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TVS Apache RR 310The TVS Apache RR 310 motorcycle with a price tag of Rs. 2.40 Lakh. It is available in 1 variant and 2 colours. Powered by a 312.2 cc bs6 engine, the TVS Apache RR 310 has a 6 Speed gearbox. The TVS Apache RR 310 has Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes along with ABS. Over 140 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for TVS Apache RR 310.

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Key Specs of Apache RR 310

Engine312.2 cc
Power34 PS
Torque27.3 Nm
BrakesDouble Disc
Tyre TypeTubeless
ABSDual Channel

TVS Apache RR 310 Highlights

The TVS Apache RR 310 received a substantial update as part of its BS6 transition. Its design remains the same but the Apache RR 310 gets a new colour and livery along with new features like a colour TFT screen and rider modes. Despite the BS6 transition, power and torque figures remain unchanged. Upderpinnings remain unchanged as well save for premium Michelin Road 5 tyres. The updates increase retail price by Rs 12,000 over the BS4 Apache RR 310's retail price of Rs 2.28 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

 

TVS Apache RR 310 Price:

The TVS Apache RR 310 received its biggest update with the BS6 transition. The bike that was once plagued with engine vibes has been thoroughly reworked for 2020. While it remains cosmetically unchanged, the bike features a truckload of updates including some segment-first features, new tyres and a tweaked motor! These changes have added a premium of Rs 12,000 to the bike’s existing price tag. As a result, the TVS Apache RR 310’s price is now Rs 2.40 lakh (ex-showroom pan India). It’s available in two colours: Titanium Black and Red. 

 

TVS Apache RR 310 Features:

The 2020 TVS Apache RR 310 features a full-colour TFT screen with information such as post-ride analytics, gear shift assist indicator, turn-by-turn navigation, vehicle health information, vehicle status, and overview. Other notable features include the ability to accept and reject calls using the control cubes placed on the left-hand side switchgear. The Apache RR 310 also comes equipped with Glide Through Technology PLUS (GTTP) and a hazard switch.

 

TVS Apache RR 310 Engine:

The Apache RR 310’s BS6-compliant 312.2cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder motor makes 34PS of power and 27.3Nm of peak torque (same as before). It comes mated to a 6-speed transmission which gets a slipper clutch. That said, the engine runs on two different power maps that are available through four ride modes (Rain, Urban, Sport, Track). The first map, which is meant for Rain and Urban, restricts the power output to 28.5PS, while the second map used for Sport and Track unleashes the full 34PS. Same goes for torque -- 25Nm and 27Nm. 

 

TVS Apache RR 310 Suspension & Brakes:

The TVS Apache RR 310 uses the same suspension setup as before -- an upside fork and a KYB-tuned rear monoshock. What's changed though is its damping characteristics. A 300mm front petal disc with radial caliper and a 240mm rear petal disc bring the bike to halt. While the Apache RR 310 retains its dual-channel ABS setup, its sensitivity and intrusiveness vary according to the four riding modes. 

All said and done, the most crucial update in terms of hardware has to be the new tyre -- a set of Michelin Road 5 W-rated tyres as opposed to the Michelin Pilot Street rubber in the BS4 model. 

 

TVS Apache RR 310 Rivals:

In its segment, the BS6 TVS Apache RR 310 goes up against the KTM RC 390, Kawasaki Ninja 300, and Benelli 302R. If we were to consider its price though, it sits quite close to the 390 Duke and Honda CB300R.

Apache RR 310 Price

Apache RR 310 STD312.2 cc Rs.2,40,000
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TVS Apache RR 310 Colours

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TVS Apache RR 310 Mileage and Performance

Max Speed160 kmph
Acceleration (0-60 Kmph)2.93s
Acceleration (0-100 Kmph)7.17s
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TVS Apache RR 310 Pros and Cons

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The new RR 310 offers something for everybody, right from someone who is jumping onto a sub-400cc bike for the first time to a seasoned rider who has honed his or her skills for years. Want a power-packed commuter? Check. Want to ride down to Chennai or Coimbatore for a track day? Check. Enjoy a weekend full of cornering fun? Check. It is also more likeable and more fun with the new updates. At Rs 2.40 lakh, the new asking price of the RR 310 is just Rs 12,000 more than the BS4 bike and the up

Things We Like in Apache RR 310

  • Ride-by-wire and four rider modes allow adjustability in power delivery and ABS intervention.
  • Super grippy Michelin Road 5 rubber inspires great confidence in all weather conditions.
  • Despite being nearly three years old, it still manages to look just as stunning.

Things We Don't Like in Apache RR 310

  • Brake feel is severely lacking.
  • Shorter riders might not be able to see the turn-by-turn navigation section on the vertical dash.

