TVS Apache RR 310 ABS
Apache RR 310 ABS On Road Price
|Ex-Showroom Price:||Rs. 2.49 Lakh|
|RTO + Road Tax + Others:||Rs. 20,999|
|On Road Price Delhi :||Rs. 2.82 Lakh|
- Looks stunning, friendly handling, packed to the teeth with features
- Lacks performance compared to its competition, price to performance ratio isn’t spectacular
Key Highlights of Apache RR 310 ABS
312.2 cc Engine
Urban, Rain: 25.8 PS, Sport, Track: 34 PS @ 9700 rpm Max Power
Urban, Rain: 25 Nm, Sport, Track: 27.3 Nm@ 7700 rpm Max Torque
Bluetooth Mobile Connectivity
LED Projector Projector Headlights
Dual Channel ABS
Racing-Style Graphics Body Graphics
LED Turn Signal Lamp
Low Fuel Warning Lamp
LED tail lights
Digital Trip Meter
TVS Apache RR 310 ABS Overview
TVS Apache RR 310 ABS is the base variant in the Apache RR 310 lineup and is priced at Rs. 2.49 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This ABS variant comes with an engine putting out and of max power and max torque respectively. TVS Apache RR 310 ABS is available in 2 colours : Racing Red and Titanium Black. To know more about the Apache RR 310 ABS images, reviews, offers & other details, download the Zigwheels App.
Specs & Features of TVS Apache RR 310 ABS
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Self Start Only
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Two Piece Forged Handle Bar
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Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, 4-Valve, Reverse Inclined DOHC, SI Engine
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Urban, Rain: 25.8 PS, Sport, Track: 34 PS @ 9700 rpm
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Urban, Rain: 25 Nm, Sport, Track: 27.3 Nm@ 7700 rpm
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Dynamically controlled integrated high energy ignition system
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Performance and Fuel economy
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15.46 s @ 135.44 kmph
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Chassis and Suspension
Inverted Cartridge Telescopic Fork
Trellis frame, split chassis
Two Arm Aluminium Die-Cast Swingarm, Mono Tube, Floating Piston Gas Assisted Shock Absorber
Tyres and Wheels
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Front :-110/70-R17 Rear :-150/60-R17
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Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm
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Michelin Road 5
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Apache RR 310
- 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 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. It is equipped with a 312.2 cc engine that generates a max power of Urban, Rain: 25.8 PS, Sport, Track: 34 PS and a max torque of Urban, Rain: 25 Nm, Sport, Track: 27.3 Nm. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
- Ha...ha... what a kidding bro - not at all Daytona is 4 inline with super soundno comparison with any one - afterall am fan of Daytona
- Overall all problems are solved - like heating - vibrating - refined in BS6
- Contact to nearby dealer
- BS6 is better one
- If your all paid services are done, you will asked to do AMC card for your RR 310
- We'd suggest you to connect with the nearest authorized service center of TVS in order to get exact details regarding the prices and availability of spare parts. Click on the given link and select your desired city for service centers.
- Yes you can easily manuver through traffic with both feet on the ground
- Aftermarket exhaust are not allowed and you will be fined heavily for it of the police catch you. Delhi Karol bagh has lots of bike verieties and you can get lot of exhausts there.
- For this, we would suggest you to get in touch with the authorised service centre as they will assist you better with your concern. You can check service centres here.
- You may click on the following link and check out the available service centres in your city.
- It totally depends on the one who is riding. If the speed and riding style is moderate then one can easily achieve the goals. Other than this there is no exact number of kms that can be defined. Moreover, the travel limit completely depends on one's limit and capacity. Therefore we would suggest you to maintain a medium speed of around 50-60 kms so as to get a good riding experience.
- It has everything. you name the feature, and it will have it
- I have bs4, no idea abt latest bs6
- YEAH ALMOST 20 DEALERS IN BHOPAL, you must contact to buy your beast
- As per your requirements, you may go for TVS Apache RR 310. The TVS Apache RR 310 has always been a fairly quick motorcycle. Quicker than its Bavarian counterparts and almost as quick as the Austrians. The beauty of the RR has always been its great balance of everyday rideability, performance and handling prowess. At 100kmph in 6th gear, with the RR’s motor ticking away at 6000rpm, you can feel almost no vibes. It’s not a butter-smooth motor by any means, but you can easily sit at that speed all day long. Do take a test ride for better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
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- TVS Apache RR 310 comes equipped with Bi-LED projector headlights that offers great visibility and the spread is also decent. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - TVS Apache RR 310 BS6 Road Test Review
- TVS Apache RR 310 is priced at Rs. 2.45 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). You may click on the link and select your desired city for an estimated on-road price.
- For that, we'd suggest you to please visit the nearest authorized service center of TVS Motors as they would be able to assist you with the exact details after the inspection of your bike. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers.
- So y do you here
- As of now, there is no official update available from the brand side. We would suggest you to wait for the official announcement. Stay tuned for more updates.
- The after sales service would depend on the availability of service centers in your city. Moreover, you may connect with the nearest authorized service center for more details on the servicing of Apache RR 310. As for the comfort factor, the Apache RR 310 features a saddle height of 810mm which may not allow you to put your feet flat on the ground. For a better understanding of compatibility and riding comfort, we would suggest you to take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership. Read More: - TVS Apache RR 310 BS6 Road Test Review
- Among the three, we'd suggest you to opt for the Kawasaki Ninja 300 as the bike offer a comfortable seat for both rider and the pillion. It doesn't matter what side of the rev band you are in -- NVH levels remain smooth throughout, with next to no vibrations felt through the seat, footpegs or clip-ons. On the other hand, the Apache RR 310 also offers great ride quality. It feels pliant over broken roads and soaks up bumps without transferring judders to the rider or pillion irrespective of the speed. Moreover, comfort is something that is best judged personally, so we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding. You may click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
- Among the options, we'd suggest you to opt either the TVS Apache RR 310 or the KTM 390 Duke. The committed riding posture and stiff ride quality of KTM RC 390 restricts it for daily usage. However, if you're looking for a light, powerful, sharp-handling sportbike that'll help you hone your skills, the KTM RC 390 makes perfect sense. On the other hand, if everyday performance is your top priority, nothing offers the same sort of explosive acceleration and razor sharp handling as the 390 Duke -- in this price range or in a segment above. Even after the BS6 update, the 2020 KTM 390 Duke remains a well-rounded package tailor-made for thrill-seekers. As for the Apache RR 310, it is loaded with tech, making it the most technologically advanced motorcycle in its class. 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. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - TVS Apache RR 310 BS6 Road Test Review - 2020 KTM 390 Duke BS6: First Ride Review
- Slipper Clutch helps by allowing the clutch to partially slip until the engine speed matches your own speed. In normal clutches, the engine braking force is transmitted to the rear wheel via chain drive (or shaft drive) which causes the rear wheel to shake, jump or lose traction. Slipper clutch reduces sudden forces on the inside of the transmission but it does offer fee movement ability to rear wheel. Just like another non-slipper clutch bike, a bike with a slipper clutch will too stop while jumping from high gear to lower gear from high speed but the stopping time will be a bit more as compared to a non-slipper clutch bike.
- Maybe you have not changing gear @ right time
- Mostly you can take the bike home after booking. Finance rate depends on initial down payment. If you make a down payment of 1.8 L, for the rest 1.15 lakh, interest rate is just 7%. If you only make 20% as down payment, then interest rate is around 10-11%.
