TVS Apache RR 310 Launched in India at Rs. 2.05 Lakh | Know Bike Features & Details

The highly anticipated motorcycle TVS Apache RR 310 has finally been launched yesterday and it brings along a host of surprises that we were definitely not expecting. The bike shares DNA with the BMW G310R which was jointly developed by both the companies. The production-ready TVS Apache RR 310 is largely the same concept bike (previously known as TVS Akula) shown off at the Auto Expo 2016 two years ago. The bike was launched at a price of 2.05 Lakh rupees in India which makes it one of the most affordable fun bikes in the country.

Features and Specifications of the TVS Apache RR 310

The TVS Apache RR 310 comes with a full fairing design which is a first from the Chennai based company. The most talked about thing from the motorcycle is the 312cc single cylinder engine that produces a peak power of 33.5 BHP at 9700rpm and the maximum torque output is 27.3Nm at 7700rpm. These are impressive power figures and remain exactly the same as the BMW counterpart G310R. TVS Apache RR 310 comes with a 320mm petal disc at the front and a 240mm one at the rear which are paired with a dual channel ABS. TVS went all guns out with the equipment and that shows with the headlamps design of the Apache RR 310 too. It comes with projector head lamps, LED tail lamps, and LED on the turn indicators too. The TVS Apache RR 310 will be available globally too with a single specification variant.

Price and Competition of the TVS Apache RR 310

The TVS Apache RR 310 intends to take on the likes of Mahindra Mojo, Bajaj Dominar, and the Benelli 302R. However, its main competition is the KTM RC390 which targets the same audience as the TVS Apache RR 310. Though it produces low power than that of the KTM 390, it has an edge on the pricing side of things. TVS Apache RR 310 comes at a starting price of 2.05 Lakh Rupees in India and that is some exceptional pricing from the Chennai based company. The bike was launched yesterday and is already available for sale in showrooms across the country.

Source: CarAndBike

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