Stand Out Features

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    Clutch action effort is reduced by 20 per cent compared to the older bike

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    Bi-LED headlights look great

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    Ride quality is supple despite its sporty handling

Apache RR 310 Expert Review

What was meant to be a monumental tie-up between Munich and Hosur, to take on the likes of the affordable small-capacity KTMs built in Chakan, didn’t quite turn out to be the runaway success everyone expected it to be. The baby Beemers that took birth made a lot of sense globally but were still out of reach for many aspiring Indian buyers. On the TVS side, the Apache RR 310, while striking a fantastic balance between sportiness and practicality, was riddled with its own share of issues, with engine vibrations being the key problem. 

Almost two and a half years and two updates later, TVS has managed to rid the bike of nearly all that kept it short of greatness. In our first ride review from the MMRT, we really praised the bike. We even said that it could finally hold a candle to the explosive KTM RC 390, maybe even outshining it in a few places. But does that brilliance translate into the real world as well?

Design and Features

“Is this an imported bike?” many passersby asked when we first took the RR 310 out on to the streets in 2018. The same level of excitement (and even a little bit of lust) still remains when you lay eyes on the supersport. The shark-inspired design sees no changes in 2020 retaining the bi-LED projector headlamps and ‘snake fangs’ tail light.

The gloss black/matte grey colour option looks rather handsome, with just a little bit of red sprinkled in the mix in the form of its exposed trellis frame. The paint finish, especially the metallic flake-ish bits of the matte grey panels, is top drawer. My personal choice though remains the Racing Red colour scheme with its white racing stripe down the centre of the bike. 

While you will not notice from afar, the windshield has been affixed differently. Earlier, its mounting was tucked beneath the front fairing panel and bolted on as one. As a result, you were met with unpleasant chattering when riding the bike spiritedly, due to the poorly isolated engine vibrations. TVS fixed that problem for the existing owners with thick rubber piping to isolate said vibrations. That is no longer the case on this bike. The windshield gets four dedicated bolts, which are not directly connected to the fairing. This has reduced the chattering sound to a great extent. Good job, TVS.

Engine and Performance

Engine

BS6 TVS Apache RR 310

BS4 TVS Apache RR 310

Specs

312cc single-cylinder, 4-valve, DOHC engine

312cc single-cylinder, 4-valve, DOHC engine

Power

Track & Sport mode: 34PS @ 9700rpm

Urban & Rain mode: 25.8PS @ 7600rpm

34PS @ 9700rpm

Torque

Track & Sport mode: 27.3Nm @ 7700rpm

Urban & Rain mode: 25Nm @ 6700rpm 

27.3Nm @ 7700rpm

Performance outputs from the BMW-engineered 312cc motor remain the same. And with the inclusion of ride-by-wire and rider modes, the fuelling has become more precise. Are these updates enough to overcome the 4kg increase in kerb weight?

Acceleration

BS6 TVS Apache RR 310

BS4 TVS Apache RR 310

0-60kmph

3.03 seconds

2.86 seconds

0-100kmph

7.31 seconds

7.00 seconds

30-70kmph in 3rd gear

4.07 seconds

3.54 seconds

40-80kmph in 4th gear

5.22 seconds

4.48 seconds

No, the BS6 Apache RR 310 does come out second-best to its predecessor but it is hardly enough to feel the difference. Even the in-gear acceleration timings say that the new bike is 0.6 seconds and 0.7 seconds slower in the 3rd and 4th gear test, but it is not apparent. 

The chunk of the drive lies between 3000rpm and 7000rpm. While cruising at 100kmph in sixth gear, the RR 310 is happily singing away at 6000rpm and if you urge it a bit more, it will speed up to 120kmph in another thousand revs in no time. A buzz does start creeping in post 6000rpm but it is in no way troublesome like the ones we experienced on the first-gen model. 

In the city, you can take advantage of the Urban riding mode which allows for better low-end performance. While the RR 310 can’t carry really slow speeds in high gears comfortably, you will notice a small difference when you try doing so in different modes. Because the Urban riding mode offers improved torque response lower down the rpm range, it makes low-speed/high-gear scenarios a little better compared to either Sport or Track mode. And it shows in the city fuel-efficiency test as it can go almost 22km extra on a tankful than its BS4 predecessor.

Fuel efficiency

BS6 TVS Apache RR 310

BS4 TVS Apache RR 310

City

33.1kmpl

31kmpl

Highway

34.45kmpl

35.9kmpl

There is a minor drop in highway fuel efficiency, 1.5kmpl lower. These are ideal figures that you will be able to get when you are riding diligently. If you decide to ride spiritedly, there will be a further drop. Technically, you are looking at roughly 330-350km on a single tank, which is not too bad.

