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TVS Apache RTR 160 DD

৳169,900

Brand: TVS
Category: Sports Bikes
4.5/5 (2 Ratings)
  • Engine Displacement: 159.7cc Engine
  • Engine Type: Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, SI Engine
  • Mileage Per Liter: 60 kmpl Mileage
  • Top Speed Ability: 110 kmph Max Speed
  • Maximum Power: 15 bhp @ 8500 rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 13.03 Nm @ 6500 rpm
  • Brakes Style: Front: Disc & Rear: Disc
  • Apache RTR 160 (SD): ৳159,900
  • Apache RTR 160 (DD): ৳169,900
  • Apache RTR 160 Race: ৳170,900

TVS Apache RTR 160 DD Price in Bangladesh 2021 & Summary

TVS Apache RTR 160 DD price in Bangladesh is ৳169,900. This bike has 159.7cc Engine along with 15 bhp @ 8500 rpm Maximum Power and 13.03 Nm @ 6500 rpm Maximum Torque. It's main features 60 kmpl Mileage and 110 kmph Top Speed. This TVS Apache RTR 160 DD bike braking style is Front Disc & Rear Disc Brakes.

TVS Apache RTR 160 DD Price in Bangladesh 2021 & Specifications

General

Name TVS Apache RTR 160 DD
Model Apache RTR 160 DD
Color Grey, White,Matte Red,Matte Blue,Black
Price ৳169,900
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Engine and Transmission

Engine Type Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, SI Engine
Displacement 159.7cc
Maximum Power 15.11 PS @ 8000 rpm
Maximum Torque 13.03 Nm @ 6500 rpm
No. of Cylinders 1
Cooling System Air Cooled
Valve Per Cylinder 2
Drive Type Chain Drive
Starting Kick and Self Start
Fuel Supply Carburetor
Clutch Wet, Multi Plate
Ignition IDI-Dual Mode Digital Ignition
Transmission Manual
Gear Box 5 Speed
Bore 62 mm
Stroke 52.9 mm
Compression Ratio 9.5:1

Features and Safety

ABS No
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Analogue
Odometer Digital
Tripmeter Digital
Console Analogue and Digital
Pass Switch Yes
Clock Yes
Engine Immobilizer No
Anti Theft Alarm No
Additional Features No
Passenger Footrest Yes

Mileage and Performance

ARAI Mileage 60 kmpl
Highway Mileage 30 kmpl
Max Speed 110 kmph
0-60 Kmph 5.27s

Chassis and Suspension

Chassis Double Cradle Synchro STIFF
Body Type Sports Naked Bikes, Commuter Bikes
Front Suspension Telescopic Forks with Hydraulic Dampers
Rear Suspension Monotube Inverted Gas-filled shox (MIG) with spring aid
Body Graphics Yes

Dimensions and Capacity

Length 2085 mm
Width 730 mm
Height 1105 mm
Fuel Capacity 12.5 L
Ground Clearance 165 mm
Wheelbase 1300 mm
Kerb Weight 139 kg

Electricals

Headlight Halogen
Tail Light LED
Turn Signal Lamp Bulb
LED Tail Lights Yes
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Battery Capacity 12 V, 9 Ah
Low Fuel Indicator Yes

Tyres and Brakes

Tyre Size Front :-90/90-17, Rear :-110/80-17
Tyre Type Tubeless
Wheel Size Front :-17 inch, Rear :-17 inch
Wheels Type Alloy
Front Brake Disc
Rear Brake Disc
Front Brake Diameter 270 mm
Rear Brake Diameter 200 mm
Front Tyre Pressure (Rider) 25 psi
Front Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion) 32 psi

Key Features

Combi Brake System (CBS) No
Anti-lock braking system (ABS) No
Powerful 160cc Engine Yes
Wider Rear Tyre Yes
Mono Suspension Yes
X-Shaped Led Tail Light Yes
Compact Muffler Yes
5-Spoke Split Alloy Wheels Yes
Aggro Head Lamp Yes
Muscular Tank Yes
Full Digital Meter Yes
Electric System Yes
Battery 12 V, 9 Ah
Brake/Tail Light Yes

Standard Features

Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Gear Indicator No
Fuel Warning Indicator Yes
Fuel Gauge Yes
Low Oil Indicator No
Low Battery Indicator Yes
Pillion Seat Yes
Pillion Grabrail Yes
Engine Kill Switch Yes
Clock Yes
Tripmeter Type Digital
Tripmeter Count Yes
Pass Light Yes

