 by Rs 1,900, albeit just for the Disc variant. The Raider 125 Drum variant sees no change in price (Rs 84,573). The Raider 125, which was Autocar India’s Bike of the Year for 2022, with the Disc brake now costs Rs 90,989. Despite the price hike, the motorcycle remains identical as before. 

    All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi

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