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TVS Apache RR 310 Latest Updates

TVS has updated its flagship motorcycle -- the Apache RR 310 -- yet again in order to meet the upcoming BS6 emission norms. However, the changes are limited to just the updated motor and nothing more. The last update brought with it ride-by-wire, four rider modes, and a colour TFT dash. As a result, the TVS Apache RR 310 BS6 now costs Rs 2.40 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), making it Rs 12,000 more than its BS4 counterpart.

Apache RR 310 Specifications

The 312.7cc, reverse-inclined, single-cylinder, DOHC motor developed by BMW Motorrad dishes out the same 34PS and 27.3Nm as it did in its BS4 avatar. TVS has taken considerable strides to iron out the harsh vibrations that were present on the old bike. Thanks to ride-by-wire, TVS has been able to provide linear throttle maps. The engine mounting points have been damped better and a little revision has been done to the engine’s internals as well. With the inclusion of ride-by-wire, TVS has also introduced four riding maps on the RR 310 BS6. While in Track and Sport mode you get to enjoy the full potential of the 34PS and 27.3Nm, the Urban and Rain modes curb it down to 28.5PS and 25Nm. TVS claims that the latter two modes are helpful when you want to commute and perhaps even extract better fuel efficiency out on the highway. To know more about how the riding modes alter the riding experience, check out our first ride report of the bike. The TVS Apache RR 310 BS6 continues to be a sharp handler. There are no modifications done to the tubular steel trellis frame. Even the suspension and braking units on offer are the same as before. The RR 310 BS6 runs with the same gold-cased USD fork, aluminium swingarm with a preload-adjustable monoshock, radial front brake and petal discs at both ends. You do find new shoes on the RR 310 BS6 with TVS opting for grippier Michelin Road 5 rubber for this iteration.

Apache RR 310 Design

The TVS Apache RR 310 BS6 continues to be a handsome looker with the obvious comparisons to a fully-faired Ducati when it was first launched two years ago. There are subtle changes to the design. The fly screen is mounted differently so it doesn’t rattle quite like it used to. You get two colour options -- Racing Red and Titanium Black -- both of which bear the same price.

Apache RR 310 Features

The biggest update in terms of features on the TVS Apache RR 310 BS6 is the new colour TFT dash. It continues to be vertically stacked like the old LCD digital screen. The layout on the screen changes according to the riding mode you are in, with night and day colour options. You can control the screen via the ‘control cube,’ TVS’ lingo for the navigational buttons found on the left switch cluster. And thanks to Bluetooth connectivity, you can now handle your music or call alerts on the go. Other features like LED DRLs, headlight and tail-light, slip and assist clutch and dual-channel ABS have been carried forward from 2019’s mid-life update. The dual-channel ABS can be tweaked to offer different levels of sensitivity, but it sadly cannot be turned off either just on the rear wheel or completely.

TVS Apache RR 310 Competitors

The TVS Apache RR 310 faces stiff competition from the likes of the KTM RC 390, the Kawasaki Ninja 300, the Yamaha R3 and the Benelli 302R. Amongst these, the RC 390 is the only one which is a single-cylinder motorcycle like the Apache. It too has received its BS6 update. It comes in at Rs 2.48 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), which is Rs 8,000 more than the RR 310 BS6.

We expect Kawasaki and Benelli to launch their BS6 rivals to the Apache RR 310 by the end of 2020 while Yamaha is likely to only launch the updated and emission-compliant R3 in 2021. When updated, all three of these bikes will bear a significant premium over TVS’ flagship supersport.

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TVS Apache RR 310 Price

TVS Apache RR 310 price start at Rs. 2.40 lakh (Ex-Showroom). TVS Apache RR 310 is offered in only one variant - STD.

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Apache RR 310 STD
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Editor's View of TVS Apache RR 310

  • Upside

    Electronics make it better to use on the street and track,W-rated tyres increase the sense of confidence,Striking styling.

  • Downside

    Brakes could offer more bite and better feel,Pillion seat is still too high,Spare parts are very expensive.

  • Our Verdict

    TVS has done an incredible job in ironing out the sore spots of the Apache RR 310 with the BS6 update. It is loaded with tech, making it the most technologically advanced motorcycle in its class. The new prices are quite close to its fiercest rival -- the KTM RC 390. While it may lack the outright performance of the RC 390, the Apache RR 310 BS6 makes up for it by being a well-rounded machine that can do daily duties as well as corner carving or even touring, for that matter.

