TVS launches Apache RR 310, RTR range in Singapore

    The entire range of Apache bikes will be available in the Singapore market.

    Published On Nov 25, 2022 12:06:00 PM


    TVS launches Apache RR 310, RTR range in Singapore.
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    TVS has opened its first experience centre in Singapore, which will retail its entire line-up of Apache models. This experience centre will also house a servicing bay, in addition to retailing genuine TVS apparel and accessories. 

    1. First TVS experience centre opened in Singapore 
    2. Will have servicing area with spare parts
    3. More commuter-friendly products to follow 

    TVS Apache bikes launched in Singapore: details

    The entire range of TVS Apache bikes, including the recently updated RTR 160 2V, the Apache RTR 160 4V, the Apache RTR 200 4V and the flagship Apache RR 310 will be available in the experience centre in Singapore. Additionally, it will also house a dedicated servicing area that will stock spare parts for the motorcycles. While currently only the Apache models have been launched, in the future TVS will also introduce more commuter-friendly options in Singapore. 

    TVS has partnered with Motorsport Pte Ltd (part of the Chong Aik Group) who will be the distributors for the Hosur-based manufacturer in the Singapore market. Motorsport Pte Ltd has six retail outlets and eight warehouses in the region and apart from TVS, they are also distributors for other brands such as Yamaha, Arai and Brembo. This expansion, TVS claims, is a part of its global expansion strategy. 

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