Is Apache RTR 310 attractively advanced?

The Apache RTR 310 appears to be a pretty attractive motorcycle. It boasts features never seen in the class, an appealing design, and an aggressive pricing point.

From every perspective, the Apache RTR 310 has an aggressive and sporting appearance. Everything about it feels aggressive, whether it's the skinny and sleek tail section, the expanded tank shrouds, or the low-slung LED headlamp. The design as a whole is really appealing and will draw attention. There are absolutely no rattling or poorly fitted panel gaps in the overall excellent fit and finish. The switchgear and paint quality alone give off a high-end vibe. 

Engine and Gearbox
A 312.7-cc, reverse-inclined, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine producing 35.6 PS at 9,7000 rpm and 28.7 Nm at 6,650 rpm powers the new TVS Streetfighter. A 6-speed gearbox with a slipper and assist clutch, as well as a bi-directional quickshifter, is matched with it.

The streetfighter can reach a maximum speed of 150 mph and can accelerate from 0 to 60 kmph in 2.81 and 7.19 seconds, respectively.

It comes with a 5-inch TFT instrument console that can be connected to your GoPro, smartphone, and helmet communication device. In addition, it has voice control, audio control, SMS and incoming call notifications, the capacity to store up to three documents, and turn-by-turn navigation using What3words

Other features 
Climate-controlled seats are another feature of the bike. Three interchangeable kit options are available for the TVS Apache RTR 310: Dynamic Kit, Dynamic Pro Kit, and Colour Kit. 

Suspension and Brakes
The RTR 310 features a die-cast swingarm made of forged aluminium and a trellis frame with an aluminium subframe. A rebound and preload adjustable monoshock and a fully adjustable 41mm upside-down (USD) fork handle suspension responsibilities. Dual-channel ABS is standard on the 300mm front and 240mm rear petal disc brakes.

For safety it has cruise control, cornering ABS, cornering traction control, rear lift-off control, slope-dependent control, and front lift-off control, it offers five riding modes: track, urban, rain, sport, and supermoto.

  • The styling is really harsh overall.
  • A 310-cc engine produces a lot of torque in the low and midrange.
  • packed with features.
  • There are engine vibrations.
  • Not as strong as its principal adversary.
  • A little costly to keep

Price and Variants
TVS Apache RTR 310 pricing ranges from Rs. 2.42 lakh to Rs. 2.63 lakh. There are three different versions of the TVS Apache RTR 310 available: Arsenal Black Without Quickshifter, Arsenal Black, and the top model, Apache RTR 310 Fury Yellow, which costs Rs. 2.63 lakh.

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