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BMW to open pre-bookings for G310R and G310GS bikes in India from June 8

BMW will open pre-bookings for two of the company’s upcoming bikes -- BMW G310R and BMW G310GS -- in India from June 8. Deliveries of the bies will be done on first-come-first-served basis.

Updated: Jun 06, 2018 15:32:11

Press Trust of India, New Delhi

BMW G310R is lightweight, and has a 313 cc engine. (www.bmw-motorrad.com)

BMW Motorrad India has announced pre-bookings for its upcoming bikes - BMW G 310 R and BMW G 310 GS – will start from June 8 for Rs 50,000 ahead of the official launch. Deliveries of the bikes would be done on first-com-first-serve basis as per orders, the company said in a statement on Wednesday.

BMW G310S’ centre of gravity is lower due to the unconventional cylinder arrangement and thus heavily concentrated on the front wheel. ( www.bmw-motorrad.com )

“The wait is now finally over as we open up pre-bookings for our customers ahead of the launch. We are confident that like elsewhere in the world, BMW G 310 R and BMW G 310 GS will create a successful chapter in the India story as well,” BMW Group India President Vikram Pawah said. The two motorcycles are built for the Indian roads and offer a true BMW at competitive costs, he added.

The models will be sold and serviced through BMW Motorrad dealerships in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Bangalore, Ahmedabad and Kochi. The upcoming sales outlets in Chandigarh and Kolkata will start accepting bookings post launch. The models would be produced in India as part of German firm’s long-term partnership with TVS Motor Co.

In 2013, BMW and Chennai-based TVS Motor had inked a pact to develop and produce a new series of motorcycles in the below 500 cc segment.



First Published: Jun 06, 2018 15:31:54

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