- You must contact to nearby dealer - & know about after sales & service
- Quill get within a week and Finance dwpwnda on the company
- I don't think so. If your height is about 5'10' or more, then maybe you can consider RR 310. Though the seating posture is not very committed as in case of RC 390, You tend to put a lot of pressure on hands and shoulders when holding handle bars. I don't think there will be any issue with back.
- Ha..ha.. ofcourse
- As of now, we haven't encountered any such issue with the Apache RR 310. The liquid cooled engine works fine and it’s GTT+ (Glide Through Traffic Plus) makes everyday riding easier. Moreover, it is advised to ride the new bike at economical speeds before the first service for better performance. If you are facing the issue frequently, then we'd suggest you to connect with the nearest authorized service center and they would be able to assist you better after the inspection.
- TVS Apache RR 310 and BMW G 310 R shares a lot with each other with their engine too. Both deliver similar power performance. 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. On the other hand, we didn’t expect to enjoy the G 310 R so much. But it’s a bike that’s absolutely a hoot to ride thanks to its great handling dynamics, decently punchy motor and incredible ride quality. It’s a very handsome machine to boot and put together really well, better than anything else in its class. Even its switchgear, for example, feels like it came straight from bigger Bimmers. It’s not without its share of problems though. It lags behind its competition when it comes to features, and the vibes really hold it back from being ridden at speeds that the engine can easily do. It still didn’t do enough to change our mind about its value proposition, which we still think is rather low. And on that count, the G 310 R remains a very nice bike whose price is just too difficult to fully justify. You may compare both bikes accordingly. Do take a test ride in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details. If we talk about Benelli 302S it hasn't been launched yet.
- Yes. But the moment the bike start moving quickly, it starts cooling. In hard stop and go traffic that is ok. If it's on a normal day with moderate traffic, then report it to the service center. Wear shoe whenever you are riding the bike. You'll never ever get a thought of engine heating in your mind.
- Yes, being a 310cc bike you will feel the heat while manoeuvring in traffic for a longer time. You might also feel the heat around your arms if it's the peak time traffic but no need to worry about that because it's normal and the heat won't make your uncomfortable.
- TVS Apache RR 310 is a sportbike but it gives you the experience of a big bike.
- Its Basic Model Super bike in 310 segment
- The issue could be anything so we would suggest you to visit the nearest service center and get it inspected. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest service center and selecting your city accordingly - Service Center.
- Contact to your Service station
- If you are planning to buy a new bike on finance, then generally, 10 to 30 percent down payment is required on the on-road price of a bike. However, exact confirmation regarding EMI, down payment, interest, loan period and its procedure will be discussed by the bank only, as it depends upon individual eligibility. We would suggest you to get in touch with the nearest dealership to get exact information. Click on the below-given link and select your desired city to get your nearest dealership details.
- In 2018 first booking amount as down payment now 2021 you pay & get this Basic Beast
- TVS Apache RR 310 feautres a 312.7cc, reverse-inclined, single-cylinder, DOHC motor developed by BMW Motorrad. The engine makes the same 34PS and 27.3Nm as it did in its BS4 avatar.
- TVS Apache RR 310 is available with two color options - Racing Red and Titanium Black. Selecting a color is a personal preference and also, you may consult with your friends or family for a better opinion. The red color looks ravishing while the black gives it elegant look.
- Actually bs4 black colour was too good looking but now bs6 titanium black is not looking good.
- For the availability, we would suggest you to connect with the nearest authorized dealership as they would be able to assist you with the test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
- Personally, I really didn't like the riding posture of Gixxer 150. I feel very comfortable on my Apache RR 310. So which posture is comfortable for long rides totally boils down to your interests. Im 5'10' and weight about 72 kgs, so I don't put too much weight on my hands. Also, I'll be little leaned forward. Very little. So I'm comfortable on RR 310.
- For long distance travel, the upright seating stance with center set foot pegs would be the perfect one. TVS Apache RR 310, on the other hand, boasts a aggressive/sporty riding stance.
- No, Apache RR 310 tail can be fitted in Yamaha R15 V3.
- In order to check the availability of a vehicle form your city, we would suggest you to exchange your words with the nearest authorized dealership as it depends on their stock. Check out authorised dealership details.
- Yeah..6-8 dealers in JAMMU
- No only black and red
- It is available now..
- Yes and. Bluetooth availability
- Already in the market
- I have booked that bike but loan side very highst interested
- What was the onroad price?
- What will be the cost?
- Especially Dealers have RR310 Service center
- Yes... Cochin Tvs
- Yes. It is a sports tourer
- Single drive good
- Am late to given this answer
- Jan 2020
- No wait for the bs 6engine mileage is 31km
- Not good BS 6 version
- I don't give you suggestion to changed silencer because it harm the Engine and effect the milage fo your bike .sir...
- TNT 300 have great exhaust sound - don't compare TVS RR 310 is funny City ride bike - @ very low mainitenance
- Don't do that, if you want more power & torque you must go on 4 inline Basic model
- At coming future changing in rules rto it cane be charged you
- Yes bs6 black dust color is coming
- Between 25.12.19 to 25.01.20
- Dekh bhai! Chalane wale k upar depend karta hai. Kharabi haar bike me hota hai. Track k liye bana hua bike ka power ka dega, kuch bhi cher char kar rha hai.
- Wait for BS6 Version. TVS will work on the Engine and probably reduce the vibrations or update aesthetics a little bit.
- Get the BS VI version
- Probably between Jan and Feb 2020
- 29to ,5
- If you compare it with ktm, r15 then RR310 has better riding posture. Rest ninja, r3 has same as rr310
- Rr have bit more aggressive posture than cbr 250r and yamaha r3.
- RR310 has better mileage. So it doesn't matter For daily ride
- See question
- Depends on your riding style. I usually try to stay at mid RPM, mostly stay away from the red line. For me I get City - 24Highways - 28
- City 18 and highways 25
- Its a killer look bhai in this segment
- It depends on your driving and your regular maintenance. I have just changed my rear chain and sprocket few months ago, and it had been over 8 years, I am using the same old one. Regular maintenance will increase your chain and sprocket life.Brake pads have less life compared to the chain and sprocket, and it depends on your driving condition, if you are driving in city you have used brake often. So change it after two to three months usage.You can get more info on my sitemyreviewadda.com
- Mine i have done 32k kms & still going good, it depends on how you ride and care for you bike
- I own a cb300r. Realistically speaking, you can cruise comfortable at 100-120kmph and get a mileage of 32. What more can you ask from a bike? I'm loving the refinement and the effort Honda has gone through to give the rider such a responsive bike. You can buy this with your eyes closed
- 90% gone, but you cant compare RR310 with HONDA, i think you got what i mean
- No traction control and no ride by wire and i think after market quick shifter can be installed
- Bhai i am amazed, a 2 lakh bike and traction control, sorry dont expect it on RR310
- No any one
- Forget RR310 & go for Dominar which is bets choice for your requirement
- It will be around 1700.00 in bangalore
- 2650 costed me
- 2450 approx
- Liquid cooled
- Liquid cooled
- Its liquid cooled
- Matte black is phased out so answer is no, but it is still in hands of tvs, may we can get rr310 in all three options sometime later.
- Nope only u will get is as the special edition later
- No idea
- No but if you ride on highways at moderate speed than it can
- 31 city mileage and 38 highway !! that's for me 😅
- Yup bro , my milage is 31kmpl
- Uncomfortable for long ride and plus if the pillion height is more then 5.5 then he/she will suffer
- Forget it for Long rides, for city ride you can manage
- Very difficult posture of pillion
- Yes bro...but you can complain to your service station, they solves
- Now 90% is fixed by TVS
- Ask this type of question to Google. We are here to answer actual question that are related to ride only.
