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Updated BMW G 310 R, G 310 GS will be available with starting EMIs from Rs. 4,500



BMW Motorrad India has announced that the updated and BS6-compliant G 310 R and G 310 GS will be available for sale with starting EMIs of Rs. 4,500. Expect the motorcycles to be introduced in India soon.




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Expect BMW to launch the BS6-compliant G 310 Twins during the Christmas season

The updated BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS are expected to be launched in India soon. BMW Motorrad India announced that the BS6-compliant variants of the G 310 Twins will be on sale with an EMI starting at £ 4,500. The launch date for the motorcycles has not yet been announced. Interested customers can book the motorcycles either online or at BMW dealerships across India by paying a token amount of £ 50,000. BMW says that dealer bookings are made on a first come, first served basis. In addition to the BS6-compatible engine, both models receive a significant design update.

Also read: BS6 BMW G 310 Twins Bookings begin

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(The BMW G 310 R 2020 is getting a new LED headlight. However, the entire design remains largely unchanged.)

The BMW G 310 GS is expected to receive a new LED headlight and a newly designed headlight cluster. Of course, the exhaust system was also changed. The motorcycle will likely get new colors and graphics to make it more attractive. The rear light has also received a subtle design update. We expect BMW to offer a new instrument panel as well as a Bluetooth connection for both motorcycles, which we are also seeing with two-wheelers in the lower segment. The BMW G 310 R will also receive a revised LED headlight assembly as well as a new exhaust and possibly also a new instrument panel. Expect both bikes to get a slew of new colors and body graphics.

Also read: 2020 BMW G 310 GS Spotted Testing

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(India will be the first market to receive the updated BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS with functional and cosmetic upgrades.)

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In terms of engine specifications, both motorcycles will continue to receive the same 313cc engine. In the BS4 version it produced 34 hp and 28 Nm peak torque and had a 6-speed gearbox. Expect a slight increase in prices for the BS6 models compared to the previous versions of the BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS, which had a price of 2.99 lakh and 3.49 lakh respectively.

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