TVS Apache RR310 Long Term Review 4: Hits and Misses

It has been three months and three thousand kilometres since the Apache RR310 joined our long term fleet. In that time, we have reported on its city commuting and track handling capabilities, not to mention the general design and build quality levels.

Now, we did mention in our previous report that we will bring you the touring report on the RR310 this time round. But, the truth is, we haven’t gotten around to riding the bike into the sunset just yet.

Instead, the RR’s keys have changed quite a few hands this month. And so, we decided to draw up a ‘hits and misses’ list based on the experiences of all those riders. The thing to note is that these riders otherwise enjoy completely different types of motorcycles, right otherwise from RCs and Unicorns to FZs and bullets, and in one peculiar  case, an old smoke machine like the RX100 even.

Here then is a quick pros and cons list if you are still sitting on the fence regarding the RR.

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