• Q. Hi, just want to upgrade it is good to buy TVS Apache RR 310, BMW G 310 or Benelli 302s. Kindly help I am really confused.

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    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    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.

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