There is a long range of bikes in the country’s bike segment from 100 cc engine to 650 cc engine, in which we are talking about 200 cc engine bikes which fall in the mid range.
If you also want to buy a 200 cc engine bike, then here you can know the complete details of two popular bikes of this segment which can fit in your budget.
For this comparison, today we have TVS Apache RTR 200 4V and Hero X Plus 200 bikes, in which you will know the complete details of both of these from the price to the engine.
Hero XPulse 200: Hero X Pulse 200 bike is a premium adventure sports bike that comes in the list of popular bikes of its company. The company has launched two variants of this bike in the market.
Talking about the engine of the bike, it has a 199.6 cc engine that generates power of 19.1 PS and peak torque of 17.35 Nm. A 5 speed gearbox has been given with this engine.
Regarding the mileage of the bike, the company claims that it gives a mileage of 51.59 kmpl and this mileage has been certified by ARAI.
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Hero MotoCorp has launched this bike with a starting price of Rs 1.23 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) which goes up to Rs 1.32 lakh on the top variant.
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V bike is a fast and attractively designed bike, the company has launched two variants of this bike in the market so far.
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This bike has a 197.75 cc engine with a single cylinder. This engine generates 20.82 PS of power and 16.8 Nm of peak torque. A 5 speed gearbox has been given with this engine.
Regarding the mileage of the bike, the company claims that this Apache 200 bike gives a mileage of 35 kilometers per liter and this mileage has been certified by ARAI.
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V has been launched by the company in the market with a starting price of Rs 1.38 lakh, which goes up to Rs 1.43 lakh when going to the top variant.