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  • Q. Hi, what's the mileage? Is this bike reliable on long rides like are there any cases of breakdown - Apache RR 310?
    Rakesh
    Rakesh | 11 months ago

    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

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    Aashish
    Aashish | 11 months ago

    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

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  • Q. Apache RR 310 or Bajaj Dominar 400 which is best? 1.Daily usage,2.family side,3.mileage wise and stylish look?
    Rahul
    Rahul | 3 weeks ago

    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.

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    Akshay
    Akshay | 2 weeks ago

    If ur preferring for family go with dominarFor daily use and mileage rr310 is best

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  • Q. Is 310rr comfortable for sitting if there is back pain already and how is handling mileage and can I buy it
    Maninder
    Maninder | 1 month ago

    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.

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    NITISH
    NITISH | 7 months ago

    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.

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  • Q. What mileage do you get in city? and is it comfortable - Apache RR 310?
    Rakesh
    Rakesh | 11 months ago

    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.

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    Aashish
    Aashish | 11 months ago

    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

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  • Q. Is it possible to get a mileage of 40+?? If yes, how - Apache RR 310?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Well, not really. We ran the Apache RR 310 through our standardised tests and in city traffic conditions it returned 31kmpl, the bike not exceeding the 50kmph mark. On the open highways, it managed better efficiency numbers, returning 35.9kmpl while maintaining a speed limit between the 90-100kmph mark. This, in our books, is an admirable figure for a 300cc motor. Moreover, in order to improve the mileage, we would suggest you to drive slower and avoid sudden acceleration. Driving fast can reduce your fuel efficiency by up to 33%. It is best to change gears appropriately and match the gear and the RPM carefully. The tire pressure should be checked at least monthly because properly inflated tires can improve fuel efficiency by up to 3%.

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    Rakesh
    Rakesh | 1 year ago

    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.

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  • Q. I have Apache 180 and i use it for daily commute. I want to change my bike bike coz it got a lot of vibrations and mechanical issues. Does RR 310 also have vibration problems? Is it comfortable for everyday use? Also how much mileage can we expect in Mumbai Traffic?
    Albin
    Albin | 2 weeks ago

    RR 310 is a vibration less bike. Apache RR310 is very comfortable for daily use sure. Milage is between 30to 35

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    Naveen
    Naveen | 10 months ago

    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

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  • Q. Really TVS Apache RR 310 will give 35 mileage in one litre?
    Gaurav
    Gaurav | 1 day ago

    No but if you ride on highways at moderate speed than it can

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    Rajath
    Rajath | 3 days ago

    31 city mileage and 38 highway !! that's for me 😅

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  • Q. Can we change the exhaust? If we change how much would be the mileage - Apache RR 310?
    LIV
    LIV | 2 weeks ago

    Now with the new law forget it, lead a peaceful life with stock exaust

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    Sagar
    Sagar | 12 months ago

    Akrapovic has launched an exhaust for 310rr. Price is 54 k

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  • Q. How is bike treating you in terms of overall performance...like vibration.. mileage...etc - Apache RR 310?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The engine feels almost vibe-free between 3000rpm to 4000rpm, and this is good because you will find yourself in that rev range for most city riding conditions. However, rev it harder and the vibes start creeping on to the handlebars and foot pegs. The claimed mileage is 31kmpl which will vary as per your riding style.

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    LIV
    LIV | 2 weeks ago

    I just completed by K2K 9000kms in july 2019, I am happy with the overall performance of bike,

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  • Q. How is the performance of your rr310?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    TVS being actively associated with racing in India. From its immense learnings from the track have incorporated it in its Apache series of bikes - the latest of them being the RR 310. In terms of performance, the bike draws power from a 312cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor that puts out 34PS at 9700rpm and 27.3Nm of torque at 7700 rpm. A 6-speed transmission transfers power to the rear wheel via a chain drive. The RR 310 is also one of the best aerodynamically packaged bike in its segment and has the lowest drag coefficient. For more details may check the link. https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/tvs-apache-rr310-first-ride-review/29309/

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    NITISH
    NITISH | 7 months ago

    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.

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