Discounts being offered on the G 310 R and G 310 GS vary across different dealerships.

BMW G310R Red Paint Scheme
The G 310 R is officially priced at Rs. 2.99 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi)

BMW’s G 310 R and the G 310 GS, which is an adventure bike based on the former model, are now made available at dealerships with discounts of up to Rs. 70,000/-. These are offered in the form of cash discounts, free insurance and accessories and are different across all dealerships. Lower interest rate options are also being offered at some dealerships across North and West India.

With the discounts, the bikes will now cost around Rs. 3 lakhs and Rs. 3.7 lakhs (on-road). The bikes are BMW’s latest entries into the sub-500cc segment. They are manufactured in India by TVS, while the design and development of the two motorcycles happened in Munich, Germany. Both bikes are powered by the same reverse-inclined 313.2cc, liquid cooled, single-cylinder engine which can produce a power of 34 HP and 28 Nm torque. The engine is paired with a 6-speed transmission.

While both bikes share the same braking system (discs at the front and rear) and steel trellis chassis with separate sub-frame, the G 310 R is a naked tourer while the G 310 GS is a adventure tourer. The BMW G 310 R rests on 17-inch lightweight alloys that have road-biased Michelin tyres encasing them. The BMW G 310 GS however, to suit its adventure-oriented design comes with 19-inch and 17-inch wheels for the front and the rear respectively which run on Metzeler Tourance rubber.

Both bikes use the same inverted telescopic forks for front suspension while the rear suspension duties are left to the monoshock system in place.

BMW G 310 Discounts

– Discounts of up to Rs. 70,000/- being offered in dealerships
– Discounts in the form of free accessories, insurance and cash discounts
– Both bikes share same engine but differ in riding ergonomics

BMW G310 GS Revealed
The G 310 GS is based on the G 310 R but is an adventure tourer