TVS Apache RR 310, company’s flagship motorcycle, has received a marginal price hike of Rs 1000. It now retails at Rs 2.28 lakh. Since TVS launched the RR 310 in India, this is its second price hike.
If you remember, the RR 310 got an update back in May 2019. TVS added a slipper clutch and some new cosmetics and asked for Rs 3,000 more. This was the bike’s first price hike since its launch. It retailed at Rs 2.27 lakh at that time.
We don’t know the reason behind this latest price hike. In fact, we were expecting that TVS would be launching the BS 6 variant of the Apache RR 310 pretty soon and that itself would hike the price. We wonder why TVS did it right now. What do you think?
Also read: TVS Apache RR 310 Review
The Apache RR 310 is TVS’ flagship motorcycle. It is the first child of TVS-BMW Motorrad partnership which we waited for years! It is a fantastic motorcycle that’s powered by a 313cc, single-cylinder engine which produces 34 bhp and 27.3 Nm of torque. Its uniqueness lies in its reverse-inclined nature.
The RR 310 isn’t just fast, it’s beautiful too. And its vertically stacked fully-digital instrument console is something we don’t get to see in motorcycles that often. And the console isn’t just for show, it is loaded with features like a top-speed recorder, lap timer, 0-60 timer, and whatnot.
Let’s see what TVS does with the BS 6 avatar of the RR 310. What are the features that you would like to see in the new Apache? Let us know in the comments.
All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi