Key Specs of Apache RR 310
TVS Apache RR 310 Highlights
TVS updated its flagship motorcycle, the RR 310 in 2019 as the Hosur-based manufacturer paid heed to customer complaints regarding the issues plaguing the supersport. The incessant vibrations were subsided with the addition of rubber piping around the edges of the windshield, new bar-end weights, a chain roller and an ECU remap for a more linear throttle response. The new RR 310 also gets a slipper clutch, which was absent from the previous iteration. These updates were also made to the existing RR 310 units sold with the only exception being the slipper clutch offered as an accessory for older bikes.
The Apache RR 310 draws power from a 312.2cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled fuel-injected motor. Peak power of 34PS arrives at 9700rpm and a maximum torque of 27.3Nm is generated at 7700rpm. It works in conjunction with a 6-speed transmission with negative backrack gears to eliminate false neutrals. The trellis frame is suspended on inverted forks up front and a monoshock at the rear. For braking, the Apache RR 310 employs a 300mm petal disc at the front and a 240mm petal disc at the rear. TVS offers dual-channel ABS as standard too. It is still the most affordable sub-400cc supersport on sale in India as it retails at Rs 2.28 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The main rival of the RR 310 is the KTM RC 390. Other competitors include the Kawasaki Ninja 300, Benelli 302R and Yamaha YZF-R3.
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Apache RR 310 Price
|Apache RR 310 ABS312.2 cc||Rs.2,28,000|
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TVS Apache RR 310 Mileage
TVS Apache RR 310 gives a mileage of 35.9 kmpl in highway, as tested by our experts.
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TVS Apache RR 310 Pros and Cons
Things We Like in Apache RR 310
- The Apache RR 310 is possibly the most beautiful bike designed by an Indian two-wheeler brand
- Fit and finish is among the best in the segment
- Ride quality is good despite its sporty intentions
Things We Don't Like in Apache RR 310
- Engine vibes and crude sounding motor
- Stopping power could have been better with more bite
- Spare parts cost is very high
Stand Out Features
Clutch action effort is reduced by 20 per cent compared to the older bike
Bi-LED headlights look great
Ride quality is supple despite its sporty handling
The TVS Apache RR 310 is an affordable, but capable alternative to the KTM RC 390, Kawasaki Ninja 300 and Yamaha R3. It offers sharp, well proportioned styling with premium bits like all-LED lighting system with twin-LED projector headlamp. The bike is built on a trellis frame with upside down front forks and a rear gas-charged monoshock. Its 17-inch alloy wheels are shod with Michelin Pilot Street radial tyres. Brakes include 300mm front and 240mm rear petal discs with a dual-channel ABS from Continental as standard fitment.
Powering the bike is a 313cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder motor. Its highlight is its reverse inclined cylinder orientation, with the exhaust port towards the rear and the intake towards the front of the cylinder bank. This setup results in better centralisation of mass, which aids in the motorcycle’s handling. It makes 34PS of power and 28Nm of torque, mated to a six-speed gearbox. The motor is a torquey and tractable unit which makes the bike easy to ride in the city. It is not exactly refined, as vibrations are prominent around the 6000rpm mark.
Price wise, the RR 310 undercuts its competition by quite a margin (except the Honda CBR 250R) and is a good option if you don't mind the vibey motor.
Design and Features
The Apache RR 310 features a sharp design given its track-oriented nature. Visually, the motorcycle looks large enough to be easily mistaken for a large 600cc bike. The twin front headlamp design is reminiscent of the Triumph Daytona 675, and feature a Bi-LED projector setup. The tail light is a pincer-shaped LED unit, which exudes an aggressive feel. It has a slightly sporty riding position, but is more comfortable than the KTM RC 390 and even the Yamaha YZF-R3. Attention to detail is quite good, while fit and finish, especially the switchgear are top notch. The instrument cluster is a vertically stacked unit that besides displaying the regular information, shows lap times, engine temperature, 0-60kmph, top speed, fuel efficiency and range, among others.
Braking and Handling
Suspension setup includes upside down forks at the front and a monoshock unit at the rear. While the front is non-adjustable, the rear is adjustable for preload. The setup offers a fine balance between ride quality and handling. That, coupled with the comfortable ergonomics makes this motorcycle a very potent mile muncher. Braking is courtesy a 300mm front disc with radially mounted Brembo callipers and a rear 240mm disc brake. A dual-channel ABS system from Continental is standard fitment. The brakes lack initial bite and feel but offer strong retardation. Tyres are 110/70 R17 front and 150/60 R17 rear Michelin Pilot Street radials. They offer fantastic grip in dry conditions, but are not so confidence-inspiring on wet roads.
Safety and Features
For optimum safety, TVS has offered a dual-channel ABS unit in the Apache RR 310, with the rear being a little more intrusive than the front. The twin LED projector headlamps also offer a strong beam throw. And both projector units stay lit during high or low beam.
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