BMW G310 R: All you need to know about it

The wait is over! BMW Motorrad India has announced prices of its most affordable offerings – the G310 GS and the G310 R. The former is priced at Rs 3.4 lakh while the street naked retails for Rs 2.75 lakh. Bookings have already started and deliveries will begin immediately in a few days from now. Both the motorcycles boast a 313cc engine that is liquid-cooled, has a single cylinder and a power output of 34PS and torque of 28Nm. A 6-speed transmission as well as ABS are also standard. Here is an image gallery of the BMW G310 R.

 

The BMW G310 R takes design cues from the bigger S1000 R. It has been designed by ex-Bajaj Design Chief Edgar Heinrich who also designed the Pulsar 200NS
The intent of the BMW G310 R is to build an easy access point to the Motorrad family and thereon help retain the customer within the BMW fold by offering him upgrades
The rear end looks quite stubby, typical of naked street motorcycles. The end can is shared with the Apache RR310. Both the motorcycles are based on the same platform and you will see a bit of common parts too
The BMW G310 R has a relatively easily accessible rider’s seat as opposed to the pillion which is a stepped up unit. That white rear monoshock suspension will definitely be a pain to keep clean in the rain
The switch gear is shared with the TVS Apache RR 310 and seems high quality too

 

The BMW G310 R boasts an all-digital meter console
The BMW G310 R will compete with the KTM 390 Duke and the Benelli TNT300

 

BMW G310 GS image gallery

BMW G310 GS and G310 R launched in India

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