The 2020 Apache 200 in Nepal produces 1.3 Nm of higher torque than the India-spec variant. It has received most of the updates that we got…
Along with expanding its domestic sales, TVS Motor is also working on its export markets. Currently, Bajaj Auto is the largest two-wheeler exporter from India by a massive margin. But TVS is also expanding pretty quickly and it is a bigger exporter than rival Hero MotoCorp.
In its bid, TVS has officially launched the 2020 Apache 200 in Nepal. Jagdamba Motors Private Ltd is the exclusive importer of TVS motorcycles in our neighboring country. The 2020 Apache 200 gets features like race derived ABS, new LED headlamp, radial tyres, new graphics and feather touch start.
Along with this, it is equipped with the Bluetooth enabled SmartXonnect technology important features of which we have explained in the following video..
The new Apache 200 is the same model that TVS has introduced in India however it appears to continue in the same tune as the older (BS4) version (of India). It churns the same 20.5 PS of peak power however torque is higher at 18.1 Nm. Latest Indian Apache 200 BS6 produces 16.8 Nm of torque – 1.3 Nm lesser!
TVS sold the older Apache 200 in Nepal at Nepalese Rupee 324,900 (2.04 Lakh INR) which has now risen to Nepalese Rupee 339,900 (2.13 Lakh INR). The new Apache 200 will be available in two colors – Glossy Black and Pearl White.
According to the official website, TVS sells the complete Apache range in Nepal which includes the 200, 180 2V, 160 2V, 160 4V, and the biggest RR 310.
We have ridden the new Apache 200 and you can check our first impression review below..