BMW Motorrad offers a number of motorcycle in Indian market. One of the most affordable motorcycles from the brand was G 310 GS and G 310 R which was built here in India at TVS’s Hosur manufacturing plant. Like other two and four wheeler manufacturers, BMW was also working on a BS6 version of these motorcycles and have been spotted testing couple of times. BMW Motorrad will soon be launching the BS6 versions of both motorcycles and before the launch, BMW India Financial Services has announced new customized and flexible financial solutions.
Uncer this new service, Customers will be able to own their new dream bikes at EMIs starting at just INR 4,500. Customers can get their loans pre-approved before the launch at an attractive interest rate. BMW Motorrad has already pre-bookings for the BS6 version of G 310R and G 310GS motorcycle via dealerships and on official website as well.
BMW G 310R is a naked street motorcycle whereas the G 310GS is a adventure tourer. Both motorcycles will be getting minor updates in terms of styling in comparison to the BS4 models. The main difference will be the LED headlamps with integrated LED DRLs that BS6 versions will be getting. Apart from that overall design of the bike will be made to look a bit more sharper. The front USD forks will continue to get a golden colour and the alloy wheels and frame is also expected to get a shade of Orange or red colour. There is a possibility that the instrument cluster on these motorcycle might also be updated.
The BMW G 310R and G 310GS as mentioned above are manufactured here in India and share the frame and engine with TVS Apache RR 310. In fact, TVS Motors manufactures these motorcycles at its Hosur factory, alongside the Apache RR 310. One of the reason why BMW 310 twins were not popular in the segment is because of the price. Even though they are manufactured here in India, they are priced very steeply which discouraged many from buying it. There are reports that BMW Motorrad might bring down the price of these motorcycles in order to stay in the competition. These motorcycle will still be powered by 313-cc, single cylinder, liquid cooled, fuel injected engine that generates 33.6 hp and 28 Nm of torque. They will be sold and serviced through BMW Motorrad dealers across India.