BMW G 310 RR vs TVS Apache RR 310 vs KTM RC 390 vs Kawasaki Ninja 300: price comparison

After several teasers, BMW Motorrad India has finally launched the new G 310 RR with prices starting at Rs 2.83 lakh (ex-showroom). BMW’s most accessible fully faired motorcycle is available in two variants – Standard and Style Sport. The bike shares its underpinnings with TVS Apache RR 310 and is essentially an identical badge-engineered offering. It gets the same styling and 313cc single-cylinder engine, while the feature list is identical with ride modes, TFT display, dual-channel ABS and more. The new G 310 RR is banking on high brand value and a likeable platform as it enters the performance space that has a number of rivals. So, does the BMW G 310 RR compete with them in terms of price? We’ll take a look.

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The TVS Apache RR 310 is the more affordable choice here, but you have the option of making road- or track-specific upgrades with the brand’s Build To Order program.

BMW G 310 RR vs TVS Apache RR 310

The big question on everyone’s mind is how different these two models will be in price. The BMW G 310 RR and the TVS Apache RR 310 share the same underpinnings and characteristics. The BMW Motorrad offer is differentiated with different colors on the Sport Style variant and the BMW badge on the machine. The design itself dates back to 2017 but has seen constant improvements from TVS over the years. In terms of price, the G 310 RR is priced between Rs. 2.85 lakh to Rs. 2.99 lakh, making it Rs. 20,000 more expensive than the Apache RR 310 priced at Rs. 2 .65 lakh (all prices are ex-showroom). The TVS offering comes in just one variant, but you have the option to further upgrade the model with the brand’s Build To Order program.


The new KTM RC 390 gets a new design, new colors, new suspension, new instrument console and a new split steel trellis frame.

BMW G 310 RR versus KTM RC 390

The BMW G 310 RR will also lock horns with the KTM RC 390. One of the most capable motorcycles, the RC 390 has always been high on the value proposition with its delightful performance available at an accessible price. More recently the company introduced the second generation of the RC 390 and the bike received a complete overhaul helping to improve the power and performance of this 373cc single cylinder engine. The upgrades were massive though and that meant a substantial price hike. As a result, the KTM RC 390 sells for Rs. 3.14 lakh (ex-showroom), making it slightly more expensive than the top-end BMW variant priced at Rs. 2.99 lakh (ex-showroom). of exposure).


The 2022 Kawasaki Ninja 300 continues to draw power from the 296cc parallel-twin engine with 38.4hp and 26.1Nm

BMW G 310 RR vs. Kawasaki Ninja 300

The oldest offering in this segment, the Kawasaki Ninja 300 was recently introduced again in India as the MY2022 model. The bike has remained largely the same for nearly a decade now, but the twin-cylinder offering is an absolute hoot of an entertainer. However, the price of Rs. 3.37 lakh (ex-showroom) makes it the most expensive offering here and a good Rs. 38,000 more than the top-end G 310 RR. The difference is a good Rs. 52,000 over the entry level version.

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