After the G310R and G310GS, BMW added the fully covered G310RR to its line of entry-level bikes. It can be a good choice for people who want to drive on the track and get the premium brand value with the BMW name. The BMW M1000RR and S1000RR the only fully-faired bikes in India. G310RR will go up against bikes like the Kawasaki Ninja 300, the KTM RC 390, and the TVS Apache 310, among others. Check Stoptechy.com for more news.
BMW is making it easy to pay for cars, so ownership costs aren’t as much of a burden. Bookings now being taken for the BMW G310RR. It done online or at any of the BMW Motorrad dealerships authorized to do so. BMW India Financial Services is the company that is offering these payment plans. There are three ways to pay for something: Standard, Balloon, and Bullet. Each has its own benefits. Users can choose based on what they need. EMI plans start at Rs 3,999 per month. BMW G310RR loans taken out for up to 84 months.
BMW G310RR Prices
There are two different kinds. Prices for the BMW G310RR start at Rs. 2.85 lakh (before taxes). This costs Rs. 20k more than the TVS Apache 310, which starts at Rs. There is also a BMW G310RR Style Sport option, which starts at Rs 2.99 L. Prices given in ex-sh. These are mostly the same as the TVS Apache 310, but they have a new colour and some new stickers.
Dual headlights, small rearview mirrors on the front cowl, and a good-sized windshield give the all-new BMW G310RR a strong street presence. The bike has a low, pulled-back handlebar that is one of the most important parts that show its racing style. Other important features are the chiselled fuel tank, the split-seat design, the raised back end, and the upswept exhaust.
The side fairing panels look like the ones used on the Apache RR310. A lot of the side below the gas tank, including the engine assembly, is covered. The frame exposed in the middle of the bike, which gives it a rough look and feel. Stoptechy. Like other BMW 310cc bikes, the G310RR has a golden finish on the front USD forks.
A 5-inch FTF instrument console with BMW Motorrad branding is another important part of the all-new BMW G310RR. It doesn’t have Bluetooth connectivity, unlike the TVS Apache 310, which can connect to a user’s phone. Once users connected, they use features like call alerts, message alerts, and turn-by-turn directions. You can also find out about the car’s top speed, how much fuel it uses, and how far it has gone. The slightly backward-placed footpegs on the BMW G310RR show that it designed for riding on the track. But the bike used in the city. It should be enough for some highway fun at high speeds.