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BMW Motorrad reduces price of all bikes by 10% – Here is 2018 price list

Following Govt of India’s announcement to reduce import duty on CBU bikes, BMW Motorrad today revealed that they will pass on the benefits to customers. Effective immediately, prices of all BMW bikes on sale in India has been reduced by 10%.

Mr. Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India, said, “BMW Motorrad has already become the most anticipated and exhilarating brand to enter India. With the new attractive price-value proposition, we will offer bike enthusiasts an opportunity to experience unrivalled and exceptional motorcycling. Our commitment to deliver unique experiences and amazing ride quality gets further strengthened as the engagement with the Indian market grows stronger through enhanced value offerings.”

New Price List

Motorcycle Variant Price
BMW F 750 GS Standard 12,20,000
BMW F 850 GS Standard 13,70,000
BMW R 1200 R Standard 14,90,000
Exclusive 15,40,000
Style 15,50,000
BMW R nineT Scrambler Standard 15,40,000
BMW R nineT Racer Standard 16,50,000
BMW R nineT Standard 17,30,000
BMW R 1200 RS Standard 15,40,000
Dynamic+ 16,40,000
BMW R 1200 GS Standard 15,70,000
Pro 18,90,000
BMW R 1200 GS Adventure Standard 17,10,000
Pro 20,80,000
BMW S 1000 R Standard 16,30,000
Sport 17,20,000
Pro 18,10,000
BMW S 1000 XR Standard 17,50,000
Pro 19,90,000
BMW S 1000 RR Standard 17,90,000
Pro 20,60,000
BMW R 1200 RT Standard 18,20,000
Pro 21,50,000
BMW K 1600 GTL Pro 28,30,000
BMW K 1600 B Pro 28,10,000

Though this is great news, it saddens those fans who continue to wait for the G310R and G310GS. Both these bikes are made in India and are on sale in many countries around the globe. As per latest reports, both these bikes will be launched together in India, by Diwali 2018.

Once launched, G310R will be the most affordable BMW bike on offer with price expected to start in the INR 2 to 2.5 lakh range. Powered by an all new 313 cc, four stroke single cylinder engine generating 34 bhp power at 9,500 rpm and 28 Nm torque at 7,500 rpm, via a 6 speed gearbox. Features on offer includes, dual channel ABS, upside down forks, digital instrument control, Michelin tyres, monoshock rear suspension, LED taillights and side blinkers, and much more. The bike has already entered production at the TVS Motor plant in Hosur.

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