- 11 litres
- I just completed by K2K 9000kms in july 2019, I am happy with the overall performance of bike,
- The Bs-6 variant is already undergoing testing and has been spotted doing so a few times. TVS is expected to make the new version to dampen more vibes and also improve power and torque figures to better compete with the new Baja Dominar. If you absolutely need a new bike right away, you can buy the current model which is still an amazing tourer (did several 1,000 kms rides on this baby) and awesome on track. If you want the extra power, newer looks, better graphics the new one will offer - wait 2-3 months (and also be prepared to shell out more). Speak to a TVS dealer near you and they may even offer more discounts on the outgoing BS4 models to reduce inventory so they can receive the new models.
- The BS-6 variant is already undergoing testing and has been spotted doing so a few times. TVS is expected to make the new version to dampen more vibes and also improve power and torque figures to better compete with the new Baja Dominar. If you absolutely need a new bike right away, you can buy the current model which is still an amazing tourer (did several 1,000 kms rides on this baby) and awesome on track. If you want the extra power, newer looks, better graphics the new one will offer - wait 2-3 months (and also be prepared to shell out more). Speak to a TVS dealer near you and they may even offer more discounts on the outgoing BS4 models to reduce inventory so they can receive the new models.
- Its a big subject cannot answer in a line
- The apache RTR 200 has a thinner 130/60/17 at the back and 90/90/17 tyre at the front.Upgrading the Tyre size may tamper the handling,mileage and performance of the bike
- I am not sure on RTR 200 V4 Tyre size, but RR310 has 17/60/150 rear tyre
- 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.
- 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.
- Get it done at the service centre for free under warranty,
- Its will be around 7k including labour, but mine has done 30K still going good for 5k more
- Contact to your seller / service center
- I don't know
- I m facing the same problem, its nothing to do with gears. its related to air fuel mixture. i tried this myself, cleaned the air filter n there is a connector on filter box. if it is corroded then it can hamper the reading. i cleaned it n then started the bike. it works for now. don't know whether this will happen again
- In BS6 all problem solved by TVS, i have also faced this same problem in 2018 when first launched, & also in first Service they cleard
- Yes it has happened with me also, it happens if the coolent level is low & also during bumper to bumper traffic rides.
- Frankly speaking, being a sports bike, its less family friendly than dominar, its uneasy and unsafe for females to put legs one side. If family compatibility is yoir priority go for dominar. In tems of mileage and style rr310 is better.
- If ur preferring for family go with dominarFor daily use and mileage rr310 is best
- Since family side dominor will be better
- Apache has best in it's segment console. Fully loaded information digital meter provides u very info. Avg., fuel economy, distance to empty everything
- Yes it has top notch instrument console
- Ya chain noise is there in 6th gear and there is a small amount of vibration in the seat and the footpegs, but both are negligible. Vibration is there only between 4 to 6k rpm. In the rest, the bike is very smooth.
- Own this machine from last 4 monthsNo chain noise. Vibration on high speed only. If ur budget allows u then go for ninja300 for more speed and less vibe
- Test ride the bike and take a call, dont go with the reviews given my half baked buns
- Yes it will, there is more seating space in RR310 compared to other sports tourers, for someone who is tall as in your case, can sit a little to back which will make your riding more comfortable. You can go ahead and take a test ride once if you're unsure. I'm sure you will love the bike. Good luck !
- Yes. You can comfortably get onto the bike and be in recommended posture for a sports tourer for a very long time.
- For sure you can do it easily
- Its all fixed now and no vibes till 120 speed
- There are some vibration but only when u r at high speed, rest little vibration are negligible Becoz of it's heavy sound
- Rr 310 is a good bike but if you are planning to buy this bike for use of touring then it may give you problem as brake lacks initial feel and feedback top end is not great but in city you get that nimbleness and a strong midrange styling of the bike is typical bmw as it made from collaboration with bmw and tvs If you are planning to buy it then I would suggest you once to consider rc 390 also
- Yes i can tell you can put your money on this bike no doubt
- Must buying if you decide to ride with good machine in 310 segment
- Yes, it has. U can remove it easily
- 1.Reverse inclined engine - gives short wheel base & long swing arm. 2. Ground clearance 180mm for a sport bike in this swgment. 3. Trellis frame - only ktm provides it. (Even Ninja 300, R3 gives Diamond frame only). 4.A good sport bike design from India.(Of course the engine is from bmw the frame bodywork is all TVS)
- 1.Reverse inclined engine - give short wheel base & long swing arm. 2. Ground clearance 180mm for a sport bike. 3. Trellis frame - only ktm provides it. (Even Ninja 300, R3 gives Diamond frame only). 4. A good sport bike design from India.(Of course the engine is from bmw the frame bodywork is all TVS)
- Abs barke ..
- Yeah I did K2K with out a single fall with Panniers and Top Box
- Forget it, I have done 167 on Yamuna Express way, with Panniers and Top Box
- Once you must visit of DOT Helmet Showroom - you forgot others helmet oriented by company
- Sorry they don't have
- There will be little problem as the leg will not set to the ground properly
- Yes, It's suitable for you 😊
- Yes of course, abit difficult as the you need to put your ankles up while standing still. But its manageable
- No it doesn't have that.
- Yup but not recommendable for touring.
- Yes it is
- Anybody 5'8" or above can ride it comfortably. Go for it
- Yes i can tell you can put your money on this bike no doubt
- Oh yes
- Well I am using speed petrol not for performance but just to keep the engine clean as they has additives to clean it off ...normal is what is recommended though doesn't have any difference in performance just engine life maybe better ..use hp or Bharath petroleum speed if necessary otherwise your good to go with normal petrol and good tire pressure returns a good mileage for the 310 bs6 it's 33 psi for from and back
- I go with the normal fuel, but its a choice to for super fuel
- First of all, you'll have to sacrifice something or the other to get something better. It depends on the rider, he skills and maintenance. My friend is 6.3ft, he never complained against his rc390. Bhai, chalane wale k upar hai.
- Rr 310 is not so comgortable for long rides you can just take this upto 100 to 200 kms ride not more than this after the ride your hands and back gets pains a lots for maintenance both will be equal but rr 310 maintenance is a litter costlier as compared to dominar 400
- Yes, you can take RR310 to long rides as well.I did so many long rides withoit any issues.I own a RR310 so I know about RR310 and the maintenance cost for RR310 is 2k to 3k....I think the maintenance cost will be almost same for the dominar....All this best!!
- See if you need a bike which is for city ride you can go with 200 4v. Because spending more money on rr you will get just more power and less comfort with low average if you want. A sporty bike you can go for rr 310
- Thanks a lot. It is helpful.
- Tvs rr 310 is one of the best in its segment its not a daily ride bike although its a racing bike inspired by ins mercy champion racing these bike engines are so powerful and with its sleek , sporty and muscular look this thing is beast
- The package is best in segment, ninja and r3 both are more expensive and only upper hands with them is dual cyclinder setup. Rest everything is assured in rr310, its a joy to ride and beauty for handling. Looks amazing altogether.
- I did my Kutch & Ladakh Ride with out any breakdown & damage to bike, i trust TVS for doing a great job
- Yeah as i know the vibes have come down by 90 %
- It have reduced a lot brother
- It doesn't mean whether buying them worth their pay that actually depends on the way and purpose you need a bike matters if you're the one whos gonna tour a lot need a bike for pleasure speed touring as well as daily commute and looks go for apache 310 rr but if you need pleasure daily commuteshort tours you can opt for sf 250both r good in looks but rr is a killer
- First thing is budgetBoth are best in there segments. Both are head Turner. Both has good power. If speed more sports looks matter then RR310, if not then 250 is not a bad option either
- Apache has more vibrations and maintenance cost then gixxer, if you are fine to live with it then nothing beats Apache, if not consider a cbr 250 and gixxer
- Neither bad nor perfect. As it's a sports bike. Posture is good but not for long hours. Can put specific amount of touring accessories. As compared to RE himalaya, RE, Duke 250,390,Dominor. These bikes has normal pillion seat as compare to RR310.If u r looking for perfect touring bike go for Himalaya or Dominor
- You cannot say perfect, but you need to do some mods
- Yes if Ur fit...
