BMW G310GS India Launch Along With G310R Launched which puts it at a premium over all its rivals
The BMW G 310R and the G 310 GS is one of the most awaited bikes to be launched in the Indian market. The bikes are on sale in many other countries and are being manufactured in India. Motorcycle enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for the launch and also to get their hands over it. Although, BMW has showcased the G310R and the G310 GS in the past two Auto Expos in India, the launch of it has been delayed. However, they are FINALLY are here!!
Customers have pre-booked BMW G 310 R and the BMW G 310 GS motorcycles ahead of the official launch for an amount of INR 50,000. Pre-booking can be done at any authorized BMW Motorrad dealership across the country.
Deliveries will be done on a first come first serve basis as per orders. To pre-book the motorcycles, customers can either visit a BMW Motorrad outlet or request a call back simply by filing up an enquiry form online at www.bmw-motorrad.in With the partnership between TVS and BMW-Motorrad, the G310 series has been developed. While the booking of the G 310R and the G 310GS has already commenced, have a look at the details below. BMW offers 3 years unlimited warranty, quick loans and other benefits available at dealerships as standard.
BMW G310GS Design and colors
The highlight which has made our jaws drop is that the traditional GS styling can be seen here. Same color schemes pattern. Tank shrouds, a protruding beak and a large luggage carrier at the back to carry everything you ever need to stay on the road forever (if you wish to)
BMW G310GS Chassis, suspension and brakes
Similar chassis is visible. What we can see is raised USD front fork, 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels with dual sport tyres. Similar brakes with ABS is most likely to come. Monoshock at the rear is similar but like the front, the rear will be most likely be raised.
BMW G310GS India Price and Launch Date
G310R Rs. 2.99 Lakhs and G310GS priced at Rs. 3.49 Lakhs – Prices seem just right, but slightly on the premium side.
2016 BMW G310GS India Engine and Mileage
The engine is set to be the same. The engine will be tuned for mid and low range torque and will compromise slightly on the top-end power most likely. The gearing will be tweaked and so will be the timings of ever single aspect in the engine. Including camshafts, valve trains and much more nerdy stuff that you don’t need to know right now.
Length – 1988 mm
Width – 849 mm
Height – 1080 mm
Wheelbase – 1374 mm
Seat Height – 785 mm
Kerb Weight – 158.5 kgs
Fuel Tank – 11.0 liters
Length 2075 mm
Width (across hand levers): 880 mm
Height (excluding mirrors): 1230 mm
Seat height, unladen: 835 mm
Rider step length, unladen: 1,870 mm
Unladen weight, fully fuelled/road-ready: 169.5 kg 1
Max. permitted weight: 345 kg
Max. load (with standard equipment): 175.5 kg
Usable tank capacity: 11 l
of which reserve: 1 l
Single Cylinder, Liquid-Cooled, SOHC, 4-Valve
Maximum Power – 34 BHP @ 9500 RPM
Maximum Torque – 28 NM @ 7500 RPM
Transmission – 6 Speed Gearbox
Suspension, Tyres & Brakes
Front – 41mm Upside down Forks (Higher in travel then G310R)
Rear – Adjustable Monoshock
Front 110/70/17 (Tubeless Dual-Sport)
Rear 150/60/17 (Tubeless Dual-Sport)
Front – 300 mm Disc (ABS)
Rear – 240 mm Disc (ABS)
BMW G310GS Safety and Features
ABS will be standard and can be switchable for the rear wheel. Features set will include full TFT display of the speedo meter and will have all fuel information along with tell-tale lights.
The BMW G 310 R and BMW G 310 GS will be sold and serviced through the premium dealer network of BMW Motorrad that is present across important centres in India including Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Bangalore, Ahmedabad and Kochi. BMW Motorrad’s upcoming dealerships in Chandigarh and Kolkata will start accepting bookings of the motorcycles post launch. To enable customers to own BMW Motorrad motorcyles of their choice, BMW Financial Services India will offer customized and flexible financial solutions. Customers can also get their loans pre-approved before delivery takes place.
2017 BMW G310GS Review