TVS Apache RTR 160 vs Hero Xtreme 160R: Who’s the king? Checkout

TVS Apache RTR 160 vs Hero Xtreme 160R: These days, a lot of bikes with aggressive styling and ABS features are in demand. Despite the fact that many bikes with these characteristics cost a lot of money. The purpose of ABS is to keep one or more motorbike wheels from locking up when braking. ABS employs sensors to detect when a wheel is going to lock and to measure wheel speed exactly on both wheels. This comparison looks at the Hero Xtreme 160R and TVS Apache RTR 160 motorcycles with ABS. To make your selection of the ideal bike easier, let’s review the specifications of these models.

TVS Apache RTR 160 vs Hero Xtreme 160R: Specifications


The 163cc BS6 engine of the Hero Xtreme 160R produces 14 Nm of torque and 15 horsepower of power.

SpecsHero Xtreme 160RTVS Apache RTR 160
Braking systemSingle Channel ABSSingle Channel ABS
Front brake typeDiscDisc
Engine163 cc159.7 cc
Power15 bhp15.82 bhp
Torque14 Nm13.85 Nm
Mileage46 kmpl45 kmpl
Fuel Tank capacity12 litre12 litre
Transmission5 Speed Manual5 Speed Manual
Kerb weight138.5 kg137 kg
PriceVariant – Single Disc

Rs. 1,22,010
Avg. Ex-Showroom price
Variant – RM Drum

Rs. 1,19,985
Avg. Ex-Showroom price

The 159.7cc BS6 engine powering the TVS Apache RTR 160 produces 13.85 Nm of torque and 15.82 horsepower.


Know more about the differences

The Xtreme 160R’s feature set includes full-LED illumination for the taillight, turn signals, and headlamps. In addition, it has a side-stand engine cut-off switch and a hazard switch. It is additionally available in two variations with different braking hardware and has a fully digital display. However, the indicators on the TVS Apache RTR 160 are equipped with halogen lamps, while the headlamp and taillight are LEDs. For the highest-spec model, its digital instrument console has Bluetooth connectivity. Turn-by-turn navigation, call/SMS notifications, collision alarms, lean angle modes, and other features are now available to the rider.

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