- Cbr250 and gixxer250 both has same power250cc, 26ps, 22nm and almost price you around 2.20(approx). CBR250 is out dated and gixxer250 is new in this segment with new updates.R15 is 150cc, 19ps,15nm and price you around 1.70(approx). It is best in its segment. Can achieve 150km/hr. Only drawback is it's riding posture.RR310, 312cc, 34.5ps,27nm ,2.60lacs beast with fully updated console, nice average, can achieve 170km/hr. Low maintenance, low service cost.So it's upto ur budget. Except cbr250r, rest of the bikes are best in it's segment
- I suggest rr310
- Go for r15v3
- 1. pricing RR310 2.27lacs ex price Ninja 2.99lacs ex price2.EngineRR310 single cylinder, 312cc,34.5ps,27nm, 170km/hr top speedNinja dual cylinder, 300cc,39ps,27nm,199km/hr top speed3.Digital consoleRR310 fully loaded fully digital with all the information Ninja basic information semi digital4.Comfort Both the bikes are very comfortable with nice riding posture 5. Safety Both have dual channel abs. Conclusion Ninja is a big brand, has more speed, good quality. Pricing is not pocket friendly so is the service and partsRR310, has a BMW's engine, speed is enough, built quality is also very good, head Turner bcoz new in the market. Low maintenance, low service cost, parts are easily available. So pocket friendly
- Based upon your budget, i felt like instead of going for least version of high end bike manufacturer, i can opt for high end of medium range bike manufacturer
- Ninja is better in terms of refinement. But service cost and availability of the parts is not there in Kawasaki
- No its gone
- Not now.
- Not shuir
- I am 5'8" and i have to put my ankles up, obviously the height is more for you, riding is ok but you will face difficulty in standing still.
- Nope👎🙅..... it's a little bit prblm
- You can ride but with some problems
- You can visit official TVS RR310 Website and find dealer and service network
- Yes, u can Google also to find suitable one
- 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)
- 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
- 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
- Yes 5 step adjustable
- Yes, it can be adjusted as per your need, the rear monoshock is mutistep adjustable.
- Yes, but there is no need to change it as it is perfectly adjust on good setting
- If it's clear road then no need to worry, moderate traffic then little uncomfortable near for legs but if it's too much traffic then it's radiator makes you more uncomfortable.
- Heat flows towards thigh... But it's not unbarrable .. so you can manage easily. It's a Jack of all trades.. with a decent mileage
- No issues, iam doing it daily, you will not feel the heat from bike.
- Hello Zigwheels, What do you mean by when you say the Catalytic Converter of Apache 310RR is located at the end of the exhaust pipe?To be specific; is it almost at the centre and under the belly (near footpegs and gearshaft) of the bike OR inside the muffler? Because I plan to buy this machine in recent time and personally, objectively - I find that bulky exhaust/muffler outright uggly in comparison with the rest of the design. I totally respect the ecological norms and I am not a fan of unnecessary bike 'noise', myself. But, is it possible to remove that bulky muffler altogether? Or could it be replaced with some custom, small muffler just like the on Yamaha FZ or FZs? With a really good looking bike like this; I would rather have a twin, slim mufflers on either sides of the bike, that almost curve inside and end under the pillion/tail. I don't wish t meddle with exhaust mechanism and BS6 norms. Just wanna get away with rather bad muffler.
- Dnt use any Exhaust sound for thsi 310RR - its Single cylinder - easy to ride to enjoy
- Actually i am looking to change my muffler alone the barrel so will there be any harm to my bike
- Yes, TVS has officially announced that the older model can also be equipped with the slipper clutch. It'll roughly cost around 5000 rupees.HAPPY RIDING 😊
- Yes, easily fitted and easily available. Cost you around 4100 with tax and ol
- Yes it can be fitted to your old rr 310 but it's going to cost around 4000rs
- Being a ninja owner is :)Ninja hv lesser vibrations n better topspeed due to its twin cylinder engineRr310 on the other hand is more comfortable n precise due to its upside down forks n well balanced riding postureRr310 provides better fuel efficiency tooRr310 hv better bi led lighting systemRr310 looks bigger n sexierRr310 hv better digital instrument consoleN finally value for money :) I can't imagine such a bike fr just 2.5 lakhs
- As both the bike has almost same comfortable riding posture. If we talk about performance Ninja is little ahead of 310 in terms of speed. Quality of both the bikes are same. But in some aspects 310 is ahead like the instrumental cluster, BI LED lights. If ur budget is around 3.50lacs and u want speed then go for Ninja but if u want updated bike with some good functionality, big looks and budget around 2.50lacs then go for ninja
- Both have the same riding position but ninja is much more refined and has a good punch than rr310, the only drawback in ninja is its service cost and it does not get any free service
- You can do so but what matters is to find the best one that suits you and grabrail should be the one that does not have any drill type installation (should not be in need of making a drill into the bike for its stability) since it will make your warranty out you may not be able claim any warranty
- There is no official accessory for that, but a customized piece can be installed in bracket, though i have never seen one but i believe it can be done with smart engineering.
- Can we Get the same grab rail which is installed in GS310 ? If so how ???
- Little efforts, may be you will not able to touch the ground properly but yes you can handle it bro. Below 5.5 is difficult
- In week , used to ... no tension
- You will face a little problem
- Modern guard u can install from outside. Modern guard means straight L shape guard not U type standard guard which u can see in normal bikes. You can check the installation on YouTube
- No idea
- No idea
- Dual channel abs is fantastic, usd forks are good as bike has minimal nosedive, cornering is excellent, handling is very good (i have driven my rr310 in heavy winds at 100+ speed and it doesn't get major deflections as i got on my friend's duke), and michelin tyres are grippy enough.
- It comes with the dual ABS and stand alarm the bike not gonna start unless u lift the side stand up
- 0 safety
- Rr310 is an all around bike with enough power and looks along with ride confort and less aggressive sitting position. If you are asking for duke 390, it is also a good and powerful bike but it lacks the sporty look, going with rc390 will add that but the sitting position is aggressive and not comfortable for long rides. Both duke and rc are slightly more powerful than rr310, but as i said it is all around bike.
- Ktm 390, as it has more bhp + compact aerodynamics. If u want big looking sports beast then go for 310, if u want small compact with top end speed then 390.
- 390!! But rr310 provides better cooling system, more comfortable fr long rides n good fuel efficiency too
- Almost yes but it depends on the way you maintain your bike and it is gonna be definitely good if you do have proper maintenance like cleaning and using chain lubes etc.
- Friends Apache 310 RR Maintenance cost.- 2500- 3000 RS.Also parts are very costly
- Yes very reliable and inexpensive(310rr)
- No. Bike height is not comfertable for u.
- Yes ofcourse.
- Aur kuch nai...... sirf awaaaj jyada aayegi....
- Is chain is not loose properly it affects the engine sparkling can happen and severe damages can take place
- It can affect engine and sprocket may damage
- U can little adjust the rear shocker not the seat height
- No its fixed. And don't let somebody misguide you that seat height can be adjusted by monoshock unit, because it can't.
