The BMW C 400 GT will be the company's first maxi-scooter for India.
It is powered by 350cc,single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that makes 34hp and 35Nm and comes mated to a CVT.
The BMW C 400 GT's seat height is 775mm.
Boot space is decent and there's a hydraulic strut to lift the seat up.
Storage cubby behind the apron houses a USB charging port.
Standard fitment includes full-LED lighting.
TFT display shows turn-by-turn navigation as well.
The scooter uses a steel-bridge frame and has 1,560mm long wheelbase. Its kerb weight is 214kg. The top box is sold as an accessory.
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