BMW G 310 GS Adventure Tourer gets more expensive in India
Except for the price increase, there are no other changes on the BMW G 310 GS adventure tourer which continues with features like full LED lighting, full digital instrument panel and dual channel ABS.
BMW Motorrad India has announced a price hike on its entry-level adventure touring motorcycle, the G 310 GS. The company raised the price of the bike slightly from ₹3 lakh (ex-showroom) to ₹3.05 lakh (old showroom). Except from the price increase, there are no other changes on the bike.
The motorcycle continues with the same set of features such as full LED lighting, a full digital instrument cluster and dual channel ABS. It comes in three color choices, including Rallye Style, Polar White, and Cosmic Black (Style Triple Black).
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At the heart of the bike is still the same BS 6 compliant 313cc single cylinder engine. This engine is known to produce 33.5hp of power and 28Nm of peak torque. And is mated to a 6-speed transmission. For suspension duties, the bike uses inverted front forks and a rear monoshock. Additionally, other hardware components include a 19-inch front wheel and a 17-inch rear wheel, disc brakes at both ends, and dual-channel ABS.
It’s worth nothing that despite the latest price increase, the bike continues to remain more affordable than its big rival, the KTM 390 Adventure. The latter, however, sports a longer feature list and a more powerful engine.
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This is the second price increase announcement on the latest iteration of the bike. Meanwhile, the Indian-made G 310 GS has also made its way to the Japanese market where it retails for 708,000 JPY (converted to ₹4.79 lakh).
Date of first publication: March 31, 2022, 09:47 IST