- No options
- If you are asking for rr310, just read the manual, it has all sort of information. Infact as a reponsible owner you should read it once.
- 1000 kms on first service thereafter every 10,000 kms
- After 9 to 10 thousand km
- Just imagine the type of image and life style you would like to portray.you want to be seen as a quick, sporty guy , who can rides for passionor a person who is grounded, steady and stable ...make a choice based on these things. I also had similar choices, i chose 310rr
- If you are looking for a good tourer or a good commuter, then go for the Thunder Bird. If you are looking for a power monster which runs on the track then you can blindly go for the Apache RR310.
- Thunderbird 500x too worse a bike to be compared with rr310 in any terms!! Re 650 twins seems to be a better comparison!!
- First of all, the stock tyre on the Apache RR 310 is more than enough. If you are planning to change the rear tyre on your RR310, then just go with the stock size. However, you can go for a tyre size of 160 but going beyond that is not recommended. Wider tyres do not get of much use on the typical Indian roads. Coming to the next point, you will see an increase in pricing as more wider the tyre gets, more the price. So it is unnecessary to invest money on wider tyres. Moreover you lose some mileage as the tyre gets wider. I recommend you to go with the stock sized tyres. You can opt for tyres from a different manufacturer like Pirelli, Metzeller or the Apha H-1 from Apollo.
- First of all it is not needed, then the benefits you get are less than the troubles like drop in mileage, increased tyre cost and on indian roads you get it punctured frequently because these punturewalas delibrately throw nails on roads to get work, my rear tyre has three punctures in 3 months.
- Stick with stock tyre and if you plan to do off roading go for Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR, I have it and MY K2K ride was awesome with this tyre
- What i have seen the service cost for apache RR 310 is different at different places. The spare parts are ordered as per customer's requirement, if the service center has one that you need, they will provide it you.
- Cheaper from KTM and Yamaha
- Half of rc 390
- You can choose rr310 if u want sports touring bike...but if u want track bike thn go with rc390 ...it is on u ....rr310 is very comfortable bike but when u see the rc it is quite uncomfortable for daily ride
- I would say atleast 5.6 , and it entirely depends upon your need. RC 390 is kind of a much robust and high power performance machine while RR 310 is more comfortable than the other and best in its segment.
- If you are a very skilled rider, may be you can manage. But I don't think it will be comfortable to you, Particularly in city traffic. It is suitable for anyone about 5'8'.
- Yes you can . But 2 legs won't be flat on floor . you can manage. 310 is comparatively a big bike .
- No, but you can try your shoe height expand - just search in Amazon - easily you can get
- Definitely bro, overall you can enjoy ride
- Yea it is
- Yes, go for a non sports bike, something steady and less flippantOr else go for higher engine capacity and heavier sports bikes
- No no problem
- Go for a tourer, may be a gs310 or versys 300
- Yes you can handle
- Don't Know
- First of all kid, you're still 15 and you are not eligible to have a motorcycle license so better keep yourself to a bicycle. You can drive a motorcycle after you turn 18 and you acquire a proper motorcycle license. And this is for the fellow riders who suggested this kid that he can handle the bike, you people forget that he's a kid. Do not encourage kids to do something they should not do for their age and out of the rules. And kid, stay away from motorcycles for now because you might be behind bars for violating the rules and you might get into a serious accident if you do such things.
- U should try riding a more simpler bike for starters. once you gain more experience with riding bikes, then u turn to such powerful machines. Also, the parts and service and mileage would be expensive.Of course if the sole purpose is to be a chick magnate, it will turn you into one for sure !
- If u r under 18 then i will not prefer you for this because this is a super running machine and very powerful pickup without any racing experience i think you will not Handel it properly and this is so harmful for you
- I personally prefer Thunder Bird for long rides over the Apache RR310 despite owning an RR310. If you are new to a riding position like the one on the RR, then you cannot ride for long distances on it as you might experience pain at the shoulder joints. On the other hand, the thunderbird's upright seating position is perfect for long rides and it has more mileage than the RR with a slightly bigger fuel tank which means you need not stop for refuelling for every few hundred kilometers like on the RR310.
- Both are preferable on road long rides especially 310 designed for on roads journey but thunder is more convenient for off road and on road s but beast is inroad 310
- U will be more comfortable in 350x than rr bcoz of position but if u wish a fast long ride where u can cruise at 130 blindly go for rr
- Yes, but it also depends on how well you maintain it.
- Yes, you will get significant value
- Apache RR310 has dual channel ABS and the brakes are very good except they lack the initial bite.The Bybre brakes offer good feedback and you can be pretty confident at triple digit speeds also.However, disk brakes need more care than the regular drum brakes. You need to make sure to check the brake pads every few thousand kilometers as they tend to wear quickly when compared to the traditional drum brake setup. The brake pads on the Apache RR310 are also costly so keep these things in mind.
- Yes Braking is very good on the RR310. It's progressive and tight when you need it.
- Breaking is, too good I have ever seen.
- Dont misguide dear, rear monoshock will only adjust the stiffness you feel during bumps, it will not reduce or increase the seat height.
- A rider of 5'-5" can comfortably ride this machine. 2inches wouldn't create much problem. only thing is you need to make your own way of balancing the bike at stop.
- Please take a test drive and try to sit on bike by visiting nearest TVS dealership
- It depends on the individual choice. This is a fully faired sport bike with most aggressive looks like the RC's from KTM and looks more like a 650 rather than a 300.This bike is a head turner and one would definitely fall for its looks.
- Go to showrooms and see them personally, i like the rr310 looks than rc.
- Yes. No doubt it will still your heart. very awesome look.
- They will change the engine Oil on Alternate service. So if you have got the Engine oil changed on the 1st service than it will be changed on the 3rd service.
- 2nd service cost is only 900 rs and they are not supposed to change the oil and the oil filter.
- It’s about 1600rs and they change engine oil too which is semi synthetic
- 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 👍
- 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.
- Cost of first service is 1600rs ,speed limit is below 100kmph and it should be done in 1000km
- I would say Black As Black is always in trend , Red looks good until the bike is new. When the bike is 1 or 2 years old it won't look that good. P.S :- I own a Black one
- I am fond of RED and it depends on induvidual taste
- It's depend upon you. But Red is always a luxury and red will be more interactive you will get more attention. i have also Red one.
- Bhai i have a pannier & top box setup on my RR310 & i have done solo K2K this year, leaving back the himalayan in the himalayas, it a bike you can tune for touring also.
- Both bike are totally different. so it's depend upon you.
- I was surprised to see the dyno test results of RR310 and CB300R. CB300R has almost perfect linear power output across rpms. That isn't the case with RR310. I heard that Duke engines are also very powerful refined and linear. I didn't find dyno results of duke 390 anywhere. In terms of usability, RR310 is a class apart with all the ride modes, premium components etc. But for someone who can drive bikes faster and with good skill in riding, riding an RR 310 would never be so exhilarating.
- KTM's RC 390 is definitely the best performer because both power and torque outputs of the RC are higher than the RR310. However, you would be in trouble if you buy an RC390 for daily commute or long rides. The heat dissipation system in the RC is too bad to handle in the regular daily city traffic and the RC 's committed riding posture and the fuel tank capacity are a big negative if you are buying one for long rides. Apache RR310 will be the best performer for regular city rides and long rides while the RC will be the top performer if you are a track rider.
- Its completly bases on your using how u use this on track or road if u track racer u shoule go with rc 390 or u r go long distance u should go with rr 310. Because rc 390 is a completely track racer its poster very aggressive u can't use in it on highway gor long time.
