BMW has finally launched its fully faired entry-level sports motorcycle, the BMW G 310 RR in India. The BMW G 310 RR is based on the TVS Apache RR 310 model already available in India. The overall design and features of the bike remain the same as the Apache 310. The only change present on the bike is the new color scheme which is BMW’s signature. Pricing of BMW G 310 RR starts at Rs 2.85 lakh (ex-showroom).
There are two variants of the base variant and the top variant of the BMW G 310 RR. While the RR variant costs Rs 2.85 lakh while the RR Style Sport variant costs Rs 2.99 lakh. The bike is also available at an attractive EMI of Rs 3,999 per month. The color variants available to users are white and black.
As for the engine, the bike is powered by the same 313cc FI engine with a 6-speed gearbox that is present in the Apache RR 310. The liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine will deliver a horsepower of 33.5 hp at 9500 rpm. Maximum torque will be 27.3 Nm at 7,500 rpm. The frame of the bike has the same frame and subframe as the Apache. In terms of suspension, the bike gets a USD fork and the monoshock resembles the Apache RR310. As for the main highlights of the motorcycle, it is equipped with dual projector headlights, LED taillight, turn-by-turn navigation, traction control and shifter two-way fast.
As for the features of the new bike, the BMW G 310 RR offers a 5.0-inch TFT display, assist and slipper clutch, electrically controlled throttle and much more. Different modes on the bike will include Rain, Urban, Sport and Track. The different riding modes of the bike will allow it to modulate the performance according to the situation of the cyclist.
In terms of competition, BMW G 310 RR faces competition from TVS Apache RR 310, Kawasaki Ninja 300, KTM RC 390/ Duke 390 in the Indian market.
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