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TVS has launched the Apache 160 ABS from Rs 84,479 ex-showroom Chennai

TVS Apache 160 ABS launched with a single-channel ABS. The company has decided to take forward the older 160 cc Apache. Though it was not surprising as the older generation Apache is still selling in good numbers which justify the addition of ABS. The Apache 160 4V also received a single-channel ABS in a bid to keep the prices lower when compared to a dual-channel unit. There is an increase of Rs 6,250 over the non-ABS variant.

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TVS Apache 160 ABS

TVS Motor Company is selling two different 160 cc Apache bikes. The older, Apache 160 ABS is powered by 159.7 cc, single cylinder engine with the 2-valve head. The engine is air-cooled which develops 15.1 bhp @8500 rpm and 13 Nm torque @6500 rpm. The motor is coupled with a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox.

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TVS Apache 160 ABSNewer Apache 160 4V, on the other hand, is powered by a 4-valve 159.7 cc engine. Single-cylinder engine is Air as well as Oil-cooled for better heat dissipation. The powerplant develops 16.8 bhp in FI variant and 16.3 bhp in carburetor variant. The torque output is the same at 14.8 Nm for both the variants. The motor is mated to a 5-speed gearbox which helps the bike to hit 60 kmph in 4.8 seconds and achieve 100 kmph mark in 15 seconds. The top speed is rated at 115 kmph.

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Speaking About the price of Apache 160 ABS, one has to shell out Rs 84,479 for single disc variant and Rs 88,114 for the dual disc variant. The prices are ex-showroom, Chennai. One has to take note of the fact that in New Delhi, the prices will be a bit higher, all thanks to the freight charges. The old price od Apache 160 without ABS were Rs 79,479 and Rs 81,614 for single and dual disc variants respectively.

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