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BMW G 310 RThe BMW G 310 R motorcycle with a price tag of Rs. 2.45 Lakh. It is available in 1 variant and 3 colours. Powered by a 313 cc bs6 engine, the BMW G 310 R has a 6 Speed gearbox. The BMW G 310 R has Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes along with ABS. Over 35 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for BMW G 310 R.

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Key Specs of G 310 R

Engine313 cc
Power34 PS
Torque28 Nm
Mileage32.46 kmpl
BrakesDouble Disc
Tyre TypeTubeless

BMW G 310 R Highlights

BMW has launched the BS6-compliant G 310 R in India for Rs 2.45 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Bookings for the roadster have officially commenced across the country for a token amount of Rs 50,000. The reduction in the retail price has helped the German brand record over 1,000 bookings within a month of launch. 

 

BMW G 310 R BS6 Price: 

The newly launched BMW G 310 R BS6 is priced at Rs 2.45 lakh (ex-showroom), which is Rs Rs 54,000 cheaper than the outgoing BS4 model. It's available in three new liveries: Cosmic Black, Polar White and ‘Style Sport’ in Limestone Metallic which will cost you an additional Rs 10,000 over the ex-showroom price of the bike.

 

BMW G 310 R BS6 Features:

The BS6 update brings with it a new LED headlight running LED DRLs, LED turn indicators, ride-by-wire throttle, a slipper clutch and adjustable brake and clutch levers. The bike also gets GTT (Glide Through Traffic) which works like a torque-assist allowing the bike to amble around at slow speed by just modulating the clutch.

 

BMW G 310 R BS6 Engine: 

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

 

BMW G 310 R BS6 Suspension & Brakes: 

Suspension duties are handled by 41mm upside-down forks up front and a monoshock at the rear. A 300mm disc up front and a 240mm disc at the rear handle braking duties with dual-channel ABS. Its 17-inch alloys are wrapped with Michelin Pilot Street tyres, measuring 110/70 at the front and 150/60 at the rear. With a saddle height of 785 mm, riders of all sizes should be able to get astride the G 310 R and manage it with ease. 

 

BMW G 310 R BS6 Rivals: 

At this price, the BMW G 310 R BS6 locks horns with the KTM 390 Duke and the Honda CB300R. It also rivals the BS6 TVS Apache RR 310 and the Kawasaki Ninja 300

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BMW G 310 R Price

The price of BMW G 310 R starts at Rs. 2,45,000. BMW G 310 R is offered in 1 variant - G 310 R ABS BS6 which comes at a price tag of Rs. 2,45,000.

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G 310 R ABS BS6313 ccRs.2,45,000
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BMW G 310 R Colours

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Cosmic Black

BMW G 310 R Mileage and Performance

City Mileage32.46 kmpl
Highway Mileage39.44 kmpl
Acceleration (0-60 Kmph)3.29s
Acceleration (0-80 Kmph)5.25s
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BMW G 310 R Pros and Cons

Things We Like in G 310 R

  • Vibrations have been toned down to a great extent.
  • Suspension retune allows for a more composed ride with a pillion.
  • Excellent brakes. Offer good bite, feedback and progression.
  • Paint quality brings out the premiumness of the product.

Things We Don't Like in G 310 R

  • The Michelin Pilot Street tyres lack grip, thus affecting the bikes braking performance & handling.
  • Sticks to the same LCD display. A full-colour TFT screen would have been a welcome addition.
  • Service and spare part costs are still likely to be more expensive than its competition.

G 310 R Expert Review

What comes to your mind when you think of the BS4 BMW G 310 R? Unreasonably expensive? Spot on, we’d say. To add to this, we felt the bike lacked features compared to its competition and had a vibey motor that ate into its fun factor. It was pretty much the same case with the Apache RR 310. However, TVS really put their heart and soul into the RR’s BS6 iteration, making it one heck of a proposition. It’s largely vibe-free, rides better and packs a ton of features. 

So does the BS6 G 310 R follow the same path? Has BMW ironed out the Beemer's shortcomings? Well, the spec sheet might not tell a very different story from its previous iteration. But there are some much needed improvements here, and thanks to a lower price tag of Rs 2.45 lakh (ex-showroom), it’s a lot more accessible than before as well.

Design and Features

The overall silhouette of the bike remains pretty much unchanged, but there are subtle design updates that add to the G 310 R’s appeal. The devil really is in the details. The LED headlight, for instance, is all new and features a unique U-shaped LED DRL and the BMW logo etched onto it. Is it practical though? In terms of illumination, the low beam has good throw and lights up dark roads pretty well. As for the high beam, we wished it had a bit more throw which would help light upfor dimly lit highways.

The new LED winkers designed to look like boomerangs are yet another design detail enthusiasts would appreciate. The fuel tank, as well as the floating tank extensions, have been redesigned whichand carry over the mass -forward styling from the litre-class S 1000 R. The rest of the bike is pretty much the same. Overall build quality is typical BMW, solid with premium material finishes all over.

