TVS Apache is one of the most successful bikes in the country. TVS Apache RR310 newer version is introduced in the market with some cosmetic changes. TVS Motor Company launches the 2021 Apache RR310 in India at Rs 2.59 lakh, ex-showroom (starting price). The new motorcycle features a host of changes and personalization options via the Build-To-Order process offered by the brand.
The company has also announced that the bikes will be limited to 100 units for September and 150 units for the month of October. The booking amount will be equal to the configuration cost.
The new Apache RR310 features two performance kits called the: Dynamic kit & Race kit.
The company claims with the Race kit upgrade, the motorcycle has 4.5 degrees of higher lean angle with the rider gripping the bike at all times, which enables it to push the bike around corners. Other updates include a new race muffler which has been raised to allow for higher lean angles and also features a racier exhaust note.
The instrument cluster also features a couple of upgrades. This includes: Storage of digital docs Dynamic rev limit indicator, Day trip meter, Overspeed indication. The colour of the rev limiter will change from blue to red nearing the limiter.
The personalization also extends to the colour scheme priced at Rs 4,500 for the motorcycle. However, choosing the red-alloy wheels set you back by Rs 1,500. This colour personalization includes: TVS One-Make Championship Inspired graphics Alloy wheel colour Personalised race number The new motorcycle is also offered with a Wave Key for enhanced security, which can also be used for adjusting the suspension damping.
Apart from the above-mentioned upgrades, the rest of the bike remains the same. The new motorcycle will continue to use the 5-inch TFT colour instrument console, with TVS proprietary Smart Xonnect technology, multiple riding modes, throttle-by-wire, Bluetooth connectivity, and Glide Through Technology Plus (GTT); among others.
It continues to be powered by a 312cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine. It produces a maximum of 33.5bhp at 9700rpm and a peak torque of 27.3Nm at 7700rpm. The engine comes mated to a six-speed gearbox with a slip assist clutch. The Apache RR310 continue to use the trellis frame. Braking is done via disc brake at both ends supported by a dual-channel ABS as standard.