BMW Motorrad lowers prices after custom duty drop

    The price drops range between Rs 10,000 and Rs 1.60 lakh, depending on the model.

    Published On Feb 23, 2018 01:18:00 PM


    BMW Motorrad lowers prices after custom duty drop

    A little over a week ago, we reported that import duties on performance bikes had dropped. We also told you that BMW Motorrad would be one of the biggest gainers of this custom duty drop; a decrease of 25 percent on CBU motorcycles. BMW has now released its new revised price list and the bikes are now more pocket-friendly by up to Rs 1.60 lakh on some models.

    We have compared the new price list with BMW’s original price list from April 2017 and found that almost every motorcycle – aside from the recently launched F 750 GS and F 850 GS – have received sizeable price cuts. The company’s litre-class supersport, the S 1000 RR Standard and Pro has received a price cut of Rs 1 lakh and Rs 80,000, respectively. The new ex-showroom prices for the two models are Rs 17.90 lakh and Rs 20.60 lakh, which has resulted in more competitive pricing against its Japanese rivals.

    The company’s two India Bike Week 2017 debutants, the R nine T Racer and the K 1600 B also received big cuts. The R nine T Racer is now cheaper by Rs 80,000, at Rs 16.50 lakh while the K 1600 B is cheaper by Rs 90,000 at Rs 28.10 lakh. See the price list comparison for BMW‘s entire India model line-up in the table below.

    Expect to see similar price revisions from Aprilia, Yamaha, MV Agusta, Indian Motorcycle, Moto Guzzi and others.

    Model-wise price change (ex-showroom, pan-India)
    ModelOld priceNew price
    S 1000 RR StandardRs 18.90 lakhRs 17.90 lakh
    S 1000 RR ProRs 21.40 lakhRs 20.60 lakh
    R 1200 RS StandardRs 15.90 lakhRs 15.40 lakh
    R 1200 RS Dynamic+Rs 16.90 lakhRs 16.40 lakh
    R 1200 GS StandardRs 15.90 lakhRs 15.70 lakh
    R 1200 GS ProRs 19.50 lakhRs 18.90 lakh
    R 1200 GS Adventure StandardRs 17.50 lakhRs 17.10 lakh
    R 1200 GS Adventure ProRs 21.40 lakhRs 20.80 lakh
    S 1000 XR StandardRs 18.50 lakhRs 17.50 lakh
    S 1000 XR ProRs 21.50 lakhRs 19.90 lakh
    F 750 GSRs 12.20 lakhRs 12.20 lakh
    F 850 GSRs 13.70 lakhRs 13.70 lakh
    S 1000 R StandardRs 16.90 lakhRs 16.30 lakh
    S 1000 R SportRs 17.90 lakhRs 17.20 lakh
    S 1000 R ProRs 18.90 lakhRs 18.10 lakh
    R 1200 R StandardRs 14.90 lakhRs 14.90 lakh
    R 1200 R ExclusiveRs 15.40 lakhRs 15.40 lakh
    R 1200 R StyleRs 15.50 lakhRs 15.50 lakh
    R nineTRs 17.90 lakhRs 17.30 lakh
    R nineT ScramblerRs 15.90 lakhRs 15.40 lakh
    R nineT RacerRs 17.30 lakhRs 16.50 lakh
    R 1200 RT StandardRs 18.50 lakhRs 18.20 lakh
    R 1200 RT ProRs 21.90 lakhRs 21.50 lakh
    K 1600 GTL ProRs 28.50 lakhRs 28.30 lakh
    K 1600 B ProRs 29.00 lakhRs 28.10 lakh

    Also see:

    BMW F750 GS, F850 GS first look video

    BMW G 310 R, G 310 GS India launch by end-2018

    BMW Bikes Bikes

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