New Delhi, Auto Desk. TVS Motor has increased the prices of its Apache range of motorcycles for May this year. This is the second price hike for the coveted Apache series of sporty commuter bikes this year after the price hike in February this year. However, the price hike is quite minor across all the models and goes up to Rs 2,100.

How much did the prices rise?

Apart from the flagship Apache RR 310, all models under the Pulsar brand have seen a uniform price hike of Rs 2,100 across all variants. The price of the fully-faired sports bike has received a marginal increase of Rs 90. It is available in a full-loaded single trim, which is now priced at Rs 2,59,990 (ex-showroom).

TVS Apache prices starting May 2022 TVS Apache range starts from RTR 160 2V which is currently priced at Rs 1,11,740 for the drum brake variant and Rs 1,14,740 for the disc brake variant. Prices of the more powerful RTR 160 4V start at Rs 1,19,378 and go up to Rs 1,25,575. TVS also launched an improved Apache RTR 165 RP based on its race-spec model a few months back at a price of Rs 1.45 lakh. However, this limited variant model is currently discontinued. The Hosur-based bike maker offers the Apache RTR 180 in a single trim, priced at Rs 1,18,690.

There is no update in terms of features

The Apache RTR 200 4V, on the other hand, is offered in two variants – single channel ABS and dual channel ABS, which are priced at Rs 1,38,190 and Rs 1,43,240 respectively. All prices mentioned above are ex-showroom. There has been no update on any of the Apache motorcycles in terms of specifications or features. The Apache range of motorcycles directly competes with the Pulsar range of bikes from Bajaj

Edited By: Sarveshwar Pathak