We have created a detailed comparison video of the 2 most amazing motorcycle, Hero XPulse 200T VS TVS Apache RTR 200 4V. Watch the full video below to know which one is the best to pick.
Detailed bikes comparison on Hero XPulse 200T VS TVS Apache RTR 200 4V; compare on-road price, performance and other features on bike comparison. Talking about Hero, it is the most affordable motorcycle in the range and which is more of a road and touring-focused.
While talking about Apache RTR 200 4V, it is more of a sporty looking motorcycle with aggressive styling & Bold looks. However, if the newly launched both the bikes still didn’t catch your fancy, you could have a look at the below-mentioned options that make a compelling case for themselves around the same price tag.
Hero Xpulse 200 T being a tourer motorcycle comes with a 199.6cc, 2 valves, 4 strokes, single cylinder OHC engine that produces 18.4bhp of power and 17.2Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission. On the other hand, apache gets a 198cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder that churns out 20.5 PS @ 8500 rpm and 18.1Nm of torque at 7000rpm MATED WITH 5 SPEED Transmission. The engine of the Xpulse is seen to be slightly higher than the apache model.
Xpulse 200t gets air cooled engine while apache RTR 200 4v gets oil cooled with ram air Assist, also the bike gets optional Fi version which the xpulse doesn’t.
The xpulse t gets led head and tail lamp, but apache gets bulb at the front and led at the rear. Tvs is the first motorcycle in its class with advance art slipper clutch with racing DNA engine. Both the motorcycle features a fully digital instrument console. What best is Xpulse 200t is the Bluetooth connectivity.
Talking about suspension hero gets, 37 mm Telescopic with anti-friction bush, TVS apache gets telescopic fork at the front and Monoshock at the rear being constant for both. Moving on with the tires, xpulse 200t gets 100/80 at the front and 130 by 70 at the rear, on the other hand, apache gets little higher at 90/90 for the front while the rear gets same 130/70.
Talking about the brakes, xpulse 200t gets 276mm front disc & 220mm rear disc with single channel abs, which means abs works only on the front wheels. While TVS gets 270mm front disc & 240 mm rear disc with dual channel ABS.
Weight of the xpulse is 150 kg while the fuel tank capacity is seen around 13ltrs and with a seat height of 799 mm, whereas TVS apache weighs 149kg and gets 12 fuel tank capacities, with slightly less tank capacity & seat height to be 800m.
Xpulse 200 T is priced at Rs. 94,000, whereas, TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is priced about 96,300 – 1.10 lakh.
No doubt, TVS apache RTR 200vs is the most powerful bike to roll out of TVS’ factory. Whereas Hero Xpulse 200t is aimed at building a community to do some adventurous tours!
Let’s say if you aren’t entirely convinced with the thought of buying a daily commuter and wish a bit more oomph. You can consider TVS Apache RTR 200 4V in that case. Simply, it will take the provision of what is necessary for you on control for both your daily commutes and weekend rides without breaking a sweat.
Let Us know in the comment section below which one is eye-catching? And value for money though both the motorcycles are extremely amazing based on the pricing and performance, the information we’ve shared with you is probably sufficient for you to understand which bike is preferable. Well, till then we will have to wait and see how it unfolds!