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BMW G 310 GSThe BMW G 310 GS motorcycle with a price tag of Rs. 2.90 Lakh. It is available in 1 variant and 3 colours. Powered by a 313 cc bs6 engine, the BMW G 310 GS has a 6 Speed gearbox. The BMW G 310 GS has Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes along with ABS. Over 10 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for BMW G 310 GS.

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Key Specs of G 310 GS

Engine313 cc
Power34 PS
Torque28 Nm
Mileage29.26 kmpl
BrakesDouble Disc
Tyre TypeTubeless

BMW G 310 GS Highlights

The BMW G 310 GS has received a price hike of Rs 5,000 and is now priced at Rs 2.90 lakh. Despite the new pricing, there isn’t any addition on the bike. It continues with the same innards and paint schemes -- Black Yellow, Cyanite Blue, and Polar White.


BMW G 310 GS BS6 Price: 

The BMW G 310 GS BS6 is priced at Rs 2.85 lakh. That’s Rs 64,000 cheaper than the outgoing model priced at Rs 3,49,000 (both prices ex-showroom). It’s available in three new shades: white/grey, new Rallye colours and the commemorative “40 Years” edition. The ‘Style Rallye’ and ‘40 years of GS’ Edition will set you back by an additional Rs 6,000 over the ex-showroom price of the bike.


BMW G 310 GS BS6 Features:

Going with the recent trends, BMW has equipped the BS6 G 310 GS with LED lights all around, ride-by-wire throttle, a slipper clutch and adjustable brake and clutch levers. The ADV also features GTT (Glide Through Traffic) enables the bike to amble around in city traffic by just modulating the clutch.


BMW G 310 GS BS6 Engine:

The updated G 310 GS is powered by a BS6-compliant 313cc, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine that produces 34PS at 9,500rpm and 28Nm at 7,500rpm -- same as before. Its 6-speed transmission now features a slip & assist clutch.


BMW G 310 GS BS6 Suspension & Brakes: 

The baby GS comes with long-travel USD forks and a preload-adjustable monoshock. Braking duties are handled by a single 300mm disc mated to a 4-piston caliper up front and a single-piston caliper clamped onto a 240mm disc at the rear. 

Unlike the G 310 R, the GS features switchable ABS. The motorcycle employs dual-purpose tyres that measure 110/80-19 at the front and 150/70-17 at the rear. While the international models are offered in two-seat options, 835mm and 850mm, the Indian variant has a seat height of 850mm.


BMW G 310 GS BS6 Rivals: 

The BS6 BMW G 310 GS goes up against the KTM 390 Adventure in this price range. However, if you were to consider the ADV segment, it also takes on the Royal Enfield Himalayan and Kawasaki Versys-X 300.

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BMW G 310 GS Price

The price of BMW G 310 GS starts at Rs. 2,90,000. BMW G 310 GS is offered in 1 variant - G 310 GS ABS BS6 which comes at a price tag of Rs. 2,90,000.

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G 310 GS ABS BS6313 ccRs.2,90,000
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BMW G 310 GS Pros and Cons

Things We Like in G 310 GS

  • Engine vibes have been toned down considerably.
  • Revised suspension setup offers a plush ride.
  • Brakes have been improved for much better progression, bite and feel.

Things We Don't Like in G 310 GS

  • Chunky tyres make the front-end feel quite heavy.
  • The wider seat profile makes it a tad difficult to put both feet flat on the ground.
  • TFT display now feels rather dated.

Stand Out Features

  • BMW G 310 GS Pros and Cons

    Gold painted forks offer a premium look.

  • BMW G 310 GS Pros and Cons

    Metzeler Tourance tyres offer fantastic grip both on and off the road.

  • BMW G 310 GS Pros and Cons

    Top rack comes as standard.

G 310 GS Expert Review

The eye-watering price tag of the BS4 BMW G 310 GS was one of the biggest reasons for its low sales volumes, aside from, of course, the vibey nature of the engine and the lack of features. 2020 though is a whole different story. The Germans have finally realised the Indian market responds to value for money over anything else. So, along with the BS6 update, BMW reworked the engine, threw in new premium features, and slapped a price tag that’s hard to ignore. But have the changes made a difference? Do we finally have a baby Beemer worthy of the iconic GS name?

