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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 Built-To-Order process offered by the brand.
Personalization Package Price
|Race Replica Graphics||₹4,500|
|Red Alloy Wheel||₹1,500|
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.
Dynamic kit priced at Rs 12,000 includes:
- Fully adjustable KYB front fork
- Fully adjustable rear mono-shock
- Anti-rust brass coated drive chain
The front fork has a 20 step rebound and compression damping with 15mm of pre-load adjustment. As for the rear mono-shock, it features a 20-step rebound damping and a 15-step pre-load adjustment. Finally, the anti-rust brass coated drive chain is long-lasting and enhances the appearance of the motorcycle.
Race kit priced at Rs 5,000 includes:
- Race ergo handlebar
- Raised footrest assembly
- Knurled footpegs
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 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.
However, the biggest change will be the brand's new Built-To-Order offering using the TVS ARIVE application or web configurator. The programme also offers 'Live Order Tracking' across several stages from production to delivery process.
The company also announced that the older customers of the first-gen Apache from the year 2017 can upgrade their motorcycle with the following accessories. This includes:
- Race handlebar
- Race footpegs
- Race footrest
Additionally, BS6 apache customers can upgrade their TFT instrument cluster with all the upgrades issued on the new model.
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. Suspension on the motorcycle is handled via USD forks at the front and mono-shock setup at the rear, which is now offered with adjustability at both ends. Braking is done via disc brake at both ends supported by a dual-channel ABS as standard.
Thoughts About The 2021 TVS Apache RR310 Launched In India
TVS Motor Company has yet again dialled the features on its flagship Apace RR310 to eleven. The new motorcycle can be customized to make it more track-focused giving the rider more confidence on the track. The kits can be bought separately with upgrades offered to the first and second-gen customers as well.