- RC 390 and Ninja are more power full bike than RR310. But if you are looking for decent bike like in milage, comfort and price as well then RR310 is the best option. Coz RR310 ground clearance is good and suspension is little lighter so that is not good for cornering as RC390 but RR310 is more comfortable in city. So it's up to us what we like coz all three bike has three different look and different price tag as well. you can chose any as per your choice. if you are looking for good sport kind of bike in decent price tag then RR310 would be good choice.
- The most difficult qn...Rc 390 is a track bike ..if you like its roughness and love track don't choose any other....if you need top end power and smooth ride with heads going wherever you go..go for ninja 300..Apache for the superb engine and style...I will never leave an rc 390..if I need a track bike...in purest form.
- In terms of looks the order is as follows :Apache RR310>Kawasaki Ninja>KTM RC390.In terms of performance:KTM RC390>Kawasaki Ninja>Apache RR310.If you are ready to spend more bucks, then go for the RC390 because you cannot get a better performer than this beast.If you need a more balanced machine then Apache RR310 is the one.
- I am not facing any issue with the bike still i can feel new in that so i don't think it will give any problem in future. only you have to maintain it properly like you have to lube and clean your chain time to time and give for service when it need don't do delay in that.
- I've had the bike for more than 10months and I'm pretty sure it feels as good as new , no issues so far
- My bike is one year old and apart from slight vibs no issues at all.
- Don't compare with 2 cylinder engine with 1 cylinder vehicle.Always 2 cylinders engine is best in performance.I am using R3 for Daily commute around 30kms daily.And it's maintenance cost is also low..his will be your maintenance cost till your free labor cost upto 3 service. After 3 service add 2200+18% GST for Labour charge only. After 5000 kms Engine oil 1 liter = 425 for yamalube u will need 3 liters if you go for motul u will need approx 1800 After 10,000 kms Engine oil 1 liter = 425 for yamalube u will need 3 liters if you go for motul u will need approx 1800 Oil filter 440 Air filter 550
- How can compare twing with single..Both machines are entirely diff..Can't compare. I don:t recomment Apache. Go for f3. You won't be disappointed that I can assure you. F3 can be used for both touring nd daily purposed. If you're a tourer don't think tooooo much go and get it...
- Apache is an affordable bike and it is kind of sports toures(r3 is better in touring). If you compare maintanence cost i think there wont be any much of a difference but in terms of price r3 is double the amount compare to apache
- I think no.
- Yes, he/she can.
- Officially TVS has not announce yet but it may come in blue with the name of Akula but not sure.
- Only 2 colours are available till now there is no official news from tvs regarding colour scheme
- Probably I don’t think Tvs would manufacture in other colour scheme
- Thanks for your help everyone, I went head and bought it and it's great. Manageable for my height and it's not that heavy. The lack of rear grabrail on one side is the only issue.
- Bro..m also 5.7 - but i havent any problem while pulling out from uneven parking
- Weight of the bike maybe an issue. The seat is 810mm, meaning person at 5'7" should have no problem touching the ground on both legs.
- If i'm not mistaken, the seat height of YAMAHA R15 V3 is slightly higher than of the RR 310 (by about 5 mm). But , plainly speaking, the RR is much much more comfortable for the pillion rider.
- Above 800mm
- 810 mm
- I've previously owned a Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi, and had checked out RS 200 too. I love the RR310 in every aspects more than the RS200
- RR310 is better than RS200 in acceleration, power and look.
- Rr 310 is better for you u dont have to compare rs200
- Again it's depend on you. RC390 is more power full coz it has 90 cc extra. and price is also little high. RR310 is better than RC390 in compare of price, milage, performance and mostly look wise and top speed is almost same RC390 is competitor of RR310. so yes RR310 is better than RC390 if you are looking for a good sporty bike in decent price.
- In power and top speed rc is better, but difference is little, you wont be disappointed. Rest, the rr310 is ahead of rc in terms of ride comfort, handling and mileage, and it looks uber stylish.
- Yes. Apache RR310's instrument cluster is one of the best instrument clusters on any Indian bike till now. You have a gear position indicator and you have a lot of info in that cluster like lap timer, 0-60 timer, lap recorder, range, mileage, etc.,.
- Yes this model have a gear shift indicators it will be shown on cluster
- Yes it does have a digital gear shift indicator
- 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
- 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.
- 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
- Very usual in TVS but not much in RR310
- Just make it, 3.20 L. Get an interceptor. A very refined experience, touring ability, better top speeds all are possible with ease. Apart from that, modifications after warrenty period, resale value and you can pass it on to the next generation. One officer in my office, own a bullet. He's been riding it from past 20 yrs. That's great thing.
- Svartpilen 250, Dominar 400, Duke 250, RR310 are some of the best bikes under 3lac ex showroom. All of them are good and powerful as well you can test drive them and chose according to your riding requirments and features
- Answer for these kinda questions differs from person to person, and i'll give my answer in a non-technical way :-DAs for me, i love fully faired sportbikes but with comfortable riding posture, i prefer higher cc's having good pick-up (torque) to lower ones 'coz i live in Mizoram, very steep roads everyday, etc. so i choose the RR 310 in this range. :-) Simple.
- No ...because no more space between handle or tank so u dont do any modification in handle
- Yes its completely sporty look
- 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.
- 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.
- Hiii price jam Kro
- Are you sure becouse the rider seat height is 2 feet 7 inch . then how come the pillion seat height be 2feet 6 inch ?
- Pillion seat is much better then ktm rc or r15 v3
- 810 mm is the pillion seat height of RR310.
- You will feel it after 100+ speed
- No, you won't even fell. you will feel like you are riding a heavy machine. it's a good feeling.
- You can identify at the starting days, after 4 to 5 rides you won't feel vibrations..
- They say it's fixed but they can't...i have given my bike for service for many times and asksled them to fix that f*****g vibration on handle bar..but they can't
- Yeah 90% of Vibes is fixed, but you can feel the vibes after 100+ speed
- No... not possible to fixed.. it's manufacturing defect
- May be you will face some back issues as it's have little aggressive posture, rest everything is well good. Mileage is around 25 30kmpl in city.
- Yes. you can go for it. milage is better as it has 312cc. In city you will get 25 kmpl and in highway you will get 32 kmpl.
- Buy a splender, noob!
- Rr has very less vibrations when compared to its competitors like rc 390.and yeah european engines aren't that much refined as japanese but performance would be great.
- 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...
- After 120 the vibes is bit more
- Use amsoil 15w50 for 310. It is the best oil you can buy till date. Bike will become super smooth.
- They have their own engine oil
- Motul & TVS True 4
- 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... ;)
- You can take it to top speed. This is myth that you have to wait for the engine to cross certain kilometers
- Never do this as the engine pretty new and after 3 to 4 services you can take it to its limit
- Yes ofcourse almost 99% all problems are solved in BS6
- Display complain after 24000 km
- Its not a first bike kind of bike. one should be an experienced rider to enjoy this bike, else you can hurt yourself. it has good power and excellent brakes. you should start learning on a 100 c c bike
- Yes its best for a first timer, as it is not like Duke I mean power
- Yes in black new one is GLOSSY BLACK - looks ossm...while RED is same in BS6
- Yes you have got the new Glosssy Black
- No...The new color schemes will available after a year or so according to rumors...
