Indian two wheeler manufacturer TVS has a wide range of motorcycles in the Indian market. Their most popular motorcycles are from Apache series. TVS had launched their flagship motorcycle RR 310 in the Indian market back in 2107 and they recently updated the motorcycle to meet the new BS6 emission norms. Along with an updated engine, TVS had made also made some changes to give it fresher look. Here we have a video that shows the 0-100 kmph, 0-120 kmph time and the top speed of the all-new BS6 TVS Apache RR 310.
The video has been uploaded by Strell on his youtube channel. The video starts by showing the 0-100 kmph and 0-120 kmph time of the motorcycle. All these runs are conducted in Race mode. Rider chooses a straight stretch of highway for the runs and then starts revving the motorcycle. TVS Apache RR 310 is a heavy motorcycle he does 0-100 kmph and then 120 kmph run twice.
In the first attempt, TVS Apache RR 310 takes 7.68 seconds to hit 100 kmph mark. It touches the 120 kilometer mark in 11.30 seconds. Rider does the second run and this time the time improved a bit. It took 7.46 seconds for the bike to hit the 100 kilometer mark and the Apache touched 120 kmph mark in 10.91 seconds which is an improvement from the first attempt.
After this, the rider opens the throttle wide open and checks the top speed of the motorcycle. The highway remains almost empty for the duration of the test and the TVS Apache RR 310 records a top speed of 163 kmph on the digital speedometer with a rider weighing 60 kgs. TVS Apache RR 310 is a fully faired motorcycle powered by a 312-cc, single cylinder, liquid cooled, fuel injected engine that generates a maximum of 34 Ps and 24 Nm of torque. The bike is now more refined than the BS4 version and gets features like ride by wire, four riding modes, fully digital colour LCD screen and subtle changes to the design along with a new paint option.
It has Urban, Rain, Track and Sport riding modes and the throttle response, ABS and power is altered according to the modes. In Urban and Rain mode, the engine generates 28.5 Ps and 25 Nm of torque whereas the Track and Sports mode unleashes all the 34 horses. With all these updates, the prices for RR 310 has gone up and it now costs Rs 2.40 lakh, ex-showroom.