In order to push the sales numbers, BMW is offering an attractive discount on their entry level G310R and the G 310GS motorcycles
Only recently we have informed you all that TVS Motors is offering the Apache RR310 at 0 per cent down payment and at a lower EMI of Rs 4,444. Now, according to the recent reports, BMW Motorrad is also offering their entry-level G310R and the G310GS motorcycles at 0 per cent down payment.
Additionally, BMW is also offering a 0 per cent rate of interest during the period of payment which will also help save a lot of money for the new buyers. Both the entry level bikes from BMW (including the G310R and G310GS) are powered by a 313cc, single cylinder liquid cooled engine that produces about 34 Bhp of peak power at 9,500 rpm and 28 Nm of peak torque at 7,500 rpm.
The engine is paired with a 6-speed gearbox. Both the motorcycles are available with a 3-year/unlimited kilometres warranty and a stretched service period of 1-year/10,000 km to provide a hassle-free ownership experience for the buyers.
For those of you who are still not aware BMW introduced these entry-level motorcycles in July 2018 in India. The G310R is a naked street bike while the G310 GS is an adventure tourer. Both the bikes share the same chassis, engine and braking setup, the G310 GS, in particular, features 19-inch front wheels and a 17 inch rear wheel fitted with Metzeler Tourance tyres.
The G310R, on the other hand, has been fitted with 17-inch wheels at both ends wrapped with road biased tyres from Michelin. The G310GS weighs 11 kilograms more than the G310R and uses a better suspension setup with more travel and few other additional features.
In spite of being the most affordable BMW motorcycles, the prices of both the G310R and the G310 GS have been a major point of discussion since their launch. Both these motorcycles are made in India and still are priced higher compared to their prices in the US market. Hopefully, these attractive 0 per cent down payment and a 0 per cent interest rate will help boost the sales of these two bikes in India.