TVS has once again expanded Apache RR310 prices in a growth that could likely be directly linked to increasing consumer prices. The price went up Significantly 2.48 lakh previously to Rs 2,49,990.0. That’s nearly Rs 2k more expensive. In January, TVS also raised costs for its Apache range. The price of RR310 rose from Rs 2,45 lakh to Rs 2,48 lakh at that time. All rates are ex-showroom rates.
Apache 310 has indeed decreased the pricing gap with its main rival, KTM RC390.0, with the latest price increase. At present, the latter retails at Rs 2.60 lakh. KTM has also been raising its motorcycle prices at periodic intervals. As may be recalled, in December 2020 as well as January 2021, KTM increased its prices. The price of the KTM RC390 rose in January from 2.57 lakh to Rs 2.60 lakh.
TVS Apache 310 2020 BS6 model significant updates:
It had a price of Rs 2.40 lakh at that time. BS6 RR310 had become more expensive by about Rs 12k compared to BS4. TVS presented many other advancements in 2020, in addition to the BS6 upgrade, RR310.0. A new 5.0-inch TFT colour instrument panel that has an integrated Bluetooth connectivity system called TVS Smart Connect was one of the key modifications. It enables users to view a variety of features once paired with the user’s smartphone. It is possible to access them via the TVs Connect App.
Ride stats, incoming call strategic planning, turn-by-turn navigation, vehicle health reviews, and mobile signal and battery level display are some of the supported features. Aim of providing greater visibility based on light conditions, the wire harness comes with Day Mode and Night Mode backlit options. The ride-by-wire throttle system, which is a segment-first feature, was another key update. Customers have the opportunity to choose from Sport, Urban, Track, and Rain from four ride modes. Based on the ride mode chosen, the automated system adjusts things such as torque and ABS. In varying ride conditions, this allows excellent efficiency.