Most recent On BMW G 310 R

Following two years of want, BMW has at long last affected the G 310 R for Rs 2.99 lakh (ex-showroom). This new offering has been made and arranged by BMW in Munich, at any rate, will be made in Bangalore at TVS Motor’s office.

The bicycle sports a 313cc fluid cooled single barrel engine that makes 34PS and 28Nm of torque. The bundling is a balanced trellis unit with 43mm topsy turvy front forks and back monoshock. Braking is by strategies for 300mm front and 240mm backplate brakes with twofold channel ABS as standard. Guaranteed top speed is 143kmph and proclaimed eco-kind air is 30kmpl.

The BMW G 310 R goes confronting the Benelli TNT 300i and KTM 390 Duke


About G 310 R

The G 310 R and G 310 GS are the two minimal most remote point bikes that should help BMW Motorrad gather the figures for development that it anticipated. India, the best bike show on earth, was a significant piece of those plans. Nevertheless, presently, BMW has completed a turnaround and has said that the 310 twins won’t be about numbers, yet about quality – something that BMW Motorrad is known for in business parts altogether.


The specs don’t make your eyes pop; the 313cc single-chamber motor has a four-valve head and is fluid cooled. It produces 33bhp and 28Nm and utilizes a chain drive through a six-speed gearbox. The front forks are topsy turvy units and sports expanded brake calipers that are fixed in front and drifting at the back, numerous counterparts to KTM’s Dukes. It has a 12-liter fuel tank and a 145kph top speed. Tire sizes in like way are striking: 110/70-17 front and 150/60-17 back. ABS is open.

The G310 R battles with the KTM 390 Duke truly, while the Benelli TNT25 and Kawasaki Z250 are besides contenders. The notoriety the affiliation has for quality has enabled it to charge a premium for its things. In any case, with a sticker cost of Rs 3 lakh, one can need to spot BMW bicycles all around once in a while, even the 310s.



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