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Here's What Else You Can Buy Instead Of The BS6 TVS Apache RR 310

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  • Jan 30, 2020
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The Apache RR 310 not quite doing it for you even in its BS6 iteration? Have a look at these options in the same price bracket

 

The BS6 TVS Apache RR 310 ups the ante by offering a host of new features, power modes, better tyres and updated mechanicals, all without compromising on performance. Best part: it only costs Rs 2.40 lakh (ex-showroom, pan India), just Rs 12,000 more than the BS4 model. But if you still aren’t convinced with the idea of getting one for yourself, have a look at these options in the same price bracket that make a compelling case for themselves. 

 

Honda CB300R - Rs. 2,41,989

The Honda CB300R is a compact little streetfighter with looks to kill! It feels lively both in the city and out on the highway and a whole lot of fun around corners. It's reliable, built to last and feels premium. The bike comes equipped with LED lights all around, a digital instrument console and weighs in at just 147kg (kerb). Moreover, the seat height of 800mm is accessible for riders of all heights while its straight bars ensure an upright riding posture. You can read more about the CB300R in our comprehensive road test review.

Also Read: Here’s What TVS Has Changed On The New Apache RR 310

 

KTM RC 390 BS6:  Rs. 2,48,075

If you’re a sucker for power and precision, the KTM RC 390 makes sense. It’s the perfect track tool for enthusiasts looking to hone their skills. There’s more than enough power to play with, a chassis that exudes confidence, and premium mechanicals that are second to none in its segment. That said, it takes an expert hand to get the most out of the bike. So it’s less forgiving than the RR 310 and also a lot less comfortable.  

 

Benelli Leoncino 250 - Rs 2.5 lakh

Then there’s the Benelli Leoncino 250. A neo-retro motorcycle, much like the CB300, however, with Italian genes that’s bound to draw attention. It’s sleek and compact and feels more like a premium commuter than can also handle long rides. The Benelli Leoncino 250 isn’t designed to carve corners or obliterate competition. What it does well is put a smile on your face as you zip down narrow city roads. More on the baby Leoncino here.

 

KTM 390 Duke BS6 - Rs. 2,52,928

The KTM 390 Duke is the closest rival to the RR 310 in terms of features. It packs a full-colour TFT screen, ride-by-wire throttle, a bi-directional quickshifter, Supermoto mode and enough power to out accelerate your competition. To add to this, it’s more comfortable to ride than the RC 390 and better equipped to take on sharp corners. 

Also Read: 2017 KTM 390 Duke BS4: Road Test Review

 

Royal Enfield Interceptor BS6 - Rs 2,64,919 

Agreed, this is a bit of a stretch in terms of cash, but there’s no replacement for displacement, is there? And the sweet 648cc parallel-twin engine beating inside the Interceptor needs mentioning. Refined is an understatement, especially considering it’s a Royal Enfield -- bikes that are known for being notoriously vibey. The riding posture is spot on, barring the narrow seat. And the engine is capable of maintaining triple-digit numbers all day long without breaking a sweat! An extremely likable motorcycle overall with neo-retro styling that’ll be appreciated even by millennials. We’ve put the bike through its paces and here’s how it fared.

 

All prices ex-showroom, Delhi*

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  • joshy
    joshy | 5 months ago Its ninja 300 for more refinement....second KTM RC 390 for power... 0 Reply

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