TVS Launches Apache RTR 310 At Rs 2.43 Lakh In India

TVS Launches Apache RTR 310 At Rs 2.43 Lakh In India

News by Team Drivio | 8 Sep 2023

Flaunting a naked streetfighter-type design, the all-new Apache RTR 310 is Rs 29k cheaper than the Apache RR 310 despite many similarities. 

  • The new Apache packs a decent range of features, including heated and cooled seats and a 5.0-inch TFT screen.
  • The 312cc single-cylinder engine churns out 35.6hp of power and 28.7Nm of torque. 
  • Starting at Rs. 2.43 lakh, the Apache RTR 310 is a cheaper option than most of its rivals. 

TVS Motor, the leading two-wheeler manufacturer in India, has launched the anticipated Apache series bike, Apache RTR 310. It shares a lot of similarities with the TVS Apache RR 310, which is based on the same 310cc platform. Like its more expensive sports bikes, the RTR 310 features a lightweight trellis frame. The RTR 310 is priced between Rs 2.42 - 2.63 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and is made available in three different variants. 

VariantPrice (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Arsenal Black (without quick-shifter)Rs. 2,42,990
Arsenal BlackRs. 2,57,990
Fury YellowRs. 2,63,990

TVS Apache RTR 310 actually outperforms the RR 310 despite being priced more affordably. Though powered by the 312cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine, the RTR 310 boasts higher max power and torque outputs than the RR 310 by 1.6hp and 0.7Nm respectively. The motorcycle comes with a 6-speed gearbox, an assist-and-slipper clutch and 5 riding modes.

SpecificationsTVS Apache RTR 310
Engine312cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder
Power & Torque35.6hp & 28.7Nm

Depending on the variant you choose, your RTR 310 may come with a bi-directional quick-shifter. The race-tuned dynamic stability control and linear stability control ensure a smooth and safe ride, as does the cruise control feature and the adjustable suspension. 

Other notable features include TMPS and temperature-controlled seats. Many of these are offered as a part of the brand’s Built To Order customization package. The landscape-oriented 5.0-inch TFT screen is standard on all variants.