- Hi Anoop! As of now I am getting 36kmpl which is a blend of city and highway traffic condition. On long rides it is very good and stable at high speed and of cource, it is not good for pillon rider. You may feel some amount of vibration at high speed. I went on a long ride from bangalore to madikeri and it was giving me 40kmpl but then dropped down to 36kmpl post crossing 90kmph. I have done only 2500kms in this bike. Till now there is no breakdown issue. It is like the bike loves cornering and touring :D
- City rides under moderate traffic I get about 28 ...never experienced any breakdown so far and moreover I haven't travelled more than 80 kms at a stretch So I'm not quite sure about long trips
- I have about 52 KMs of travel everyday from home to office and back. I am currently getting 32-33 KMPL with clocking speeds of upto 127 KMPH. Speeds range b/w 40 KMPH and 80 KMPH on an avg.
- I am getting around 36kmpl as of now which is a blend of highway and city traffic. It depends on the way you are driving. It is stable and comfortable but yes there will be some amount of heat dissipation near thigh and ankle which should not bother you much during high traffic condition like it may in duke 390 or RC 390. The radiator fan will turn on number of times to cool the system and you can easily hear it. Even after switching off the engine it will run for few seconds which is good for cooling the system efficiently.
- I get a mileage of about 28 approx in City in semi traffic condition and yes I feel very comfortable , except during heavy traffic where it gets heated up pretty bad
- In semi traffic , i am getting a mileage of 27 kmpl but if you talk about high traffic , it gets heated up damn high.
- RR 310 is a vibration less bike. Apache RR310 is very comfortable for daily use sure. Milage is between 30to 35
- Hi Chirag, I am using this bike from past two months, this bike is very good for daily commute. feeling vibrations at handle bar during 2000 rpm - 4000 rpm, display reading shows as 31 kmpl mileage
- Vibration bohot hoti hai......worst bike of tvs.....apache ke naam doobadiya...don't buy this bike...useless bike...
- I am 5.11 and it is absolutely comfortable. It should be for you as well.. but it depends person to person and there expectaion. I would sugest you going for long test ride :)
- Very easy to ride & you feel very lighter to ride it...enjoy
- You can fly, best suited for 5.7 and above
- Bro, mumbai is metro, & nowadays all showroom have Trial / Test Ride Bike
- Visit TVS Apache RR310 Website & book a test drive
- Nearest dealer where you stay
- Accessories are under development, by next month middle, after market accessories should be available. I had a talk with two karol bagh guard makers, they informed so...
- I have heard abt after market stuffs, but not tried anything till now
- Maintanance is much cheaper than dominar. Performance is good.
- Both are different type of bikes, it depends on your taste and usage
- Of course Apache
- You can approach a TVS dealer near you, hope they will help you
- Down payment is 35% to 40% of total amount
- This is only possible when your city delar have the option to exchange
- You need to visit the nearest TVS showroom and make a deal
- Definitely you go ahead & trial of RR 310 & exchange your 2004v
- The problem is that not all humans have perfect leg and torso proportions. I have a 5\'7\' friend who can\'t put both his legs down from a pulsar. So also understand that its not just about putting the feet down you\'ll need atleast 10 mm more to pull the bike back as well. So buy it if your inner leg length is 810 alone. Cuz once you put your money out you won't get a refund.
- How much height can the saker be reduced to?
- 5.5, less then that will not be comfortable
- I did my K2K in July 2019 9000kms & delhi to bangalore no stop in 38hrs, hope you got the answer
- I think lack of service centeres for RR310 is an issue for such long rides, especially Ladakh
- Sure. Basically RR310 is tourer, its seating position is very comfortable.
- No bhai don't think of it
- It's not good for one sided riders. Since seat is high, even pillion feels scared.
- Pilion seat is uncomfortable of this bike for long ride.
- Chain lubing after every 500 kms is a must. If you drive sanely, I mean, accelerating the bike in a linear manner, maintaing 70 -80 kmph on empty roads accelerating hard only when you can go the distance, mileage will be around 36-38 kmpl. Apart from these, I don't think there will be any regular maintenance costs. Engine oil change, brake pad change, coolant change are common maintenance things.
- 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.
- 5000k only
- So far its 5k.. but it depends on dealership. For me it was 10k from where I bought.
- It is depend on dealer or finencer
- Please note that the price I mentioned is from bangalore, Karnataka as I am one of the customer who bought this bike. It will not be same in other state depending on the road tax. To be more accurate its somewhere around 2.76 to 2.78 Lakhs depending on dealer.
- Na in bangalore it is 2.92lakhs on road with 1+4 insurance
- On Road price is around 2.8 lakhs in Karnataka. Nobody would like to go more than 3l for this bike they would prefer Ninja 300 or RC 390.
- No the ventilator r shaped in such a way that the heat passes from gaps of ur below thighs
- No there is no heat problem
- Yeah...even during short trip the heat dissipating is emmence.
- Yes it is good for beginners. I switched from 110cc scooty to this bike without having much prior experience with even 200cc bike. It doesnt have that power to scare you like riding duke 390 as a beginner saying. But yes it will give you very good feedback post crossing high rpm or in power band.
- I learnt to ride in my rr310. so i would say it is a good bike for beginners. just go easy on the throttle.
- First 1 2 months understand ur bike, then play with ur love and enjoy it
- A 300cc motorcycle may not be a perfect choice for daily commute, if you ride it just to your work place and back home. Motorcycles with such higher power would be better for long rides, however if you are a bike enthusiast and you have your pockets full and you've decided to spend money, then definitely you can go with the Apache RR310. As a proud owner of this bike, i suggest you to buy it only if you are willing to bare the expenses. If you are on a budget and you want a bike for daily commute which also has some raw power in it, then you can choose bikes like Duke 200 or 250, Bajaj's RC200, etc.,.
- This bike is much exclusive to be ridden everyday. It gives you a new persona and lots of attention. I persoanlly feel good every time i ride it because of its quality components. Though you can ride it daily, without any issues. But its a sports bike and not like normal commuter where one likes to pick groceries on the way ;-)
- No bro
- Definitely pulsar220 man, have you seen the design of it. Apache looks dumb in front of pulsar. Pulsar 220 can go faster and accelerate faster than RR310. Pulsar is definitely a beast.(WAS THAT AN ANSWER YOU WERE EXPECTING). First of, Apache is costlier than Pulsar, more performance, style, bigger engine, top speed, acceleration, features. Anyday Apache RR310😍😍
- RR310 is Killer look bike & the quality of parts is far better than bajaj,
- Budget matter. No comparison btw both the bike. I have both in my garage.
- Now with the new law forget it, lead a peaceful life with stock exaust
- Akrapovic has launched an exhaust for 310rr. Price is 54 k
- Yes you can change exhaust. Mileage not effected
- Service interval like - every 4-5 months you must do service, In Paid service - if all are normal then - approx 3000
- Service interval is 5000Kms and oil change is 10K kms, 3 free service by Tvs
- 3 free services, free means no labour cost, rest u need to pay. 10000km is interval, it ll cost u around 2.5k
- I am getting 37kmpl. In Bangalore traffic condition like tin factory and whitefield road with some blend of highway strech. I would love to see the figure in 40. 39kmpl is the max mileage that I have achieved till now after 1st service. It depends on the way you drive.
- THAT IS THE INDIAN DREAM BROTHER , POWER AND MILEAGE DOES NOT COME TOGETHER
- No way Max would be around 33kms
- You need to learn how to position yourself while driving this bike.. you cant drive this bike unless you understand its dynamics.. once you understood you can go up to 300-400 Kms in a day without any hussle.( I DID Many Times) If someones seating position is not right even 50km will give sever pain and numb palms .. This is Solo tourer sports bike.. if you just need tourer bike..go for Dominar.. I need both so chosen this bike..as I do go on long rides but majority of time I enjoy sporty ride in streets :) there is an article on TVS site on learning how to drive this bike that will really help u to take this bike on long rides.
