BS6 TVS Apache RTR 200 4V review, road test

    The RTR 200 4V gets a notable update. We test its competency.

    Published on Jul 23, 2020 03:10:00 PM


    One of the biggest new features is the Glide Through Technology (GTT). This uses the fuel-injection system to inject a small amount of fuel to allow the bike to crawl forward in 1st and 2nd gear with no throttle inputs once you let out the clutch. This helps in bumper-to-bumper traffic and makes daily commuting a little less fatiguing.

    Screen can now also show lean angle using your phone’s sensors.

    As before, the RTR 200 gets TVS’ Smart Xonnect technology that made its debut on the Ntorq. This pairs with your smartphone via Bluetooth to display incoming calls, number of unread messages and even the battery level of your paired phone, all on the bike’s LCD screen. What’s new is that the RTR 200’s system uses the phone's gyro sensors to display your lean angle.

    Smartphone connectivity enables navigation readouts on the display.

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