The Apache RR 310 has a torquey and tractable motor which makes
riding in the city effortless. The riding position, though on the sportier side, is comfortable. Ride quality
is a tad on the stiffer side but offers good cushioning. Another interesting observation is that the ride
quality improves with speed and also with a pillion aboard. Braking lacks initial feel but offers good bite.
Another issue is vibrations which are especially prominent around the 6000 rpm mark. TVS has been actively
working towards reducing these vibrations. Under tests, the bike returned a fuel efficiency of 31kmpl in the
city and 35.9kmpl under highway test conditions. These figures are quite good considering rest of the bikes in
the segment return around 30kmpl. Overall it is a good bike to have if your main criteria are riding in the
city and the occasional racetrack/twisties ride. Moreover, we'd suggest taking test ride so that you can understand the difference - Bike Showrooms
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