Ever since the TVS Apache RR 310 came out, it has been getting updates to become that little bit better. However, in its latest avatar, it might be the complete motorcycle it was meant to be.
2020 TVS Apache RR 310. (Photo: Rahul Kappor)
One of the things that have differentiated TVS Motorcycles with other brands in the case of the TVS Apache RR 310 has been the fact that they have been actively listening to the feedback coming from their customers and rolling out the updates on the motorcycle. In just over a year of its launch, TVS rolled out an update that worked towards reducing vibrations on the motorcycle and added a slipper clutch too. And now that it had to be updated to meet the mandatory BS-VI emission norm, they took the opportunity to further fine-tune the RR. The result is the 2020 Apache RR 310 that we got to ride at the Madras Motor Race Track for quite a handful of laps and that showcased a new, much mature side of the machine.
But before we get there, let’s first talk about what’s new in this update. Right off the bat, the first thing you would notice is that there has been no update whatsoever in the styling department. There is a new black colour option, though, and the keen-eyed amongst you would have seen that the wind deflector now has screws built into it and that’s because it can now be removed so that it can be cleaned properly and it also helps in reducing the vibrations coming off of it.