New Apache 160 Black Edition Launched; Range Starts at 1.20 Lac

Interestingly, from what I understand Apache 160 black edition is offered in the entry trim. It gets decal-less dark styling…

Bajaj was on a rampage with back to back launches of updated Pulsars. It culminated (or has it?) with the official introduction of the biggest Pulsar NS400 – that has become the flagship motorcycle in the portfolio.

After the dust has settled, TVS is gearing up with its onslaught. The company has officially announced the launch of the new Apache 160 Black Edition. Available in both the 2V and 4V, the new edition, as the name suggests, comes in an all-dark theme with very less decals. I have always loved clean look decal-less motorcycles and the Apaches in all-black theme look real good.

Apache 160 black edition

Apache 160 Black Edition Price

Apache 160 2VRs 1,20,420
Apache 160 4VRs 1,24,870
*all price ex-showroom Delhi

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A quick look at the prices reveal that it is probably the base variant that has received the new edition and it costs the same as other shades. The base trim comes with a rear drum brake.

The motorcycles continue with the same mechanicals and features as the rest of the lineup and have features like most powerful air/oil cooled engine in class (17.6 PS for the Apache 160 4V), ride modes, LED headlamp, etc. The Apache 160 dark edition is available pan India according to the official press note.