Bajaj Pulsar 220 F vs TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

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Pulsar 220 F vs Apache RTR 200 4V Comparison
KEY HIGHLIGHTS Pulsar 220 f Apache rtr 200 4v
BrandBajajTVS
Price₹ 1.38 Lakhs₹ 1.26 Lakhs
Mileage40.0 kmpl37 kmpl
Engine Capacity220 cc197.75 cc
Power20.4 PS PS20.82 PS PS
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Pulsar 220 F
₹1.38 Lakhs*
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Apache RTR 200 4V
Single Channel ABS
₹1.26 Lakhs*
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Specification
Engine & Transmission
Max Power
20.4 PS @ 8500 rpmSport : 20.82 PS @ 9000 rpm, Urban/ Rain : 17.32 PS @ 7800 rpm
Max Torque
18.55 Nm @ 7000 rpmSport : 17.25 Nm @ 7250 rpm, Urban/ Rain : 16.51 Nm @ 5750 rpm
Transmission
ManualManual
Drive Type
Chain DriveChain Drive
Displacement
220 cc197.75 cc
Engine Type
4-stroke, 2-Valve, Twin Spark BSVI Compliant, DTS-i FI Engine, Oil cooledSI, 4 stroke, Oil cooled, Fi
Cooling System
Oil CooledOil Cooled
Clutch
Wet, Multi PlateWet multi plate- slipper clutch with 5 plate
Starting
Self Start OnlySelf Start Only
Valve Per Cylinder
24
Gear Box
5 Speed5 Speed
Fuel Supply
Fuel InjectionFuel Injection
Emission Type
bs6-2.0bs6
Tyres & Brakes
Dimensions & Capacity
Chassis & Suspension
Features
Charging
Charging at Charging Station
NoNo
Charging at Home
NoNo
Features and Safety
Electricals
Price (On-Road BreakUp)
On-Road Price
1,60,9391,48,873
Ex-Showroom Price
1,37,7091,29,315
RTO
11,34710,345
Insurance
11,8839,213
Accessories Charges
00
FastTag Charges
00
Other Charges
00
EMI
3,4593,199
Expert Rating
-
Pros and Cons

Pros

Sharp styling with a good mix of coloursSuperior handling compared to rivals, also one of the most entertaining motorcyclesStrong engine remains a key highlight with good mid and top-end performance

Cons

Compact proportions make it uncomfortable for tall ridersLack of the 6th gear is noticeable for long-distance cruisingMore power would help extract more performance from the chassis

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