Maharashtra showrooms that were waiting eagerly to embrace the TVS flagship bike, the fantabulous Apache RTR 200 4V, now heave a sigh of relief and celebrate the entry of the much awaited motorcycle into them. Although, the customers had to be patient for five months since it was released in other parts of India, yet their patience pays off well.
According to the company, the reason behind its delay in rolling on to the Maharashtra roads has been the company’s diminutive production capability.
A spokesperson from TVS Apache acknowledged the distress among Apache’s fan following with this impediment. The bike enthusiasts questioned the company persons several times about their probable availability in the markets while the bikes were being tested on the Mumbai and Pune roads
Well, now it is available for all of their prospective customers. TVS Apache RTR 2004V is home to all the mesmerizing features that any bike lover would love to flaunt. It, besides having a sturdy 197.8CC engine, also exists in ravishing three appearances.
With this Apache RTR 200 4V, we can also expect two more great bikes to make their debut soon. Rumors have it that either the end of 2016 or the early 2017 may witness the launch of a wild 310CC engine sports bike exhibiting the advanced TVS Akula concept. However, people will likely be having fun with BMW G310R soon, somewhere around coming October, much before they can have their hands on that sports bike.
And then would jump in, as per rumors, another surprise by the TVS, around the mid 2017, when the company will pop up with their X21 concept-based design that could conjecture towards the updated version of Apache RTR.
Let’s hope that these upcoming models don’t see any delay and have the TVS clientele exhilarated with their timely roll-out, i.e. in a go all over India.