The TVS Apache RR 310 was introduced in Indonesia back in 2018. However, it could not find takers due to a prolonged process delay in the registration of new bikes. It's a CBU import in the country. A report from TMCBlog says that issues related to STNK (Vehicle Registration Certificate) and BPKB (Proof of Ownership of Motor Vehicles). The report adds that TVS will be bringing in more units of Apache RR 310 to Indonesia in the next few days.
The TVS Apache RR 310 is priced at IDR 49.95 million (INR 2.45 lakh). In comparison, the BMW G 310R, the bike from which the Apache RR 310 traces its origins, is priced at IDR 108 million (INR 5.43 lakh). In India, the RR 310 has been priced at INR 2.27 lakh. Registration of CBU motorcycles in Indonesia takes around 2 months. Hence, new customers of RR 310 in Indonesia will have to wait for longer to get a hold of their new ride.
One of the most anticipated motorcycles of our times, the TVS Apache RR 310, has not had an easy run. The bike initially failed to reach the expected sales volumes. However, it was recently updated with a slipper clutch and a new glossy Phantom Black paint scheme. Besides that, the 2019 TVS Apache RR 310 also features ECU update along with heavier bar end weights.
At the heart of the Apache RR 310 is a 312.2 cc DOHC, 4-valve, liquid-cooled, reverse inclined mill. Coupled to a 6-speed gearbox, the engine churns out 34 PS of power and 27.3 Nm of torque. The motorcycle is suspended over upside-down fork up front and a monoshock tuned by KYB. Features include projector headlamps, Michelin Street Sport tyres and an interestingly styled vertical LCD instrumentation.
The TVS Apache RR 310 has a ground clearance of 180 mm and a kerb weight of 169.5 kg. It features radially mounted calliper in the front over a 300 mm petal disc and a 240 mm petal disc in the rear. Dual-channel ABS adds to the safety net. There is no official confirmation but the new lot of TVS Apache RR 310 heading to Indonesia is expected to the new 2019 version with slipper clutch.