BMW Motorrad’s Mumbai outlet, Navnit Motors, is offering a limited period discount on the company’s middleweight GS range. The dealership level offer brings the models like F 750 GS, F 850 GS and the F 850 GSA (GS Adventure) with benefits of up to INR 4,00,000. The offer is valid up to 30 November or until stock lasts.
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The dealer level offer could be an attempt to clear the existing stock of BS-IV compliant motorcycles before the updated models start to arrive in 2020. The F 750 GS, F 850 GS and the F 850 GSA are available at an ex-showroom (India) price tag of INR 11,95,000, INR 12,95,000 and INR 15,40,000 respectively. Check out the variant wise prices in the table below:
|Model||Variant||Ex-showroom India Price|
|F 750 GS||Standard||INR 11,95,000|
|Pro Low Suspension||INR 13,20,000|
|F 850 GS||Standard||INR 12,95,000|
|Pro Low Suspension||INR 14,20,000|
|F 850 GSA||Pro||INR 15,40,000|
To give you a quick recap, the BMW F 750 GS is the lower-spec model among the three motorcycles listed above. The road-biased setup brings alloy wheels, conventional (right-side up) telescopic forks and a relatively lower power output numbers than the F 850 range. The 853 cc, inline two-cylinder, water-cooled, eight-valve (four valves per cylinder), DOHC engine on the F 750 GS is tuned to produce 77 hp of maximum power at 7,500 rpm and 83 Nm of peak torque at 6,000 rpm.
The off-road biased F 850 GS and the F 850 GSA also pack tubeless tyre compatible cross-spoke wheels, inverted front forks and relatively higher output numbers than the F 750 GS. The same 853 cc motor makes 95 hp of peak power at 8,250 rpm and a maximum torque of 92 Nm at 6,250 rpm on the F 850 GS and the F 850 GSA.
Unlike the F 750 GS and the F 850 GS, the F 850 GSA is available in a single variant. Standard equipment on the INR 15,40,000 worth adventure tourer includes LED headlamp with LED daytime riding light, LED turn indicators, low double seat, wide enduro footrests, engine skid-plate cruise control, adjustable shift and foot brake levers and centre stand.
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The details about the F 750 GS and F 850 GS’s successor are scarce as the Bavarian brand did not make an announcement about the updated models at the 2019 EICMA show. The company, however, revealed the new F 900 R and the F 900 XR that come with a Euro-V compliant engine, and we could see the same motor power (although in a different tuning) the updated middleweight GS range.