Braking and Handling

The TVS Apache RR 310 is one of the sweetest handling machines in the affordable performance segment. It is sharp and predictable, with enough poise not to scare you witless, like maybe the RC 390. If you are stepping up from the Yamaha R15 v3 or even the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V, you will appreciate its friendly demeanour. In the real world, the RR 310 soaks in mid-corner bumps, allowing you to carry your lines through corners with little to no adjustment. And if you have to make any adjustments, its quick steering allows you to dodge around potholes that just crept up on your favourite set of twisties.

Not only is it one of the best educational tools for sport riding but also an equally capable commuting companion. The raised clip-ons don’t force you to put your entire body weight onto your wrists, allowing enough leverage and room to move your upper body to slip past slow moving traffic. Speed humps and road imperfections are dealt with ease. The ride is rarely unsettled, even when going over sharp bumps with slight gusto. And you needn’t worry about scraping its belly either, the 180mm ground clearance is pretty good for a supersport.

TVS has to be commended with its choice of rubber for the new RR 310. The company claims it is the first bike in the world to get Michelin Road 5 rubber as standard. The new tyres are a marked improvement over the old Pilot Sports, which failed to inspire much confidence and were easily fazed when going through standing water. Michelin claims the new tyres dispel water much efficiently. They provide great cornering feedback and even when there was a bit of washed over dirt on the roads, they showed little to no signs of letting traction go. 

But when you do run these tyres into the ground, the replacement tyres will not be available at TVS service centres. You will have to contact a Michelin dealer in your city and avail of the same tyres which retail for Rs 4,800/Rs 6,800 (front/rear). The pricing is on par with the Metzeler Sportec M5 H-rated rubber (Rs 12,500 for a pair) that is found on the RC 390 and 390 Duke but these particular set of German tyres aren’t as grippy as their French counterparts. 


Braking test

BS6 TVS Apache RR 310

BS4 TVS Apache RR 310

80-0kmph

31.44m

37.49m

60-0kmph

16.90m

20.69m

The braking test reveals a dramatic improvement in braking distances. The new RR 310 stops almost 6m earlier from 80kmph, which could be pivotal in panic braking situations. On the whole, the Apache RR 310 feels a lot more sure-footed when coming to a halt, and that’s mostly down to the new tyres. Again no changes to report on the hardware front here. ABS intervention levels are synced to the rider mode you are in with Track allowing for least intervention and Rain the most. There is a bit of scope for improvement here as brake lever feedback is almost absent. It doesn’t feel wooden but a bit of feedback would have been appreciated. 

Safety and Features

One of the biggest changes on the BS6 Apache RR 310 is the small but useful suite of electronic aids. TVS has introduced ride-by-wire, giving birth to four rider modes: Rain, Urban, Sport and Track. Each one of these modes has its own dedicated throttle response, torque map and ABS calibration. You can toggle through the modes by simply shutting the throttle and pressing the up button on the new control cube. How different is the sensation in each one of these modes? Check out the next section.

 

Another key update is the new 5-inch vertically stacked TFT colour dash. It is equipped with TVS’ SmartXonnect Bluetooth module, narrating call and SMS alerts, and turn-by-turn navigation on the screen. Each riding mode gets a dedicated screen layout with dark and bright options that can either be changed manually or automatically depending on the time of day. Each one of the layouts is clean with legible data. If there’s one hiccup it could be that shorter riders might not get a clear view of the turn-by-turn navigation section on the dash. 

At the end of every ride, a report is generated, which along with the regular ride-related data also shows lean angles and G-forces. There is no IMU on-board to record this, so it uses your phone’s accelerometer. 

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  • Navin asked on 16 Jun 2020
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    TVS Apache 310 is priced at Rs.2.40 Lakh (ex-showroom Lucknow). In order to know the approx on road price click on the link. Read More

  • Hemant asked on 28 Apr 2020
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    Yes, TVS Apache RR 310 comes with a BS6 compliant engine. Read More

  • Nikhil asked on 27 Apr 2020
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    For a faired motorcycle, the riding position is quite comfortable. The rider’s seat is large enough to let you move about freely while cornering. But riding at low speeds will put a little load on your wrists. But that’s just a trait all sport bikes have. It just takes some time getting used to the riding position, especially if you’re graduating from commuters or cruisers or pretty much any motorcycle that’s not a sporty one. Once you learn to support yourself by using your lower back and gripping the tank with your thighs, it’s smooth sailing thereon. So, do take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details. Read More

  • pogovscartoon asked on 17 Apr 2020
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    While releasing the light clutch the bike picks up with just a hint of vibration. Athough the gearbox is precise, it’s not exactly a slick shifter, with a hint of clunkiness when swapping cogs. The motor 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 bit that really puts you off is the surge of vibrations felt on the seat between the 6000rpm to 7000rpm mark. Otherwise, the vibrations felt on the handlebars and pegs at high speeds is something you can expect from the RR 310 as standard. Do take a test drive in order to judge your riding comfort. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms Read More

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