Is TVS Apache RTR 180 is the Only 180cc bike available in India?

The TVS Apache RTR 180 is a 180-cc TVS commuter bike with style. While most of its design hasn't altered over time, TVS has added various new features, some of which are even segment-first, as well as improvements like LED headlights. It is now the only 180-cc bike available in India.
Now it feature newer graphics and appearance, as well as redesigned LED headlights and tail lamps. Additionally, TVS claims that, in an effort to improve performance, the motorcycle now has a more aerodynamic design with cowls and a flared tank. The motorbike weighs 140 kg (kerb weight) with a 12-liter fuel tank and 180mm of ground clearance.
Engine and Gearbox
A 177.4-cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected, air- and oil-cooled engine matched to a five-speed gearbox powers the Apache RTR 180. This engine produces 17.02 PS and 15.5 Nm of torque in Sport mode and significantly less power and torque (14.5 PS and 14.2 Nm in Urban and Rain settings, respectively). 
A digital instrument cluster with TVS SmartXonnect smartphone connectivity is a feature of the RTR 180. As normal, voice assistance is also included. In addition, SmartXonnect offers a plethora of functions, like ride statistics, turn-by-turn navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, and more. TVS has included Glide Through Technology, a low-speed assist feature that makes it possible for the bike to crawl through urban traffic. The bike can move with just clutch modulation and no throttle input from the rider. 
Suspension and Brakes
The suspension system consists of gas-charged twin shocks at the back and a telescopic front fork. The engine is situated on a double-cradle frame. Two petal discs, one at the back and one at the front, each measuring 270 mm, are used for braking.
The bike has a single-channel ABS system for safety, which can be adjusted using the Sport, Urban, and Rain riding modes, which are segment-first. Power delivery is also modulated by the riding modes.
  • Recognised for its powerful engine. 
  • Simple to navigate in urban areas. 
  • Obtains ABS with lift-off protection for the rear lift wheel. 
  • The instrument cluster has a dull appearance.
  • After repeated use, the front brake begins to fade.
Price and Variants
The TVS Apache RTR 180 costs Rs. 1,32,220 and comes in a single model named RM Disc BT.

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