TVS Apache RTR 200 4V vs Yamaha FZ 25: Fuel Efficiency
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V
The Yamaha FZ 25 saves more fuel within city limits, thanks to its shorter gears. But things are change on the highways. At an average speed of about 65 km per hour, the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is more efficient than the FZ 25 at just over 7 km. We believe that with the "Urban" mode activated, the RTR can match the FZ 25 in terms of fuel efficiency.
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TVS Apache RTR 200 4V vs Yamaha FZ 25: Acceleration
Yamaha FZ 25
The FZ 25 proves that there is no substitute for offset. Compared to the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V, it is about one second per ton (and 0.4 seconds faster at 60 km / h) quicker. The surprising fact is that both motorcycles offer roughly the same power. But it's this higher torque figure and better tuning condition (max kick power at 1000rpm before RTR) that gives the FZ 25 the edge. So it's also a second faster at 40-80km/h speeds, which is in line with the easiest overtaking in the city.
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V vs Yamaha FZ 25: Braking
Braking has long been the Achilles heel of the Apache RTR 200 4V. However, TVS has improved the braking performance of the bike, and this is shown here. The RTR 200 4V outperforms the FZ 25 in all acceleration tests by about 2 meters, despite using a smaller front disc. Thanks here for the best grippy brakes and tires on the new bike.
Overall, we see that the Apache RTR 200 4V outperforms the FZ 25, even surpasses it in certain respects. Prices? While Yamaha costs Rs. 1,52,100, TVS sells for Rs. 1,32,070 (both rates, ex-showroom, Delhi). Which one can you go to?
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