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TVS Apache RTR 220 And RTR 250 – Most Awaited Bikes Of The Season

Just bringing to mind the years when TVS was just recognized as a two wheeler manufacturer where production was all tedious and just in commuter segment. It was the launch of TVS Apache that made TVS popular and acceptable in the youth interests. TVS Apache 160 and 180 where both a huge success in Indian motorcycle market. And the hot hearsay is that TVS is looking to launch Apache 220 and Apache 250 in this calendar. No doubt it will be Apache 220 to be introduced first. The information regarding the bikes is very low in handiness from the officials. But as much it exists, you can read out all in this article.

A Short Overview On TVS Apache 220

Some may also recognize Apache 220 as Apache ABS as it is expected to come with the ABS feature and first in this segment of motorcycles. Apache 220 will be in full fairing i.e. side body in attachment with engine guard like we have in Hero Honda Karizma ZMR and Yamaha R15.

Tech Specs

Displacement: 220cc

Engine: Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke

Maximum Power: 22 Bhp (Expected)

Maximum Torque: 20 Nm (Expected)

Gears: 5 Speed

Clutch: Multi Plate Wet Type

Engine Block Material: Iron Block

Chassis Type: Double Cradle

Cooling Type: Air Cooling

Top Speed: 145kph

Colors: White, Gray, Yellow & Black (Expected)

The price of Apache RTR 220 shall fall in a scale of Rs 90K – Rs 1lac

A Short Overview On TVS Apache 250

Same as in the case of RTR 220, the RTR 250 will be in full fairing. Rear view mirrors will be on front fairing like we have in Karizma ZMR and Yamaha R15. And the main feature considered about the bike is same ABS characteristic. It will definitely add extra safety for riders. The bike will be featuring  a six speed gearbox. The bike is further expected to be light in weight but power at the extremes. Suspensions at rear will be mono type. And both ends will be featuring disc brakes.

Tech Specs

Displacement: 250cc

Engine: Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke

Maximum Power: 30 Bhp @ 9500 rpm (Expected)

Maximum Torque: 22 Nm @ 8000 rpm (Expected)

Gears: 6 Speed

Clutch: Multi Plate Wet Type

Engine Block Material: Iron Block

Chassis Type: Double Cradle

Cooling Type: Air Cooling

Top Speed: 160kph

Price of TVS Apache RTR 250

The price of Apache RTR 220 shall fall in a scale of Rs 95K – Rs 1.05lac

Official Statement:

The only official statement that was relevant to the topic has been stated by TVS Motor Company President (Marketing) H S Goindi

If the market demands, we will look into the high-powered bike segment of above 200 cc category. This 200cc+ TVS bike could be either a sports bike or a bike with racing DNA(Apache RTR). At this point of time TVS has not made any firm decision on this aspect

13 comments

  1. "six cylinders" for a 250cc??!! believable?

    Expected price of 220cc between Rs 90K – Rs 1M (one MILLION=TEN LAKH!?)

    If at all TVS 250cc hits 30bhp that too at a price of peanuts (compared to 3L), no nore Ninjas on Indian roads!?

    • dear friend, i probed a lot of stuff about RTR new models so as to provide information to my readers.

      6 cylinders is really weird but i wanted to pass on the same information as it came to me.

      and about ninja, price is not concise to power or displacement only, Green bike promises a lot then this.

      regards

      faizan

  2. "The bike will be featuring six cylinders with a six speed gearbox. "

    ha ha ha!!!!

    I really doubt this 250 cc with 6 cylinders means each cylinder of 40cc. It be great if they have a twin cylinder, anymore is not feasible currently in India.

    BTW are they ever planning to launch?? They were supposed to launch in April and now its the 2nd week of May and still no news.

    • hi Anant,

      actually the fact is every possible information over RTR 250 is hearsay and just expected on the basis of the official team comments and staff sayings. There is still no design out from the marketing team. infact, no announcements made at 2010 Auto Expo.

      but if any thing will be out, you can definitely check it out at bikespace.in

      regards

      faizan

  3. I have a new RTR 180 but i also wait 220 & 250

  4. when will my wait end to see the all new apache rtr 180 abs on road….any information please?

    • Hi Arjun!
      TVS at the recent press release announced that they are working to introduce some power bikes in India. which shall fall within segment 200cc – 300cc. The bikes will feature all new trends including ABS. but it will take some time from the company side as they are looking for a free slot over launch. They must be watching for the time when there will be no other bike launch in queue for successful introduction.

  5. hey guyss……..impossible of 6 cylinders…..it may be 2 cylinders..nd dont expect moree..

  6. Is there any update for New version of Appache above 200 cc? I almost finish the deal for buying RTR180 . but now I am postponing and waiting for the higher version! Will it be launched or only in the News? Rumors are there for the last one Year , I am waiting in Vain for the launch!

  7. recently before the launch of hyper edge, TVS officialls stated that they are working over bikes above 200cc. so rumor is likely to be true news soon…..

    we wll be posting the same in our news journal soon…waiting for official updates actually…

  8. hey, u guys blind or something? it doesn't say 6cylinders it says single cylinder….be sure before u talk..

    olmateu

  9. They have clearly mentioned as " six speed gearbox" and gear box is different from the Cylinder…which means they have not mentioned it having a Six cylinder…Please wipe your eyes for clear vision atleast before you drive.

  10. Apache 220 & 250 have 6 speed gearbox not 6 cylinder it have only one cylinder got it bro.

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