Launched at 2.05 Lakh Ex-Showroom with a heart of 312cc single-cylinder engine, 34 PS at 9700 rpm and 27.3 NM at 7700 rpm. The Claimed top speed is 160 kmph along with acceleration from 0-to-60 kmph in just 2.9 seconds and comes equipped with dual channel ABS.
The Apache 310 RR is available in two colour variants, Racing Red and Sinister Black. The glossy red skin with white race stripes makes Ducati come to mind instantly and the matte black with no-nonsense look holds its ground firmly. The paint, fit and finish on this bike is a top level and premiums reek of it which you would expect from much more expensive European bikes. The vertically placed, fully digital console is a completely new approach to the Indian market and it will take a little more than a while to get used to it. However, it stops feeling out of place after spending only a few minutes sitting on the bike. And it also gives you 18 different tell-tale signs, including but not restricted to trip meter, lap timing, engine temperature, gear shift indicator, fuel gauge, etc.
TVS is presenting a very well made package on the Apache RR 310. We were more than impressed with this motorbike in our brief encounter with it on the MMRT. A few hitches we had with this bike were small but ignorable vibrations felt in the mid-range speed and also the absence of a slipper clutch while downshifting at all revs, but this is surely nitpicking and can absolutely be overlooked. All and all each portion of the Apache RR 310 comes to construct a very well-engineered motorcycle and probably the most practical offering we have come across in this segment. One can say that Apache 310 RR is truly not just a beauty to own but also a beast to ride on wheels. Apache 310 RR is truly a ride worth every penny.