The much-awaited BMW G 310 R and the G 310 GS were launched earlier this month at an ex-showroom price of Rs 2.99 lakh and Rs 3.49 lakh, respectively. While the G 310 R is street-naked, the G 310 GS is its adventure-tourer sibling. Both the motorcycles have been launched in a single variant only and BMW Motorrad is yet to start offering the official accessories for these baby-Bimmers. However, Nagpur-based Motousher has come up with a range of aftermarket accessories for the BMW G 310 GS.
Basically, the seller is offering aftermarket add-ons from popular brands like Wunderlich, Hepco Becker, and Scottoiler. Akin to the G 310 GS, its accessories have a rather premium price tag. The touring screen, for example, costs a whopping Rs 17,900. On the other hand, the top case carrier costs Rs 9,500. Motousher, who is the official importer and distributor of these accessories, imports these add-ons from Germany and the UK. Other than the touring windscreen and the top case rack, the list of accessories also includes bits like quick-release panniers rack, mirror extensions, front suspension and swingarm sliders, and radiator protection guard.
You can also purchase a fairing safety guard, a headlight protection guard, handlebar riser and even enlarged brake and gear shifter levers. Moreover, you can opt for the high-performance EBC brake pads, clutch plates, and Barkbusters handguards. All these accessories are world-class products that can enhance the practicality and performance of the new BMW G 310 GS.
As we said, the G 310 GS is based on the G 310 R, which means it’s powered by the same 313 cc, fuel-injected, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-valve engine. This engine outputs a maximum power of 33.5 bhp at 9.500 rpm along with a peak torque of 28 Nm at 7,500 rpm. It comes mated to a six-speed gearbox. The motorcycle gets a 300 mm disc brake with a four-piston calliper at the front and a 240 mm disc brake with a single-piston calliper at the rear. The adventurer-tourer gets 41 mm upside-down front forks and a rear mono-shock with adjustable pre-load. The motorcycle tips the scales at 169.5 kgs. In India, the new BMW G 310 GS rivals the likes of Kawasaki Versys X300 and Royal Enfield Himalayan.
Source – Motousher