The revamped TVS Apache RR 310 launched in India. See changes, optional kit details and know more about the 2021 TVS Apache RR 310.
TVS has updated its flagship offering, the Apache RR 310, with a few revisions and optional kits of add-ons. The revised TVS Apache RR 310 has been launched at Rs. 2.60 lakh (ex-showroom, India), which is Rs. 5,000 more than the outgoing version.
2021 TVS Apache RR 310 – new updates on the board:
While TVS has retained the design of the Apache RR 310, the motorcycle has received a new set of body decals. The motorcycle now also gets a raspier exhaust note and a few added functionalities in its full TFT instrument console, such as a day trip meter, over-speeding indicator and a digital document storage. Under the digital document storage feature, the customers can save the registration certificate and insurance copies within the instrument console.
2021 TVS Apache RR 310 – optional kit details:
Along with the minimal revisions, TVS has also introduced a couple of optional accessory kits – ‘Dynamic Kit’ and ‘Race Kit’. These kits bring along more performance upgrades over the standard version of the motorcycle with them.
- Dynamic kit – The main highlight of the Dynamic Kit is the availability of fully adjustable front and rear suspension. The TVS Apache RR 310 comes with inverted hydraulic telescopic forks at the front and a mono-shock at the rear. Both the front and rear suspension can be adjusted for preload as well as damping.
While the front suspension has both compression and rebound damping, the rear suspension can be altered only with rebound damping. Apart from this, the kit also includes final drive chain, which has anti-corrosion brass coating. The Dynamic kit has been priced at Rs. 12,000.
- Race kit – Under the Race Kit, one can get sportier ergonomics for the rider, with repositioned clip-on handlebars and foot pegs. The clip-on handlebars can be adjusted 8 degrees down and 5 degrees inward for a more committed riding posture and better protection from wind blasts at higher speeds.
The foot pegs too can be adjusted 30mm higher, thus giving an additional cornering clearance of 4.5 degrees. All these changes are surely going to be handy in track riding conditions. However, this same setup might not be too comfortable in daily riding duties. The Race Kit can be integrated in the motorcycle for additional Rs. 5,000.
Both these kits can either be purchased together or individually, with the option of independently choosing individual bits from both the packs. For availing these kits, one needs to select these kits while booking the motorcycle online, under the new ‘Built To Order’ program introduced by TVS.
Most of these bits can also be retro-fitted in the previous iterations of the Apache RR 310, including the software update of the instrument console to accommodate the new feature of digital document storage.
In addition to these, TVS has also introduced a couple of other cosmetic upgrade options, such as Race Replica graphics scheme at Rs. 4,500 and red colored alloy wheels at Rs. 1,500.