Design and Features

Design-wise, not much has changed for the BMW G 310 GS so to speak, except for the addition of new colours schemes and features such as LED lights all around that amp up its premium quotient. We still love the edgy design and bulbous tank which lets you grip the bike better with your thighs, offering more control off-road. BMW has managed to maintain its high fit and finish levels despite the lower price tag. As expected, the switchgear quality and tactile feel on the BMW is a couple of notches higher, possibly the best in the segment.

Engine and Performance

One of the biggest issues that plagued the BS4 Beemer was vibes. That for the most part has been toned down with the BS6 iteration. The revised engine internals and new engine mounts, which made a world of a difference on the BS6 TVS Apache RR 310, have been incorporated into the BS6 GS as well. While the engine isn’t completely vibe free, it doesn’t send a constant buzz through your thighs and up your spine anymore. The engine also feels smoother at lower revs which amplifies its riding experience in city traffic. 

The addition of ride-by-wire throttle makes for crisp and precise throttle inputs, giving you more control over the bike. That said, the throttle is on the heavier side which tends to strain your hands during long journeys. 


BMW G 310 GS BS6

BMW G 310 GS BS4


313.3cc liquid-cooled single

313.3cc liquid-cooled single


34PS @ 9250rpm

34PS @ 9500rpm


28Nm @ 7500rpm

28Nm @ 7500rpm


6-speed + slipper clutch





3.39 seconds

3.12 seconds


8.3 seconds

7.57 seconds

30-70kmph in 3rd gear

4.16 seconds

4.25 seconds

40-80kmph in 4th gear

5.24 seconds

5.23 seconds

While the overall power output hasn’t changed, there is a slight dip in performance. Nothing alarming though. Heck, we wouldn’t even have noticed it if it weren’t for our timed performance runs. The engine still feels eager to get off the line and has a good amount of bottom and mid-range punch. Sure, it’s a tad slower than the BS4 model while darting from 0-100kmph, but the difference is negligible. 

Besides, on-road acceleration speeds shouldn't worry you if you’re on an ADV. What’s important is how the engine puts down its power. There’s plenty of bottom-end grunt which is perfect for off-road use. The mid-range is particularly impressive and our in-gear roll-on acceleration runs should paint you a picture. The BS6 model manages to shave a few hundredths of a second off the BS4 model. The power kicks in slightly earlier as well which means you’re always in the meat of the powerband. 

Looking to overtake a snail-paced bus or lorry? There’s plenty of power to do so and the engine lays it out for you without throwing a fuss. Moreover, the bike’s taller gearing also allows it to cruise at relatively lower rpm in slow-moving traffic. Aiding its low-speed ability is its throttle assist system which is BMW lingo for Glide Through Traffic (GTT) -- a feature borrowed from TVS. You could easily cruise at 17kmph, 27kmph or 35kmph in 3rd, 4th or 5th respectively with no throttle input. The engine does all the work increasing the revs to keep the bike going. 


BMW G 310 GS BS6

City FE




Fuel tank capacity


Within the city, the BS6 G 310 GS returned a fuel efficiency of 29.6kmph. That’s understandably low, but do bear in mind the bike did so in peak traffic which means you could expect a bit more from the motor in ideal situations. Out on the highway, things do work out for the better. The motor felt more at ease and in its element cruising between 90kmph and 100kmph at around 6000rpm. The result was 32.86kmpl. We wouldn’t mind these efficiency numbers if it weren’t for the rather small fuel tank. At just 11 litres, it’s the tiniest in its segment. We expect more fuel carrying capacity from an adventure tourer.


Braking and Handling


Despite gaining some weight during the BS6 transition, the baby GS feels quite light on its feet. It packs the same hardware as before which means you get a long-travel Kayaba fork, a monoshock, and a trellis frame that ties everything together. That said, BMW has changed the tune of the suspension for a plush ride. It’s still on the softer side but doesn’t bottom out anymore unless you push it to its limits off the beaten path. 

On-road, the configuration smoothes out any bumps or imperfections with ease. You could almost forget the pothole-ridden roads in India and cruise over them at a steady pace without the ride ever feeling jarring. On top of that, the longer 26.7-degree rake and 19-inch front wheel make the bike more stable at higher speeds, but in the city, the front feels a tad slow to react to inputs. The wider tyres add to the front-end weight and by extension, increase steering effort.

