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    Default Re: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

    @ BhanuPrakash this might be a bit too early but can you describe your experience as comparing it with your earlier bike (dazzler) it terms of handling. comfort rider & pillion braking . smoothness etc. I also have a dazzler and was thinking of buying rtr 200 bike
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    @Bhanu one of my friend bought Apache 200 in May. He is claiming that he is getting just 20kmpl. I was shocked to hear that. I know it is too early to ask you regarding mileage but need your inputs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vishal Rohra View Post
    @ BhanuPrakash this might be a bit too early but can you describe your experience as comparing it with your earlier bike (dazzler) it terms of handling. comfort rider & pillion braking . smoothness etc. I also have a dazzler and was thinking of buying rtr 200 bike
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    Happy to help.
    First thing you'll notice is the seat height.
    It's taller than Dazzler, but very comfortable.

    The ergonomics of the bike is very good. You'll feel at home the moment you sit on the saddle. You get a feeling like as though you are riding this bike from long time.

    Handling wise it's very nimble.
    The bike is a bit heavy compared to Dazzler and you'll notice this only when pushing around your bike.

    Rider and pillion seat comfort are more than enough. I'd say good.

    Smoothness, refinement, gear shifts are all fantastic.

    This bike is a proper upgrade for Dazzler owners.

    The bike feels like a premium one, thanks to its build quality, looks and digital console.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avinash H View Post
    @Bhanu one of my friend bought Apache 200 in May. He is claiming that he is getting just 20kmpl. I was shocked to hear that. I know it is too early to ask you regarding mileage but need your inputs.
    I haven't checked the fuel efficiency yet.
    I'll check it and post it later.

    But this bike's tank capacity is 13 liters and I had filled the tank up to its brim.
    I've ridden 67kms so far and the fuel level is full in the console.
    There are 8 bars for fuel.
    What this means is I'm sure that my bike is returning more than 20kmpl.

    The Monk from xbhp and two more guys had taken brand new RTR 200 to Shillong.
    Monk told he got 30-35 kmpl FE when he was cruising at 100 or ripping the bike.

    Hope this helps.

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    Default Re: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

    Congratulations for getting hold of the new beast under your legs. Thanks for starting much awaited Ownership thread. Somebody mentioned the Clutch not soft enough, what is your experience?

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    Default Re: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

    Please post some pics!! Also is the abs switch present on the left??

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    Quote Originally Posted by MukundRao View Post
    Congratulations for getting hold of the new beast under your legs. Thanks for starting much awaited Ownership thread. Somebody mentioned the Clutch not soft enough, what is your experience?
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    Clutch is soft enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tushar Biswas View Post
    Please post some pics!! Also is the abs switch present on the left??
    ABS switch not present.
    I'm going to NICE road tomorrow, will take some good pics and post it soon.

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    Thanks for the quick reply Bhanu ,good to hear positive review of the bike, awaiting your ride pics

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    Default Re: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

    Is your bike equipped with abs?

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    Default Re: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhargav Joshi View Post
    Is your bike equipped with abs?
    Current version in Market does not have ABS, but theres a speculation that it can be retrofitted later.

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    Default Re: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

    Good news to the guys waiting for RTR200 ABS.. TVS has started testing of the ABS model on road.
    My friend spotted a red colour RTR200 4V ABS on hosur road. The bike was bearing a temporary KA registration number (red board). He could not take a pic but he clearly spotted the bike sporting a "ABS" sticker and the ABS wheel speed rings and sensor on the front and rear wheel.
    He did not notice if it was a carb. or FI version.
    Cheers!
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