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Own the BMW G 310R and G 310 GS sport bikes for only Rs. 4,500 per month

BMW Motorrad offers a range of motorcycles on the Indian market. One of the brand’s cheapest motorcycles was the G 310 GS and G 310 R, which were built here in India at TVS’s Hosur plant. Like other two- and four-wheel manufacturers, BMW was working on a BS6 version of these motorcycles and was seen testing a few times. BMW Motorrad will shortly be launching the BS6 versions of both motorcycles. Before the start, BMW India Financial Services announced new tailor-made and flexible financial solutions.

With this new service, customers can own their new Dreambikes at EMIs from just INR 4,500. Customers can get their loans pre-approved at an attractive interest rate before they start. BMW Motorrad has already made advance reservations for the BS6 version of the G 310R and G 310GS motorcycles through dealers and on the official website.

The BMW G 310R is a bare street motorcycle while the G 310GS is an adventure tourer. Both bikes are slightly updated in terms of design compared to the BS4 models. The main difference will be the LED headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights that will receive BS6 versions. Other than that, the overall design of the bike will look a little sharper. The USD front forks will continue to get a gold hue, and the alloy wheels and frame are also expected to get an orange or red hue. There is a possibility that the instrument cluster of this motorcycle will also be updated.

The aforementioned BMW G 310R and G 310GS are made here in India and share the frame and engine with TVS Apache RR 310. In fact, TVS Motors makes these motorcycles at its Hosur plant alongside the Apache RR 310. One of the reasons why the BMW 310 twins weren’t popular in the segment is price. Although they are made here in India, their prices are very high, which discourages many from buying them. There have been reports that BMW Motorrad may lower the price of these motorcycles in order to stay competitive. This motorcycle continues to be powered by a liquid-cooled 313cc single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine that produces 33.6 horsepower and 28 Nm of torque. They are sold and serviced through BMW Motorrad dealers across India.

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