The dual-purpose Metzeler Tourance tyres offer fantastic grip on the road and despite the taller stance of the bike, inspire confidence while turning into corners at high speeds. These are equally good on loose surfaces and egg you to push harder. However, these still aren’t proper off-road knobby tyres so you will find their off-road limit sooner rather than later. 

Thanks to the longer travel suspension and higher ground clearance, you have enough room to clear rough roads, small rocks or bumps. The overall setup, despite the alloy wheels, is good enough for light off-roading. The tall and wide handlebars along with the chunky tank allow you to grip the bike better. You can quickly shift your weight forwards and backwards as needed to maintain traction on hills and obstacles, and side to side to level the bike.

Our only quibble is the absence of switchable ABS, which was present on the BS4 model. Having the ability to lock the rear would offer better control over the vehicle on loose surfaces. So, why BMW felt the need to remove the system altogether is a mystery to us.


BMW G 310 GS BS6

BMW G 310 GS BS4







On a positive note, BMW has improved on the brakes. Drop the anchor and the bike will stop on a dime. The brakes feel progressive and have plenty of bite and feel. The braking numbers speak for themselves. Braking distances have improved considerably, both from 100-0kmph and 60-0kmph compared to the BS4 model. 

Safety and Features

This is where the BS6 BMW G 310 GS feels like its leaps and bounds ahead of the BS4 model. Sure, the previous-gen baby GS felt premium too but it lacked basic features which put customers off. The BS6 model has a lot going for it. The old halogen setup has been replaced by a full-LED headlight which not only ups the style quotient but is also practical. The illumination, far-reaching throw and the blanket-like spread of the beam can light up pitch dark roads with ease.   

One would also appreciate design details such as the BMW logo etched on the DRL lens and the boomerang-shaped LED winkers which bring the bike to life. The adjustable clutch and brake levers make life a lot simpler. Four steps of adjustment allow you to either retract or extend the levers based on your hand size.  I, for example, have average-sized hands, and setting the levers on three gave me enough leverage to work the brake and clutch using two fingers. The clutch also feels a lot lighter thanks to the addition of a slip and assist system. 

What’s been given a miss though is a full-colour TFT display. We would have loved to see the age-old LCD unit swapped out for a more comprehensive colour display which would have put the GS in a better position to take on the 390 Adventure. It is a reasonably informative display, but it just looks dated now, especially on a premium bike like this one. Apart from that, a pair of handguards and possibly a metal sump guard would have helped protect the engine and levers in case of a fall.

BMW G 310 GS User Reviews

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    Amazing Bike with Great Brand

    An awesome bike with amazing features and the trust of the brand BMW. I just love this machine! It is good to go choice.....Read More

    By aghil kumar
    On: Apr 07, 2020 | 2791 Views
  • Cool Bike

    BMW G 310 GS is good enough for an off-roading system. It is better than Himalayan smooth control we can handle good.....Read More

    By muhammed fidun
    On: Mar 25, 2020 | 2037 Views
  • Nice Bike

    Solid Package at a pretty good cost, Nice pickup.

    By varun
    On: Jan 26, 2020 | 452 Views
  • Value for money

    The best brand you can get under budget price, Ride quality of this bike is very nice and the seating posture and.....Read More

    By sathyanarayana
    On: Dec 16, 2019 | 1640 Views
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    Road monster


    By arun kumar
    On: Jun 14, 2019 | 612 Views
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What is the exact on-road price of BMW G 310 GS?

The on-road price of BMW G 310 GS in Delhi starts at Rs. 3,25,115. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

Which bikes is better BMW G 310 GS or KTM 250 Adventure?

BMW G 310 GS price starts at Rs 2,90,000 ex-showroom and KTM 250 Adventure price starts Rs 2.83 Lakh ex-showroom. Royal Enfield Himalayan, KTM 390 Adventure on the basis of their price, features & specs.

What is the engine displacement of BMW G 310 GS?

The engine displacement of BMW G 310 GS is 313 cc

What is the Start type of this bike?

BMW G 310 GS has Self Start Only.

What is the Tyre Type of BMW G 310 GS?

BMW G 310 GS has Tubeless tyres.

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The seat height of BMW G 310 GS is 835 mm.

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