The bike maintains an edgy and sharp design theme. One of the most prominent features of the bike would be the tall windscreen and dual-LED headlamps that give it quite a distinctive look. The bike has a sharp fin like tail lamps on the back. The latest version of Apache RR 310 has a slightly higher handlebars which should provide for an upright seating stance; something that is essential for long distance riding and touring.
Instrumentation and equipment
The instrument console in Apache RR 310 comprises of an LCD unit meant for displaying the engine temperature, speed, clock, fuel level, and gear indicator. It also houses a side stand indicator and an odometer. The console also maintains one-of-a-kind tachometer that displays the rpm. Like most of its other siblings rolled out by the company, Apache RR 310 gets similar looking switchgear and mirrors.
Apache RR 310 is powered by a 310cc liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, single cylinder engine. In the 2019 version of the motorcycle, the company has remapped the ECU giving it a smoother torque output that is on the lower end of the spectrum. However, the bike continues to generate 27Nm torque and 34bhp. The engine is mated to a six-speed gearbox. The new version is also aided by a brand new slipper clutch.
Braking and Suspension
The suspension duty in Apache RR 310 is handled by preload adjustable monoshock at rear and inverted front forks. For controlled braking, the bike gets 300mm front disc and 240mm rear disc aided by dual channel ABS. in terms of tires, the motorcycle sits on Michelin Pilot Street tires which are available in two color schemes namely – Phantom black with red & white pinstripes and racing red with white stripes.
LLUVIA Industries maintains an inventory of essential accessories for TVS Apache RR 310. Some of those include a radiator guard, a fog lamp mount, and a D-guard to name a few.