Other changes on the bike might include new colours and graphics. The existing Fi variant churns out 21PS and For a more detailed Road Test Review, you can click here. Sharp styling will appeal to youngsters, Best ride quality in its segment, Quick acceleration and impressive performance. With huge improvements in style, performance and handling, the Apache RTR comes across as a refined, well-finished entry-level performance motorcycle that's also priced well, and, though a bit late to the party, is a worthy upgrade for RTR owners. The Moreover, the bike features dual-channel ABS which adds to the safety of the bike.
As part of this update the RTR 4V now gets anti-reverse torque A-RT slipper clutch, new race-inspired graphics and a flyscreen across the range. Over the years, we have been at the forefront of setting benchmarks in bringing racing technology to performance motorcycles. For the updates, TVS has hiked the prices by roughly Rs across all the variants.
In terms of cosmetics, the RTR gets all new race-inspired decals and a prominent fly-screen as seen on the ethanol-fuelled concept during the Auto Expo. The first in a TVS motorcycle, the company says the slipper clutch will decrease clutch force by 22 percent, leading to quicker upshifts. It also reduces the risk of wheel-lock during aggressive downshifts and improves stability while cornering.