BMW has launched its most affordable motorbike the BMW G 310 R. The sport-naked is now BS6-compliant and gets other small changes. The BMW G 310 R was originally launched in 2018 but at that price, it was considered more expensive than its competition. Dealers also began selling it at a much lower price in December 2019. Now, the sport-naked’s price has officially been revised with the new BS6-compliant iteration. According to recent report, BMW is set to launch new G 310 R in Nepal in upcoming days.
While the BMW G 310 R sits between the KT 250 Duke and 390 Duke, in terms of power and torque figures, it’s still closer to the latter when it comes to its pricing. Speaking of the power and torque figures, the motorcycle continues to make 34hp at 9,500rpm and 28Nm of torque at 7,500rpm from its 313cc, single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine. BMW has also switched to all-LED lighting on the updated bike. While the older model only had an LED tail-light, the new one gets an LED headlight and turn indicators. Another big change comes in the form of the colour schemes which will be available in Nepalese market too.
The 2020 G 310 R is available in three colour schemes – blue and white, black and white, and a bright three-tone black, white and red. The three-tone option, called ‘Style Sport’, also features a red-coloured frame and wheels. Other changes on the 2020 G 310 R include ride-by-wire, adjustable levers and a different finish on the engine casing. The G 310 R is available with a standard 3 years, unlimited kilometres warranty. Stay tune with us for more auto news in Nepal.