Xtreme 160R Stealth 2.0 Edition vs TVS RTR 160 2V vs Bajaj Pulsar N160 : Price
Hero Xtreme 160R Stealth 2.0 Edition price starts at Rs 1,23,806 (ex-showroom). The TVS RTR 160 2V is priced at Rs 1,24,590 (ex-showroom). While the Bajaj Pulsar N160 is priced at Rs 1.23 lakh (ex-showroom) and the top-spec dual-channel ABS variant costs Rs 1.28 lakh (ex-showroom).
Xtreme 160R Stealth 2.0 Edition vs TVS RTR 160 2V vs Bajaj Pulsar N160 : Engine, Transmission & Performance
The Hero Xtreme 160R Stealth 2.0 Edition is powered by a 163 cc air-cooled engine with Programmable Fuel Injection and XSense technology. It produces 14.79 Bhp at 6500 rpm and 14 Nm of peak torque at 6500 rpm. Also, it gets a transmission with a 5-speed gearbox. It accelerates from 0-60 km/h in 4.9 seconds.
TVS Apache RTR 160 2V is powered by a 159.7 cc air-cooled engine, which generates 15.82 bhp at 8750 rpm and 13.85 Nm of peak torque. It has been given a 5-speed gearbox. It also gets three ride modes – Urban, Sport and Rain.
The Bajaj Pulsar N160 is powered by a 164.82 cc oil-cooled engine that produces 14.65 Nm of torque along with 15 bhp power at 8750 rpm. The Pulsar also gets a 5-speed gearbox transmission.
Xtreme 160R Stealth 2.0 Edition vs TVS RTR 160 2V vs Bajaj Pulsar N160: Weight and Suspension
Talking about the weight of Xtreme 160R, if its 12-liter fuel tank is completely filled, then its weight is 139.5 kg. Its weight has increased a bit due to the addition of knuckle guards and new belly shroud. In comparison, the TVS RTR 160 2V weighs 138 kg. On the other hand, Bajaj Pulsar N160 is the heaviest of the two, weighing 152 kg.
The suspension of all three motorcycles is fitted with telescopic forks. But the Pulsar N160 and Xtreme 160R Stealth Edition 2.0 get mono-shock suspension at the rear. At the same time, dual gas-shock absorbers are available in Apache RTR 160 2V.
Xtreme 160R Stealth 2.0 Edition vs TVS RTR 160 2V vs Bajaj Pulsar N160: Features
Hero Xtreme 160R Stealth Edition 2.0 gets Hero Connect app connectivity instead of Bluetooth connectivity which connects to the cloud. It gets features like Geo-fence alert, speed alert, topal alert, tow-away alert and unplug alert.
No connectivity feature is available in Bajaj Pulsar N160. It gets an Infinity Digital console with digital readout and classic tachometer. Apart from this, a USB port is available for mobile charging.
On the other hand, Apache RTR 160 2V is the bike with the most features. Apart from three ride modes, its fully digital instrumental digital cluster supports the TVS SmartXonnect app with Bluetooth connectivity and voice assist. The cluster shows call/SMS alerts, turn-by-turn navigation, lean angle mode low-fuel warning and race telemetry. It also comes with a unique crash alert system that alerts your selected contacts in case of an accident.