The company will now function as a part of BMW India and offer its entire range as CBUs.

For several years, BMW Motorrad has been selling bikes through importers. Now, it has finally started operations as a part of BMW India.

The motorcycle manufacturer has already begun setting up dealerships and service centres - the first phase will see four dealerships, one each in Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru and Pune. BMW Motorrad will offer its complete range - from the R 1200 series to the S 1000 series and the R nineT series. All its bikes will make their way here as CBUs.

Sadly, the eagerly-awaited G 310 R will not debut with the rest of the range. This bike is expected to make its way here this year, but BMW is isn’t revealing any details about the launch of its first small-capacity motorcycle.

The rest of the range is priced as follows: (All prices ex-showroom, Delhi)

Model Price in lakh
K 1600 GTL Pro 28.5
K 1600 GTL Standard 25.9
R 1200 RT Pro 21.9
R 1200 RT Standard 18.5
S 1000 XR Pro   21.5
S 1000 XR Standard 18.5
R 1200 RS Dynamic+ 16.9

R 1200 RS Standard

R nineT Scrambler 15.9
R nineT    17.9
R 1200 R Style 15.5
R 1200 R Exclusive 15.4
R 1200 R Standard 14.9
S 1000 R Pro 18.9
S 1000 R Sport 17.9
S 1000 R Standard 16.9
S 1000 RR Pro    21.4
S 1000 RR Standard 18.9
R 1200 GSA Pro    21.4
R 1200 GSA Dynamic+ 20.9
R 1200 GSA Standard 17.5
R 1200 GS Pro 19.5
R 1200 GS Dynamic+ 19


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