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Apache RR 310

Q. Is Daytona exhaust used in Apache RR310?
  • No. TVS Apache RR 310 comes with inhouse manufactured TVS silencer.
Q. Which one to buy between Duke 250, Dominar 400 or Apache RR 310?
  • The 250 Duke sits in a comfortable spot in the KTM India lineup. Probably the most un-KTMish KTM of them all, the 250 Duke with its relaxed motor and comfy suspension is a great choice for those who aren’t looking to set lap records but want something quick and convenient for everyday use. The 250 Duke trades the KTM's rortiness for refinement, and we think, is all the better for it. It makes a compelling prospect if you are looking for a premium, comfortable and dynamic runaround on a budget under Rs two lakh. On the other hand, TVS has done an incredible job in ironing out the sore spots of the Apache RR 310 with the BS6 update. It is loaded with tech, making it the most technologically advanced motorcycle in its class. The new prices are quite close to its fiercest rival i.e. the KTM RC 390. While it may lack the outright performance of the RC 390, the Apache RR 310 BS6 makes up for it by being a well-rounded machine that can do daily duties as well as corner carving or even touring, for that matter. If we talk about Dominar 400, good looks, healthy performance, competent underpinnings and a host of features. All for just Rs 1.92 lakh. If you’re looking for the best bang for your buck, nothing eclipses the Dominar 400 in the sub-2 lakh rupee price bracket. It offers a great combination of features, power performance and comfort. Do take a test ride before the final call. Check out authorised dealership details.You may compare these bikes too.
Q. What is the RR310 windshield cost?
  • Here, we would suggest you to contact the nearest authorized service center as they would be better people to help you in this concern. Check out authorised dealership details.
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Q. Please help me to choose the best bike in under 1.5 lakh
  • You can have a look at Yamaha YZF R15 V3, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V and Suzuki Intruder. TVS Apache RTR 160 4V: If a bike has to survive in the cut-throat 160cc two-wheeler segment, it needs to be competitively priced and pack enough performance to keep riders happy. Thankfully, the Apache RTR 160 4V delivers well on both fronts with class leading features. The Apache RTR 160 4V is not only the most refined RTR we have ridden till date but also one of the most refined 160cc motorcycles to be ever produced in India. Suzuki Intruder: It is a cruiser that looks like a 250cc model and gets the positive traits of the Gixxer like peppy performance and handling. The ride is on the stiffer side but it gets better with a pillion. If you like its imposing looks and are looking for a comfortable ride to replace your daily commute, this might be it. Yamaha YZF R15 V3: We rode the new R15 v3.0 on both the racetrack and in the real world. While the R15 has grown larger and more powerful, it needs a certain level of expertise to tame. The more committed ergonomics make for an uncomfortable ride in the city. If you are looking for a dynamically competent bike that you’d like to hone your riding skills on and don't mind the committed riding position, the Yamaha R15 v 3.0 is the one to go for. It's a bike we'd love to have in our garage but its ergonomics limit its practicality. That's the reason it can not be our primary everyday bike. Read more: - Suzuki Intruder FI ABS: Performance Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/suzuki-intruder-fi-abs-performance-test-review/30776/ - TVS Apache RTR 160 4V: First Ride Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/tvs-apache-rtr-160-4v-first-ride-review/30013/ - Yamaha R15 v3.0 Road Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/yamaha-r15-v30-road-test-review/30566/
