BMW G310R and G310GS Confirmed For Launch in the second half of 2018, which means they will be ready just before the festive season
BMW is on the mark to occupy the parking space of the aspiring bikers by the launch of its much affordable BMW Motorrad G310R and G310GS which is likely to be priced between 2.50 to 3.0 lakhs and is expected to hit the Indian road by mid of 2018 with venture of Indian racing giant TVS.
BMW Motorrad has established their G 310 R production house in TVS Hosur plant. BMW Motorrad has set the TVS motor route to bring their affordable bike just like KTM did with Bajaj and Pulsar NS was the result of their venture and following the trend TVS is planning to bring Apache RR 310 S for their fan.
The 313 cc engine of BMW G 310 R produces maximum power of 34 BHP and 28.4 Nm of torque and its sibling G 310 GS will get same displacement featuring updated suspension and front larger wheel for adventures ride. G 310 R has to compete with the ruler KTM Duke 390 and the blue propeller badge on the tank of G 310 R and GS will help to set the foot in Indian market as owning BMW’s quality and performance is honoured tag for the Indians no matter its bike or a car. A big reason why majority of the sales are on hold from the enthusiast as they await TVS and BMW bikes.
BMW is seeking for dealers in Delhi, Cochin, Chennai, Bengaluru, Chandigarh and Kolkata which will full-fill their ten dealerships plan after Pune, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad for unwrinkled after sale service. Hope so BMW Motorrad and TVS will set their stand with these products in upcoming 2018 Auto Expo.
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