Specifications Summary of TVS Apache RR 310
|Fuel Type :||Petrol|
|Battery Type :||Maintenance Free|
|Engine Displacement (CC) :||312.2 cc|
|Power (PS@rpm) :||34 PS @ 9700 rpm|
|Mileage (ARAI) kmpl :||31 Kmpl|
|No Of Gears :||6 Speed|
|Fuel System :||Fuel Injection|
|ABS :||Dual Channel|
TVS Apache RR 310 Highlights
TVS Apache RR 310 Price: TVS Apache RR 310 prices start at Rs. 2.28 lakh (Ex-Showroom). TVS Apache RR 310 is available in 1 variants and 2 colours.
Apache RR 310 Engine and Specifications: Another key highlight on the Apache RR 310 is the 312.2cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine that has been derived from the BMW G 310 R. While power and torque figures are the same. They are developed 200rpm earlier in the rev range. As a result, 34PS comes in at 9700rpm and 27.3 Nm of torque is produced at 7700rpm. Additionally, the bike now features a slipper clutch which provides lighter clutch actuation and prevents wheels hops during hard downshifts. TVS also claims a top speed of 160kmph and a 0-60kmph time of 2.93 seconds. Weighing at 169.5kg (kerb), the dual-channel ABS-equipped Apache RR 310 gets 300mm petal disc up front and a 240mm petal disc at the rear.
Apache RR 310 Design and Features
The Apache RR 310 looks striking with its track focussed design and on the road looks more like a 600cc motorcycle. It's offered in three different paint schemes - matte black, gloss black and gloss red. Fit and finish and switchgear quality is top notch. Despite its sporty design, it has fairly comfortable ergonomics. Coupled with the torquey and tractable motor, riding the RR 310 is an effortless affair. Ride quality despite being set on the stiffer side is plush. Headlamp focus is good but could have done well with a wider spread. Mirrors offer fantastic visibility. It handles quite well and feels light-footed in the city. Brakes lack initial feel but offer good bite. Tyres grip well in dry conditions. The downsides are vibrations, especially around the 6000rpm range. TVS have been working to reduce them, the latest improvement being the addition of new, larger bar-end weights.
TVS Apache RR 310 Competitors
KTM RC 390 : While the KTM RC 390 is priced higher than the Apache RR 310, it’s a pure track-focused machine which packs in a lot more punch. It has remained a go-to option for riders looking for a dedicated track tool owing to its ergonomics, suspension setup and handling characteristics.
Kawasaki Ninja 300 : The Kawasaki hasn't garnered a lot of fame in India, owing to its price tag. It does come across as a very potent track tool with not so sharp ergonomics as the KTM. Making it a more approachable machine for riders to use it for their daily stints as well. Plus the additional money gets you an extra cylinder and a reliable brand name. Power though is still not at par with the KTM and the option of ABS to is sorely missed.
Benelli 302R: This Italian offering doesn’t have the performance to match either the KTM or the Ninja 300. But what it does offer is a big bike feel, an addictive sounding in-line two motor that is immensely tractable. The ergonomics and comfort offered are also a lot more relaxed in comparison to the above two. But the cost is a bit too demanding for the overall quality and for what you get as a package.
The Apache RR 310, despite being designed as a track focussed bike, is quite usable in the city thanks to its torquey and tractable motor. It offers a good balance between ride and handling as well. While brakes lack initial feel, they offer good bite. Another issue is vibrations around the 6000rpm range, which TVS has reduced to a fair degree. It is a good option to the focussed KTM RC 390, trading a bit of performance for everyday usability.
TVS Apache RR 310 Variants Price List
TVS Apache RR 310 Latest Updates
TVS Motors has launched the 2019 Apache RR 310 at Rs 2.27 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). A premium of a little over Rs 2,600 over the current model gets you a new gloss black paint scheme and the assistance of a slipper clutch.
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Editor's View of TVS Apache RR 310
Great handling, looks fantastic, top-notch build quality
Brakes could use more feel, some vibrations at mid-range
The Apache RR 310 has a torquey and tractable motor which makes riding in the city effortless. The riding position, though on the sportier side, is comfortable. Even in the summer heat, in traffic, the motor does not radiate heat towards the rider legs so that's a plus. Night riding isn't an issue though we would have liked a wider spread from those twin LED projector headlamps. Ride quality is a tad on the stiffer side but offers good cushioning. Another interesting observation is that the ride quality improves with speed and also with a pillion aboard. Braking lacks initial feel but offers good bite. Another issue is vibrations which are especially prominent around the 6000 rpm mark. TVS has been actively working towards reducing these vibrations. One such example is that the bike now gets larger bar end weights to quell vibrations. Under tests, the bike returned a fuel efficiency of 31kmpl in the city and 35.9kmpl under highway test conditions. These figures are quite good considering rest of the bikes in the segment return around 30kmpl. Overall it is a good bike to have if your main criteria are riding in the city and the occasional racetrack/twisties ride.
Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Apache RR 310
- I have lowered the front fork by 5cm and left the rear untouched. The bike HANDLES BETTER now, has more braking power and is stable as before. I am enjoying this setup. However, the sitting position is now more committed than before, have to check on a long ride how it changes the riding comfort on long rides (min 200 kms one side is long ride) : By Soumo | 7 hours ago
- Yes, you can adjust it but it will go to more stiffer side which is little uncomfortable. Moreover it's 170kg bike, so both legs must touch the ground else it gonna be prob : By Maninder | 6 months ago
- Yes rear monoshock can be adjusted but it will not change the seat height, it only makes the suspension soft or stiff as per your need : By Rahul | 6 months ago
- Man these two are completely different segment.One is naked and other one is so called full fairing bike or sports bike.but if you are thinking of 310 you should consider rc390 also as a Good choice. : By Rohan | 2 weeks ago
- Duke 250 will be an ideal choice since it has a fairly upright riding posture and has enough power to take longer (also faster) rides, once you master bike riding skills. All the very best! : By Milw | 3 months ago
- Its upto u... If u love naked bike thn i recommende duke if ur looking for sporty thn rr 310 is the best : By Raman | 4 months ago
- Yes, It's suitable for you 😊 : By Archan | 2 weeks ago
- Yes of course, abit difficult as the you need to put your ankles up while standing still. But its manageable : By Rahul | 4 months ago
- Yes of course, abit difficult as the you need to put your ankles up while standing still. But its manageable : By Rahul | 4 months ago
- They don't donut under warranty.Even my rear alloy had a c***k just by going over a pothole and the bike is just 1&1/2 month old.I don't understand whats the matter with them. : By Supreeth | 2 weeks ago
- They don't do it under warranty.Even my rear alloy had a c***k just by going over a pothole and the bike is just 1&1/2 month old.I don't understand whats the matter with them. : By Supreeth | 2 weeks ago
- Get it done at the service centre for free under warranty, : By LIV | 3 months ago
- Nope : By Kishan | 2 weeks ago
- Wait for BS6 Version. TVS will work on the Engine and probably reduce the vibrations or update aesthetics a little bit. : By Kishan | 2 weeks ago
- Get the BS VI version : By SAI | 2 weeks ago
- I own the same bike, never ever go beyond 60kph before first service and keep the speed limit 80-90kph till 3000 Kms then and gradually train your dragon..to touch the sky... ;) : By Vishal | 1 month ago
- It better to run the bike for atleast 2-3K kms before touch the redline : By LIV | 3 months ago
- I took it on 135km/hr before first service, so relax brother enjoy the ride. : By Maninder | 1 month ago
- You will only fell vibration only after 90+ speed. that is also not much actually you will feel good that you are riding a heavy machine that will not bother you at all. : By NITISH | 10 months ago
- I didn't feel any kind of vibration or difficulty while switching gears, but of course, my top speed is just 90 kmph, and my average is between 45 - 60 : By Ralte | 10 months ago
- Very usual in TVS but not much in RR310 : By Tiny | 3 weeks ago
- U ll be feeling little bit of vibration at mid range n low range....u won't feel that vib if u use good gloves... But don't expect eh refined engines like Yamaha n Honda...ITS BMW...lil bit erotic... : By S | 1 year ago
- After 120 the vibes is bit more : By LIV | 3 months ago
- It has but not too much : By Maninder | 1 month ago
- We would suggest you to get in touch with authorized service center 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 : By Zigwheels | 1 year ago
- They have their own engine oil : By Maninder | 1 month ago
- Motul & TVS True 4 : By LIV | 3 months ago
- For the first free servicing i've spend around one thousand rupees, oil changed, etc. Until now i don't have any kind of problem whatsoever except for the fact that the RHS pilot lamp is not working since its around a month old. Its definitely a manufacturing defect, but didn't get any replacements or warranty news from the dealers, even though i've reported it way back. Chains, i've cleaned it regularly myself, no probs till now. I've done around 1600 kms, up and downhill everyday. : By Ralte | 11 months ago
- No...I don't have any problem with the chain...and the maintenance cost is 2.5k to 3k...and 3rd service also done recently on my bike. : By Sellvish | 11 months ago
- Yes....As @UP16_Rider said if you lube the chain regularly... you'll not face any problem with the chain : By Sellvish | 11 months ago
- For 1st service they charged me 2.5k, because of oil, tvs has now it's own oil.Speed, rpm nothing matter,it's not 100cc splendour, these bikes are already tested on tracks. I have done 130km/hr before first service. So, enjoy the ride 👍 : By Maninder | 1 month ago
- 1st service cost Aprox 1300 rupees. Actually RPM matter not the speed limits. it varies bike to bike. suppose it has 10000RPM so you have to keep the bike below 7000RPM so it would be better. still you can take 100 Km/h before 1st service. : By NITISH | 10 months ago
- Cost of first service is 1600rs ,speed limit is below 100kmph and it should be done in 1000km : By Sivakumar | 10 months ago
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TVS Apache RR 310 User Reviews
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Preferred For : Daily Commute
56% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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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.
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.
I brought apache 310 last year in Feb 2018 from very 1st day I got disappointed from the TVS bikes get heat a lot handle bars vibration seating position discomfort pillion discomfort annoying noises from the bike still I'm facing this all issues with the bike Damn Disappointed From TVS and Apache RR310.
I owned the bike for 4 months but I had a overall good experience with bike.Good handling, good mileage and perfect power delivery for touring.
WE BOUGHT IN OCTOBER 2018 FROM PATNA, GOOD mileage EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE, EXCELLENT BRAKE AND CONTROL, MARVELOUS LOOK,
I would like to see if you can help me with this as ♏ adds
Good for long ride batter thean Royal Enfield
I'm looking for the next bike bike is very good work and great service and good quality
Nice and good for locking, so many friends are having Apache bike.
instead of rc take rr 310 after 1 week you will start appreciating yourself for making good decision
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TVS Apache RR 310 Mileage
|ARAI Claimed||31 kmpl|
|User Reported||27 kmpl|
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