What we think to comment about both the well-known giants of two-wheelers industry seems less as they have flawlessly put a strong leap of memorable signature.
In terms of major difference, then Apache is an upgraded version of Apache 160 where Pulsar 180 has lots of similarities to Pulsar 200 at par. Hence, a relative analysis of the Pulsar 180 DTSi and TVS Apache RTR 180 will slightly beat up your compilation with their hottie.
The TVS Apache RTR sports a 177.4 cc four-stroke air-cooled single barrel engine alongside a SOHC 2 valve factory. The power generation is near 17.3 PS at 8500 rpm and the most extreme torque is 15.5 NM at 6500 rpm. The engine is backed with the Mikuni BS-29 carburetor.
The bajaj Pulsar 180 Dtsi is propped with 178.6cc 4-stroke air-cooled single barrel with SOHC 2 valve factory, which is very much alike to the Apache 180. The force yield is 17.2 PS at 8500 rpm and the torque is 14.2 NM. Pulsar runs with the UCD 29 carburetor.
Handling and comfort Factor:
With concept of handling absolutely Apache RTR 180 worthily thumbs up, even though its stands ahead of the Bajaj Pulsar 180. Nonetheless, both the bikes gives impressive stability and comfort ratio but TVS hereby remarkably hit at steep turns whereas Bajaj is smoothly awesome and inspires you to ride extra miles.
On counts of performance parameters, TVS RTR 180 takes step ahead with its amazing and simple torque configuration like light feathers in support of Pulsar 180 DTSi.
TVS Apache RTR 180 deliver mileage of 39-44 Kmpl for city riding and around 43-48 kmpl on highway ride while Pulsar offers approximately 41-46 kmpl mileage in the city by side 46-51 kmpl on the highway riding.
Bajaj Pulsar DTSi 180 is about Rs. 68,600 plus the TVS Apache RTR 180 little bit expensive of about at Rs. 72,000.