  • Sports category its Apache 200rr just in your budget ...if you can stretch yamaha r15 v3 ....naked street fz Yamaha or gixxer 150...cruisers..if you like avenger go for it...retro classic bullet standard or electra..if you stretch your budget s little...benellie imperiale 400 ..nerd to spoil yourself go for Duke 125.....commuter unicorn 150 with great comfort...premium scooter Suzuki burgman or ntork..electric revolt...if you need a all purpose disc clip on handle projector headlamps abs tourer sports ...go for ' grand daddy ' pulsar 220.adventure bike x pulse hero 200 fuel infected...good luck.
  • U r already using the best bike.. It depends wat u need.. Like the price u hav mentioned.. There are just two bikes available in the market.. Ns 200 and rtr 200 4v... So ns 200 have the same engine but in carberattor verson.. If dont want to drive the bike nearly to 140 kmph so go for rtr 200 bcoz is the slipper clutch also.. And more comfort and less and low maintainence cost
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Q. What is the maintenance cost of RR310?
  • TVS Apache RR 310, being a TVS product it would be easy for pocket to maintain but for exact service cost, we would suggest you to get in touch with authorised dealership as they will be the better persons to assist you in this concern. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers
  • Maintenance depends on how well you treat your bike. Basic costs for maintaining an Apache RR310 are pretty much reasonable when compared to its BMW cousin. However, you need to face expenditures on the higher side for the brake pads and tires or other replacements.
  • Maintenance cost is not much as compare to other bike. I paid 1300 Rupees on 1st service and every after 500 km you have to check the chain lubricant oil and looseness for better performance that will cost you only 150 rupees in service centre.
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Q. Which is better between Dominar 400 and Apache RR 310
  • RR310 is a premium category bike.It doesn't produce as much power as the Dominar, but it's a much linear delivery of power, so it won't be intimidating for a fairly new rider.It has very good styling, excellent road presence, considerably better after sales support.Maintenance wise it won't break your wallet either.On the other hand, Dominar is a much more VFM product.The new version now even comes with an engine that produces 40HP, 5HP more than the RR310.Dominar is no doubt the faster motorcycle of the two and sounds better as well.And in my personal opinion, Dominar is a much more usable bike interms of daily commute due to its seating posture and a refined engine.So, if you're looking for a bike for mostly touring and occasional city rides with best possible reliability go for RR310. For anything and everything else go with Dominar, you definitely won't be disappointed. Good Luck !
  • Here are the points to consider:1. comfortApache 3/5domi 4/52. looks Apache 5/5domi 4/53. overall handlingApache 4/5domi 3/54. value for money Apache 4/5domi 4/55. after sales cost:Apache 2/5domi 4/56. spares price:Apache 2/5domi 4/57. parts availability:apache 3/5domi 4/58. local mechanics availability (for minor issues like chain lock, gear lever, etc)Apache 3/5domi 4/5in the end, ride both motorcycles and decide.both are of different budget bikes, and both has different characteristics.If touring is priority,then dominar makes more sense, touring below 500 kms a day then Apache is also good. people have done ladakh on Apache too, depends on rider fitness and skills.I would choose Apache mainly for my riding style.
  • Depends on the requirements and riding style Dominar 400 is for a lay back comfortable ride and a perfect touring machine,but then rr310 can also be used for touring but a bit committed riding position and it has a plus point of having riding modes and TFT display both are perfect in their own way so chose your riding style
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TVS Apache RR 310 User Reviews