- I m 5.9, i took it to mt.abu i.e.,1800km up down. I felt no pain on my shoulders, arms but ya i do felt lil pain on my butts after continuing riding of 300km. Yes it do have vibration but u can ignore it against it's positive points
- Vibrations r Thr but if ur buying new edition o if u got upgraded of ur old Apache rr 310 Eden no problem u can use for long rides
- No bro I don't recommend this bike for daily commute,
- No. After some time you feel disappoint on your decision.
- Yes manageable.
- Now TVS has done a good job and it is reduced by 90%
- 2019 models are now updated, vibrations are very much less. Only feel on high end speed
- If they go to long journey with it then yes it vibrates.
- Best looking Sports Tourer I can tell, Killer Looks, I love it
- What's the top speed of rr310?
- The Ninja performs very well than the RR. But that doesn’t mean RR310 doesn’t perform well. RR gives you a good ride experience where as Ninja gives you a power packed feel in this segment. It does have a lot of difference comparing single cylinder vs twin cylinder. So I would say if you can afford ninja 300 over RR 310. Go for ninja 300. I give this answer based on bs4 ninja 300. Let’s Hope the best in Bs6 version.
- Premium twin feel- Ninja 300Premium single cylinder- RR310Maintenance is cheaper in RR310. Kawasaki doesn't have free services, should spend 4-5K for a full service. Whereas RR310 will be done within 2- 2.5k max. for the first 3 free (without labour charge) services, may cost 500 more after the free ones. However spare parts of both the bikes are great quality and costly too. Mileage is better in RR310 (27-38Kmpl) against Ninja 300 (21-27Kmpl) depending on riding style. Both are sports tourers. Tank capacity is more in ninja than the RR (17Ltrs>11Ltrs). Ninja tops around 185kmph whereas RR310 does about 165kmph.
- If you want features, looks + a good power and updated vehicle according to the market standards, go for RR310. If you want raw power and have 50k extra to spend then go for Ninja. Its old school and has far less features than RR310.
- First of all, it depends on your age and how habitual you are of bike riding, i have did long tours and didn't feel any sort of pain, though the hard clutch takes a toll on left hand. Further, on open roads i just push myself back on seat and duck to rest my body on tank, this makes it even more comfortable for me.
- I am use to this riding posture, I have ridden R15 V2.0 for 5 years, hope you got it
- Absolute feel shoulder pain & back pain, while ride in long distance
- Its depends on your usage, city, touring, what you need it for, I am using it only for touring, and have done my own mods for panniers and top to make it a complete tourer and have done two big ride Kutch ride 6k Kms and K2K ride 9000kms this year
- U do feel vibration but according to feature wise it has best in segment features according to the pricing. Rest u can go for ninja300 if ur pocket allows
- Yes it is totally worth buying...The engine have little vibrations on early stages but after some time it gets refined
- Frankly speaking, this bike is not built for that purpose, long rides for pillion is not very comfortable as seat dimension and sitting posture along with limited pillion support is not suited for long commutes. Though long commutes can be done but will not be as comfortable as tourer bike.
- Don't try to do that it will break his /her hips as seat is not very big and after riding for some time pillion will be uncomfortable
- Pillion sit is uncomfortable basically it is for a single rider but pillion will start feeling uncomfortable after 1 hour of sitting
- 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
- If you can handle aggressive riding posture on r15v3 then close your eyes and go for it.if you are afraid of back pain then go for mt 15
- Yes non switchable & now bike is sold with Slipper clutch, mine doesn't have, but we can upgrade it @ Rs,5500.00
- Yes. It comes with dual channel ABS and Slipper Clutch.
- Apache is better for it's worthy price but if you want premium performance and better power than go for the r3 if your budget is more otherwise Apache is still a worthy option in this price
- Price matters
- Apache is better
- It's over all performance is excellent. i was riding this bike from past 4 months and i did not find any difficulty. service cost is also good not high. it is giving milage 25 to 26 in city and 35 to 36 in highway. it is very smooth and pickup is very good. easily it is going 140 plus speed acceleration is good. it is comfortable for rider but not for the pillion.
- Performance is not a issue on rr310 you get more than enough grunt and t****t from motor but if you compare it with rc 390 then yes it definitely it lack in that punch and sharp handling
- It's a collaboration engine by TVS and BMW so it is a it's a perfect hit between efficiency and performance
- I am not a speed freak, I have got this bike for touring purpose bro.
- 7 - 8 seconds depending on rider and wind direction
- May be 15 to 25
- Both bike has different perspectives.. if you looking something aggressive at the same time daily computable then go for d390 ..if you are looking sometime more eye Catchy , linear spreding, aerodynamic machine then go for RR310 ... Both will be good but RR310 parts are slightly on the higher side though periodic maintenance is cheap . I would suggest test drive both & feel which one will be more compatible to you . And @Rishab you are wrong d390 can easily wash out RR310 any day
- Let’s break it If you want speed, mileage, looks, techie console, fairing, tours not longer than 300km as tank is only 11litres means more fuel stops, no pillion solo ride, RR310If you want beast, adrenaline rush, raw grunting power, top class feature, low mileage doesn’t bother , long tours, upright seating position, bit better pillion seat, and those orange wheels go for KTM sure to get goosebumps if you’re riding it for the first time.
- In terms of outright performance, in comparison with RC 390, RR 310 doesn't hold a candle. But in terms of usability, yes, RR 310 is at its best. And, the gorgeous looking bike. The concept of ride modes is the bike's biggest usp. You can also think about buying a second hand ninja if possible. All three are very good bikes.
- Akula is the concept version of RR310. Akula has a more aggressive design but that's just concept. RR 310 is the real thing.
- Concept & final product
- Not cambair 2
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Tvs apache rr 310 is just amazing it looks like ducati and gives a big bike feel.It gives great seating positions and suspension.It has good pickup and nice breaking and abs system.If you like long ride so this is the best bike for you.Its maintenance cost is not so much high.
Not a good buy to buy if you expect service.Very poor response.Service person will respond.But why a field concern has come.These many issues.
The vehicle sevice is the worst.They do not even know how to handle the issue.Bad product.No customer satisfaction.
Sub standard product.The make itself is very bad.No trained service person.I don't why tvs is doing so.
Very bad service.No customer satisfaction.The service person don't know what to do.Why after sales team should suffer.If the product quality is not good.
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.
RR310 from engineers of BMW and TVS combined is amazing machine which is more versatile suits touring and track machine. the only biggest concern is that you will never get a test ride or even a display motorcycle for you to have a seat and check how better it suits you. all you need to do is book the vehicle get your vehicle and test ride it whether you like it or not you have to book the bike get a test ride. and TVS also claims the motorcycle to be the premium of their bikes and so they refuses to provide you any test ride also some dealers behave rude when you ask for. I personally experienced and also found some more of my friends experienced the same.
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. ;)
To be frank, Im so happy that i own a gorgeous looking machine.But as it's a bike and it has to show some performance, Im not so happy with it.At times i feel that my friend's duke 200 is more powerful.But the ride modes do that the job perfectly.There will be a very clear change in performance in different modes.Chain maintenance is a bit of a problem.After every 500 kms you are due to l**e the chain.Change in bike's response will be very evident if you don't l**e the chain.
Never fails to grab attention, anywhere. I'm really proud to own a truly world-class 'Made In India' motorcycle. Quite powerful & with the slipper clutch very easy to ride in or outside the city. But despite being positioned as a sports-tourer, hardly any touring accessories are available even after the update, making it hard to take it for longer rides. C'mon accessories manufacturers... if you can make it for Dominar, why not for RR 310. Please..!
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