The new BMW G 310 GS has been one of the most highly anticipated motorcycles in India. With more Indians joining the adventure riding bandwagon, the mini-GS couldn’t have come at a better time. [Read more…]
BMW Motorrad only launched the much awaited G 310 R and G 310 GS Motorcycles in India last week at an extravaganza in Delhi. The G 310 GS, which is an adventure tourer, has not been given any list of accessories, unlike the vast number of options that its bigger siblings the F 750/850 GS and, of course, the big ol’ faithful R 1200 GS get. [Read more…]
We’ve waited too long for this Indo-German bike… but, thankfully, the wait has been worth it. [Read more…]
The BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS have finally been launched in India after a year of teasers, delays, and speculations. The two Bavarian motorcycles have joined the 300 cc capacity single-cylinder market, which is a small but well sought-after segment. [Read more…]
BMW Motorrad have just announced that they will offer three-year warranty regardless of the kilometres run with a three-year to a fourth or fifth year optional. The warranty will be applicable for the German manufacturers entire range with the exception of the brilliant but track-only BMW HP4 Race. In addition this warranty will be offered as standard and will be valid throughout the world.
BMW made this major announcement during the launch of the G 310 R and G 310 GS, however, the offer is also available for customers who have bought BMW motorcycles from authorised dealers between 1st April 2017 to 17th July 2018. These previous customer will have an option of converting their existing warranty to the three year unlimited kilometre warranty.
BMW is the first company to offer such a package in the premium segment to customers. We sure agree that this is a positive move and we hope other companies follow suit.
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The Indian prices and specs of the much-anticipated BMW Motorrad G 310 twins are finally here. [Read more…]
July will see the launch of four brand new two-wheelers on Indian shores, and we are excited. Everything from a sporty 125-cc scooter to a sporty 200-cc street naked, and even a err…sporty 310-cc off-roading machine is on the cards [Read more…]
BMW Motorrad have updated their 2019 G 310 R model along with a host of other models in their product portfolio. The updates, however, are purely cosmetic, with the G 310 R model being given a whole new colour called Racing Red. [Read more…]
With the launch of the BMW G 310 GS in India imminent, KTM have finally confirmed that they will indeed release their own light-weight adventure tourer, the much awaited KTM 390 Adventure. [Read more…]
The long, drawn-out wait is finally over. After much speculation, rumours, and even a couple of sightings, bookings for the BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS are finally open in India. [Read more…]