4.2 /5
451 reviews & ratings
  • Performance
    4.5/5
  • Comfort
    4.3/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.6/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    3.9/5
  • Mileage
    3.9/5

Preferred For : Daily Commute

57% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 4.2

    I use it for going to office which is 5 kms away approximately, I did small tours riding 200-300 kms a day. If you go with a pillion, you might feel a little discomfort in your wrists and forearms due higher weight. Bike is not built for off-roading at all and the tyre will lose grip if you have a pillion putting more pressure on back tyre if the road is very bad. Brakes could have been much better and the back brake need to be changed it does not do justice to the bike. Apart from that it is one of the best bikes you can buy under 3 lakhs. If you want to get into sport bikes this may be a good start. If the roads are good bike is very stable and rev-happy and gives a very good initial punch. If you mostly do highway riding and commutes on good roads go for it blindly. Also the gear sometimes does not shift neutral to first, it gets stuck, I raised this concern with the service center but they did not resolve it. hope they mitigate this issue, as it really causes problems when you are stuck in traffic.

  • 4.2

    BEST OPTION FOR SOMEBODY WHO NEEDS THE AGGRESSIVENESS OF A SPORT BIKE AND THE COMFORTS OF A COMMUTER. THIS BIKE WON"T COST YOU MUCH FOR MAINTENANCE ON A REGULAR BASIS, BUT YOU"LL HAVE TO EMPTY YOUR POCKET IF YOU EVER NEED A PART REPLACEMENT. I REALLY DON"T HAVE A CLEAR IDEA ON HOW LONG THE BRAKE PADS ON SUCH BIKES LAST, BUT I HAD TO REPLACE BOTH THE FRONT AND REAR BRAKE PADS JUST AFTER 4800KM OF REGULAR SMOOTH CITY RIDES. VIBRATIONS ARE A PROBLEM WITH THIS MONSTER BUT ONE WILL GET USED TO THEM. I"VE HEARD EXCELLENT REVIEWS ABOUT THE TVS CUSTOMER SERVICE ALL AROUND INDIA BUT HERE IN VISAKHAPATNAM, THE CUSTOMER SERVICE EXPERIENCE IS JUST BAD... HERE THEY CHARGE HEAVY AMOUNT FOR LABOUR CHARGE. I HOPE TVS WOULD CUT DOWN COSTS OF SPARE PARTS AND IMPROVES CUSTOMER SERVICE EXPERIENCE.

  • 4.6

    I like the riding ergonomics of this bike. There is less vibration post you cross 5500rpm. At certain time you will feel its viby while fetching more power from engine. It is stable and brakes are good. There will some crackiling sound because of plastics while sitting and moving the bike manually. Overal fit and finish are at its top notch. Fuel tank capacity is average. Looks is stunning and grabs lot of attention. Road grips are good. Radiator will turn on in traffic condition and its audible. Headlight works well during night. Exhaust sound is normal while riding slow and it sounds good while shifting gears fast at little high rpm. I faced a issue like switching btween 3rd to 2nd gear it acts like neutral, though it has happned rarely.

  • 4.6

    It is both an amazing tourer (did several 1,000 kms rides on this baby) and awesome on track. The seat is big and plush and can seat you for long hours with ease. Everywhere it goes, it's an head turner. People are always surprised to learn it 'only' costs 2.5 Lakhs and is made by TVS. Customise the bike well and you can get off easily by claiming it's a half a litre class bike. The handle bar isn't too sporty and is easy on the wrist. The pillion seat can get uncomfy for long rides and isn't recommended if you plan on letting you wife sit on. ;)

  • 2.6

    The bike looks absolutely stunning...My worries r regarding quality...as I've done only 200 km on my bike in absolutely normal conditions...bt it starts getting hot right after the start...the coolant temperature crosses 100℃ in just 10 km. It's the result of a problem with the cooling system...wtever b the case, I wasn't expecting this from such a premium product...

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  • 2.6

    The bike looks absolutely stunning...My worries r regarding quality...as I've done only 200 km on my bike in absolutely normal conditions...bt it starts getting hot right after the start...the coolant temperature crosses 100℃ in just 10 km. It's the result of a problem with the cooling system...wtever b the case, I wasn't expecting this from such a premium product...

  • 4.2

    The overall performance is good.one of the best bike under 400cc .good performance with mileage. Handling and comfort are incredible.The only negative is the sound and back seat cushion

  • 4.2

    Very good interms of styling and road presence. Maintenance cost is manageable as well. If you're come from owning a naked bike, seating position would definitely require some time to get used to. Slight vibrations can be felt in the foot pegs and under the seat but nothing that would make you super uncomfortable. Overall I'm happy with the buy 😊

  • 4.2

    I use it for going to office which is 5 kms away approximately, I did small tours riding 200-300 kms a day. If you go with a pillion, you might feel a little discomfort in your wrists and forearms due higher weight. Bike is not built for off-roading at all and the tyre will lose grip if you have a pillion putting more pressure on back tyre if the road is very bad. Brakes could have been much better and the back brake need to be changed it does not do justice to the bike. Apart from that it is one of the best bikes you can buy under 3 lakhs. If you want to get into sport bikes this may be a good start. If the roads are good bike is very stable and rev-happy and gives a very good initial punch. If you mostly do highway riding and commutes on good roads go for it blindly. Also the gear sometimes does not shift neutral to first, it gets stuck, I raised this concern with the service center but they did not resolve it. hope they mitigate this issue, as it really causes problems when you are stuck in traffic.

  • 4.2

    It's excellent features and bike look is awesome.This bike parts cost high But i like this bike so1much And pickup is also superb Mera jigra h My black commando

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