5 big features of TVS Apache RTR 310, make it even more special in its segment

To power it, a 312.12 cc single-cylinder engine has been used which is tuned for a power of 35.1 bhp at 9700 rpm and 28.7 Nm peak torque at 6650 rpm. It is paired with a 6-speed gearbox. Its engine is so powerful in its segment that this bike can accelerate from 0-60 kmph in just 2.81 seconds.

Nov 17, 2023 - 12:42
5 big features of TVS Apache RTR 310, make it even more special in its segment

TVS recently launched its bike in the 310 cc segment. Which has got a lot of popularity. We are talking about TVS Apache RTR 310. If you are also looking for a bike that has a premium look and feels good power while driving it, then you are at the right place. Because we are going to tell you through this news. About 4 big things related to TVS Apache RTR 310.

First of all, let us talk about the engine of the TVS Apache RTR 310 so that you can get an idea of what kind of bike it will be in terms of performance. To power it, a 312.12 cc single-cylinder engine has been used, which is tuned for power of 35.1 bhp at 9700 rpm and 28.7 Nm peak torque at 6650 rpm. It is paired with a 6-speed gearbox.

Its engine is so powerful in its segment that this bike can accelerate from 0-60 kmph in just 2.81 seconds. Its top speed is 150 km per hour. Prices for the new TVS Apache RTR 310 start at Rs 2.43 lakh and go up to Rs 2.64 lakh.

You can also buy additional accessories to customize this bike as per your choice. The Dynamic Kit will include an adjustable suspension, TPMS, and brass-coated drive chain, which will cost an additional Rs 18,000. At the same time, RT-DSC and climate control seats will be available in the Dynamic Pro Kit, which costs Rs 22,000. For an additional Rs 10,000, the BTO bike will also be given a new Sepang Blue color scheme with TVS Racing livery.

The TVS Apache RTR 310 will come with a bi-directional quick-shifter, race-tuned linear stability control, a trellis frame with a lightweight aluminum subframe, and a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS). The motorcycle will also be offered with customization options under the brand's Build to Order (BTO) platform.

Talking about suspension, the bike gets KYB-sourced USD front forks with 30 percent compression and rebound damping. It has a mono-shock at the rear with 30 percent pre-load rebound damping. The bike will run on dual compound radial tyres.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Content Writer