Motorcycle News

TVS Apache RTR 180 specifications and press release

Here is the full press release and technical specifications of the newly launched TVS Apache RTR 180:

TVS Apache RTR 180’s sporty, chiseled looks and unmatched performance-packed superior engine technology, take it to a different league making the bike a Class leader in terms of acceleration, performance, styling, ride handling and stability.

Developed to aggressively take on urban environments and encourage the occasional detour, the TVS Apache RTR 180 is an innovative blend of revolutionary technology and sporty design. Instant acceleration integrates with the aerodynamic design to combine into a brilliant power-to-weight ratio that increases the motorcycle’s performance and handling abilities. Weighing 137 kgs, the bike is designed for optimal performance off the line, in sharp turns and while navigating urban obstacles.


The Apache RTR 180’s oversquare engine is programmed to whip up an astonishing 17.3 PS making it one of the most powerful bike in its class on Indian roads. The bike has a top speed of 125kph with a 0 to 60kph timing of just 4.15 seconds, making it one of the fastest motorcycle in its class. The TVS Apache 180 RTR is embellished with a distinguishing graphics scheme, the RTR emblem inscribed prominently on the tank scoops. Stylish alloys, unique grab rails, chiseled fuel tank, front and rear petal disc brakes seamlessly coalesce to make the Apache RTR 180 a spectacular and sporty motorcycle.

The ergonomically designed rear set aluminum foot pegs (sporty ergonomics), adjustable split handlebars and sculpted seats allow exceptional control and maneuverability of the bike and are sure to thrill discerning performance seekers.

The bike boasts of a digital console with service due reminder, clock, dual trip meter, adjustable clip on handlebar and mono tube inverted gas filled shocks. The titanium black engine with engine faring, LED tail lamp, new turn signal lamps, race crouch mirrors, new rear fender and a sound engineered slick silencer give the bike a great sporty appeal.

The Apache RTR 180 is equipped with both electric and kick start and comes in three stunning colours, including an all new pearl white, titanium grey and black. The bike is priced at an introductory Rs 63990/- ex showroom Delhi and is immediately available in TVS dealerships across the country.

TVS Apache RTR 180 Specifications:
Engine capacity: 177.4cc
Engine type: single cylinder, air cooled 4st
Max Power: 17.3bhp @ 8500rpm
Max Torque: 1.58kgm @ 6500rpm
Gear box: 5 speed constant mesh
Fuel system: carbureted
Front brake: 270mm petal disc brake
Rear brake: 200mm petal disc brake
Front suspension: Telescopic hydraulic fork
Rear suspension: gas shocks
Front tyre: 90/90 x17
Rear tyre: 110/80 x 17
Height: 100mm
Length: 2085mm
Width: 730mm
Ground clearance: 180mm
Kerb weight: 137kg
Fuel tank capacity: 16 liters


  1. hi guys !! i recently brought apache RTR 180 and it is like two tigers united myself and apache except m not the one roaring ..the sound is very awesome !

  2. yes apache 180 is better then pulser 180 .apache rtr gives outstanding perform

  3. KinG*Is_bAck says:

    hey frds i m playin to buy Apache 180 abs… i wanted to know wats the mileage and wats the performance.. is it better than pulsar 180…

  4. as for my need i want to a vehicle (Apache) so how can i purchase through finance pl z guide me

    thanking you

    Rajiv mishra

  5. rajak khileswar says:

    I want to buy bike but I can’t judge between pulsar150 & apache rtr 160. Frenz please suggest me the best.

  6. Hi Friends,

    I used to own Apache RTR 160 and now Apache RTR 180. Believe me its anytime better than a Pulsar. RTR 160 can beat Pulsar 180, while RTR 180 can easily beat Pulsar 200cc.

    TVS technology and spare parts are much better than Bajaj however Bajaj takes the lead when it comes to mileage and cheaper spare parts. The RTR 160 gives a highway mileage of 50kmpl and in city it gives 45kmpl while the RTR 180 gives a highway miileage of 45 to 47kmpl and 38kmpl to 42kmpl in city.

    You need to test drive before coming to a conclusion so I would suggest you ride the bike and then see for yourself.


Leave a Reply