TVS Apache RTR 160 DD Pros and Cons

Things We Like

  • It is the fastest bike in its price segment. Though I have not taken my Apache Fi on a long ride, I still have crossed 120kmph many times on my way to my office, and I have topped 125kmph. I have also reached 111kmph in the 4th gear. I believe that my Apache Fi can cross 130kmph if i find a longer road. Apache-Fi can match any bike in 0 to 60kmph timing.
  • I have personally reached 0 to 60 in 3.9 seconds, and I have heard about some people with even 3.8seconds timing. So you can even keepup with R15 and pulsar 220 up to 85kmph. but after that, the R15 and Pulsar 220 may take over Apache Fi, since those two bikes have higher top speeds (10 to 20kmph). No other bike in India will give the the ADRENALINE RUSH like Apache Fi can!
  • I have had many duels in this 1 year. I have dueled with pulsar-150, 180, 200, FZ16, CBZ extreme and Karizma. Overtaking Pulsar 150, CBZ Exteme, FZ16 and pulsar 180 are a piece of cake, as long as you sit on an Apache Fi. Once I saw an FZ16 and I went close to him and raised my throttle holding my clutch with the intention of calling him for a duel. First the Yamaha gur raised the throttle and went forward, and after few seconds I started raising my throttle and my bike started catching him effortlessly. Seeing this, the Yamaha rider gave up his battle and started commuting.
  • Overtaking a Karizma was also not so hare up to the 4th gear. Once, on a duel with a old Karizma (non R version), I tested my relative pickup in 1,2,3,4 and 5th gear. The Karizma struggled to even stay close to my Apache Fi up to the 4 th gear. But in the 5th gear, It matched my bikes performance. May be, he could have overtaken me if the road was longer since the Karizma had higher top speed, but the road was not that long, so I showed hell to that Karizma rider.
  • And during my race with Pulsar 200, It was very close. Above 50kmph speed, the Pulsar 200 can match my Apache Fi’s performance neck to neck. Though I over took the Pulsar 200 many a times during the battle, I think it was only due to my superior riding skills. But above 100 kmph, the pulsar was able to catch me slowly (inch by inch) even with a pillion on the pulsar’s back. So I believe that Pulsar 200 has better pickup than Apache Fi above 100 kmph. And that’s due to the difference in the torque. while the Pulsar 200 has around 17+nm of torque, my Apache Fi only has 13.1nm of torque.
  • About the vibration factor: Of course Apache Fi does vibrate between 65 to 75km speed. The vibration was heavy when the bike was new, but the vibration went down with time. But still the vibration is present, I no longer feel it. May be I just got used to it and so I don’t feel it any more. Just like others said, The vibration do make you feel that you are on a very powerful bike. I am getting a mileage of around 45kmpl. I travel around 33km every day in a mixture of by-pass road and city road.
  • The front petal disk breaks are the sharpest. The suspensions are good (a bit harder than Pulsar’s). The sitting position is sporty. It will give you awkward feeling at first, but after few days of ride, you will hate other sitting positions. The Apache’s rear break lever is the most stylish break lever in India.

Things We Don't Like

  • Though Apache Fi has good pickup, it lacks in power, so you will feel a heavy drop in pickup if you have a heavy pillion at the back seat, and that’s due to the Short-Stroke engine, which is good for producing high BHP (15.7 bhp), but poor torque (13.1 nm). Even in windy days, I have felt heavy drop in the pickup. Once on a windy day, My Apache Fi struggled to go beyond 103kmph. Apache Fi is a pure racing breed, so it will perform very well when provided an ideal track condition, but on the roads, its performance is not that great always.
  • Though the front disk breaks are the best, the rear disk break in Apache Fi is the WORST. The rear disk is worse than the conventional drum breaks. Technically, we don’t need a disk break for the rear tyre on bikes which cannot cross 160kmph. However, the rear disk adds to the style of the bike (2000 Rs extra for rear disk breaks (which is nothing but waste of money). I wonder why TVS engineers, after making an awesome bike like Apache Fi, decided to put the USELESS TVS tires to the bike.
  • TVS Tyres Suck! With all that great petal front breaks, and useless tyres, which cannot grip the road even in dry condition, you only tend to lose confidence at high speeds. You feel like skating on the ice when you are on wet roads or roads with mud in its top. It would have been great, if TVS had put MRF zappers (tubeless) for the Apache Fi.
  • Since TVS is new the the Electronic Fuel Injection Technology, the Apache Fi also have some minor problems. My bike tend to lose power around 2500 to 4000 rpm when the engine gets heated. It feels like there is no proper petrol flow to the engine. Though I spoke about it the service mechanics during all my services, They couldn’t rectify the fault. They only try to convince me that there is no such fault at all with the bike.
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