BMW Motorrad to Officially Enter India October 2016

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BMW Motorrad brings good news for all the bike enthusiast of India. They officially disclosed that it will launch theirG 310 Rmodel to start the business in motorradin India in October 2016.It is expected to that they may set up a dealership in metro cities of India in the initial stage. The BMW G 310 R, which will be made in India is the first BMW Motorrad model that will start the business in Indian metro cities.


The bike G 310 R is powered by a 313cc, single-cylinder, fuel injected with a liquid-cooled engine that develops 34 BHP at9,500 rpm and 28 Nm of torque at7,500 rpm. There are other features too. The stopping power comes from single 300 mm and 240 mm disc brakes at the front and rears respectively. This motorcycle comes with dual channel ABS that is part of standard equipment. The bikerides on 17-inch alloy wheels shod with an 110/70 section tyre at the front and a 150/60 section tyre at the rear. It is proven the bike is coming with all the best qualities a motorcycle needs to be popular among the buyers.BMW Motorrad has also hinted to sell the CBU models apart from the G 310 R.

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The president and CEO of BMW Motorrad Stefan Schaller has commented that BMW will be officially starting two-wheeler operations India by October this year. He also added that they are hopeful about the business of upcoming bikes in India. Their initial business will startthrough the company’s two distributors, Deutsche Motoren (Delhi and NCR) and Navnit Motors (rest of India). BMW, the name is enough to think about a posh car with excellent good looks and comfortability. The price may be out of the range of the lower middle-class section of Indian Bikers, though the company has not disclosed it’s price yet. The price of this model has settledin 3 lakhs.

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