TVS has recently launched the BS6 Apache RTR 180 in India. In this featured article, we’ll have a look at what improvements TVS has made in the Apache RTR 180 in the BS6 update. And how different the latest and old versions are from each other.
Once it comes to architecture. The latest BS6 Apache RTR 180 is the same as the original BS4 Apache RTR 180.
So, the TVS Apache RTR 180 is one of the first choices of enthusiasts to purchase a performance-oriented motorcycle in the 180cc category. This is also used by people for whom the TVS Apache RTR 160 is a little underpowered.
According To Features:
Once it comes to architecture, the latest BS6 Apache RTR 180 is the same as the previous BS4 Apache RTR 180. There are no style improvements at all.
The famous beast-like halogen headlight with LED DRLs is on the top. The fuel tank is the same in size and style. It has the same racing graphics and 3D TVS logo as the BS4 Apache RTR 180 fuel tank.
So, the tank scoops do appear to find their location in the new BS6 Apache RTR 180. TVS claims they aerodynamically designed to help reduce the drag. They’re even channeling the fuel to the engine and helping to cool it.
The latest BS6 TVS Apache RTR 180 also the same aerodynamically built engine cowl that fitted to the BS4 variant of the vehicle.
The semi-digital instrument cluster with the analog tachometer continues to find its position in the Apache RTR 180.
The semi-digital instrument cluster with the analog tachometer manages to find its position in the Apache RTR 180. This has a 0-60 km / h time tracker, top speed tracker, lap counter, speedometer, travel meter, clock, petrol gauge, etc.
Many of the other standard features of the BS6 Apache RTR 180 and BS4 Apache RTR 180 include side body panels, exhaust, tail portion, single-seat, clip-on handlebars, rear split grab rail, an LED taillight, rear fender. With adjustable frame sliders, and alloy wheels as well. Also, the suspension system. And so consisting of telescopic forks on the front and gas-filled dual shock absorbers on the rear remains unchanged.