Both models, the 2020 BMW G 310 GS and the BMW G 310 R, now get significant styling updates along with a BS6 compliant engine with similar power figures as before.
The BMW G 310 R is priced at Rs. 2.45 lakh and BMW G 310 GS is priced at Rs. 2.85 lakh
BMW Motorrad India has launched the updated G 310 R and G 310 GS in India. The BMW G 310 R is now priced at ₹ 2.45 lakh while the G 310 GS is priced at ₹ 2.85 lakh (ex-showroom). BMW did well to revise the prices on both motorcycles. The previous versions of the BMW G 310 R and the G 310 GS were priced at ₹ 2.99 lakh and ₹ 3.49 lakh, respectively. Both bikes get minor cosmetic updates along with a BS6 compliant engine as well. The company had revealed all the changes on the two motorcycles and while BMW could have done better to offer more features such as a TFT instrument console but the changes are mostly limited to styling, new colours and a BS6 compliant engine.
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The engine on the BMW G 310 R and the G 310 GS is the same as the one on TVS Apache RR 310. Since the RR 310 uses a BS6 compliant engine which displaces 313 cc and makes 34 bhp at 9,700 rpm along with a peak torque output of 27.3 Nm of torque at 7,700 rpm, the G 310 twins get the same engine in a similar state of tune. There is a 6-speed gearbox on offer.
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BMW Motorrad had earlier announced that the BS6 compliant variants of the G 310 twins will be on sale with a starting EMI of ₹ 4,500. The launch date for the motorcycles hasn’t been revealed yet. Interested customers can book the motorcycles either online or at BMW dealerships across India by paying a token amount of ₹ 50,000. BMW says that dealership bookings will be on a first come first serve basis.
The BMW G 310 GS gets a new headlight, with an LED daytime running light strip running right across which seems to be inspired by the headlight on the F 900 R. It definitely looks cool. The ‘GS’ lettering on the fuel tank is now bigger and the ADV-style beak up front gets a ‘Rallye’ sticker as well. The motorcycle is also seen wearing a new ‘Rallye’ colour scheme, with black as the base colour. The combination of black, blue, silver and red looks quite good. BMW will also offer two new colour options and maybe the ’40 Years Of GS’ edition as well.The other detail worth noticing is that the tyres in the studio shots are road-biased while the tyres of the bike on the assembly line are dual-sport spec.