75+ User Votes to help you to compare between Suzuki GS150R Vs TVS Apache RTR 160.
|Bike Name||Mileage||Price After GST Ex-Showroom New Delhi
|Suzuki GS150R||45–50 kmpl||Discontinued|
|TVS Apache RTR 160
||40–45 kmpl||Rs. 76,575 – 78,904
Last Updated on 29-08-2017
Honda CB Trigger (Discontinued) – Honda CB Trigger is totally New Name in the Motorcycle World of India. Honda launched the CB Trigger on 11 March 2013. peoples and Auto bloggers expected a Honda CB150R but Honda proves all them wrong and Launched CB Trigger in Indian market with Some extra Features. Its not wrong if we say CB Trigger is just only a CB Dazzler in New Clothes because the engine specifications, frame, tyres are same.
Yamaha FZ V 2.0 – Yamaha FZ V 2.0 is a most luxuries bike in two wheller world. It's FZ16 is the smallest model of the Yamaha’s FZ series of motorcycles. It’s design elements are very stylish and dynamic and Yamaha calls it the ‘Lord of the Streets. The FZ sports a telescopic suspension at the front and monocross suspension at the front that provides 120mm of travel making it an ideal motorcycle for Indian riding conditions.The exhaust muffler goes very well with the styling of the motorcycle too.
Hero Hunk (Discontinued) – Hero is a most popolur bike in india for very less fule compution and his low cost bikes. Hero MotoCorp gave the Hunk a minor update, making it available it with the option of a rear disc brake. Apart from the new colours, the motorcycle comes with an array of new features such as an altered visor, digital console, new styling for side panels, body coloured mirrors, tubeless tyres, LED tail lamps, an exhaust cover and darker coloured grab rails.This new Hunk that boasts of this additional features goes up against the segment leader Bajaj Pulsar 150 and the recent entries in the 150cc space.
Bajaj Pulsar 180 – Bajaj Pulsar 180 is a one of the most successful bike. It has been the Pune-based automaker’s main seller for the last 10 years and has changed Bajaj’s fortunes since its debut. Launched in November 2001, the Bajaj Pulsar and its larger twin were a revelation for the Indian market which until that time had been populated with commuter motorcycles and the single player called the Hero Xtreme Sports in the 180cc segment.
TVS Apache RTR 160 – TVS Apache RTR 160 is a most successfull bike of TVS. TVS Motors launched the Apache brand in India in 2007 and the Apache RTR 160 is the first bike from the Apache series that was introduced in the Indian market. Today three variants namely Apache RTR 160 Hyper edge, Apache RTR 180 and Apache RTR 180 ABS are available.The company recently refreshed the Apache with new decals. The 'RTR' stands for 'Racing Throttle Response' and the motorcycle is designed with a racing approach.