Quality. That’s one thing TVS has completely surprised us with, and they have got it spot on in the case of, on the RR. In During three months of usage, there was’s no rattle, no rusting, and no sensor related issues. And none of the riders complained about anything else being amiss either.
TVS Apache RR310
4.8(327 ratings) 82 reviews
2 Used TVS Apache RR310 bikesstarting at 2,25,000
Comfort. The seat, and the space for the rider, is surprisingly good. And, not just for a race replica which was pointed out and acknowledged. The seat doesn’t end up touching the base even after hours of riding, and if you have the right pants, well, you won’t have a sore bottom either. Then there’s the ride; quiet, absorbent, and even over unexpected potholes, it doesn’t threaten to break apart.
Brakes. I remember not being completely happy with the RR’s brakes. But, not everyone prefers an aggressive, more direct setup. Which was made clear by the majority of the riders who rode the bike. They liked the progression, the bite, and the play the front brake offered. Plus, the grip from the tyres were appreciated too.
Ride-ability. But, the one thing that stood out – and it was unanimous – was the Apache’s engine’s tractibility. The 310 motor pulls enthusiastically in the low and mid- range, making it effortless to ride in the city. And even though there’s no ride-by-wire, the throttle response is still crisp and intiutive.
Design. From it being mistaken for a much larger capacity motorcycle to a Ducati, the Apache has gotten its share of appreciation from the general onlookers. But, even among our sample group, there has never been a moment when someone hasn’t mentioned how good the bike looks every time it rolls into the garage or for a ride meet. This was another unanimous thumbs up for the TVS.