Engine and Performance

Powertrain

BMW G 310 R BS6

BMW G 310 R BS4

Engine specs

313cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, DOHC

313cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, DOHC

Power

34PS at 9500rpm

34 PS at 9500rpm

Torque

28Nm at 7500rpm

28 Nm at 7500rpm

Gearbox

6 speed

6 speed

Slipper clutch

Yes

NA

 

There’s no difference in the powertrain: it still packs the same 313cc single-cylinder engine with the same power outputs. The difference lies is the catalytic converter and the ECU, as is the case with all BS6 bikes. While the spec sheet says there is no difference in performance, real world tests say otherwise. The engine feels a bit restricted power-wise, which is down to the larger cat con and stricter emission norms. And the results are pretty evident in our performance runs.

Acceleration

BMW G 310 R BS6

BMW G 310 R BS4

0-60kmph

3.29 seconds

3.07 seconds

0-100kmph

8.01 seconds

7.47 seconds

30-70kmph in 3rd gear

4.05 seconds

3.53 seconds

40-80kmph in 4th gear

5.21 seconds

4.51 seconds

 

It’s a little over half a second slower than the BS4 model while darting from zero to 100kmph. Mid-range performance, which is most useful in city traffic, and quick overtakes has also taken a hit. Having said that, you don’t really feel the difference. The G 310 R still feels peppy and a lot more refined than the outgoing model. That’s not to say that the BMW has managed to completely get rid of the vibes -- they still manage to creep through the footpegs and handlebars over 80kmph. But they’re low enough to not be a bother, even on long journeys. This makes the motor more enjoyable than before.  

The power kicks in slightly earlier down the rev range, giving the G 310 R a meatier mid-range. Also, the fact that it weighs around 15kg lighter than the RR makes the throttle response feel more reactive and the engine livelier. It’s also easier to pop wheelies because the front end is lighter (compared to the RR), you are sitting in an upright stance and hence more prone to catching some air while getting off the line.

Fuel efficiency

BMW G 310 R BS6

BMW G 310 R BS4

City

32.46kmpl

31.86kmpl

Highway

39.44kmpl

37kmpl

Highway Range (11-litres)

433km approx.

407km approx.

Sure, the slight dip in performance is a bit disappointing on paper, but the BS6 G 310 R sure as hell makes up for it with increased fuel efficiency, both in the city and out on the highway. Of course, it all boils down to your riding style and how easy you are on the throttle. And if you exercise a bit of control on your right wrist, you might manage a range of almost 400km on a full tank. That’s a noticeable improvement over the BS4 bike.

 

Braking and Handling

Components

BMW G 310 R BS6

Front suspension

41mm Upside down fork

Rear suspension

Directly hinged monoshock with adjustable preload

Brakes

Front: 300mm disc


Rear: 240mm disc

Tyres

F: 110/70 R 17

R: 150/60 R 17

ABS

Dual channel

Kerb weight

158.5kg

 

There is no change in the BS6 G 310 R’s underlying hardware but the German manufacturer has tinkered with the suspension tune to make it slightly firmer. While the previous suspension setup was pliant, it felt a bit wallowy with a pillion on board. The retune on the BS6 model allows for a more composed ride with a pillion. It flattens out bumps and undulations with ease. 

The light front end allows you to throw it into a corner with the chassis and suspension setup acting as anchors, allowing you to hold the line, and correct it if need be, quite easily. That said, the handling capabilities of the BMW G 310 R far outweigh the grip of its Michelin Pilot Street tyres. We’d suggest you swap them out for a pair of Michelin Road 5’s instead. These grippy tyres have proved themselves on the BS6 Apache RR 310 and should help highlight the G 310 R’s true handling prowess.

I’d say the BS6 G 310 R is a lot easier to ride compared to the frantic 390 Duke. So if you’re less skilled and would like to learn the art of cornering, the baby Beemer makes a lot more sense.   

Braking

BMW G 310 R BS6

BMW G 310 R BS4

100-0kmph

49.26m

50.61m

80-0kmph

31.79m

32.45m

 

Also worth noting is the braking system, which has been improved significantly in the BS6 model. The revised system offers more feel through the levers, something that the BS4 version lacked. Not only this, the BS6 bike also has better progression and feedback. The reduced braking distance should give you a clear picture. These numbers could have been even better if it wasn’t for the tyres. They simply lack grip and fail to inspire confidence under hard braking.

Safety and Features

Featured packed bikes are pretty much the norms these days. While the BS4 G 310 R felt a bit lacking in this department, the BS6 bridges the gap between it and its rivals to some extent. You have LED lights all around, which we already spoke about. Additional creature comforts include adjustable clutch and brake levers which will help you fine tune the lever reach as per your hand size. I for one have average sized hands and found this particularly helpful and less strenuous. 

Also taking the load of the clutch lever is a slip and assist function. The clutch feel is a lot lighter compared to the BS4 model. It’s as easy as pulling on the lever with just two fingers. Hard downshifts are also possible thanks to the slipper clutch, which helps you brake late into corners without worrying about wheel hops.

BMW could have taken a leaf out of TVS’ book and offered a full-colour TFT display, which could have earned the baby Beemer a few extra brownie points. But it chose to stick to the same old LCD screen to keep costs in check. Having said that, the LCD screen does just fine for now and is quite legible even in broad daylight.

The one leaf they did take out of TVS’ book is GTT or Glide Through Traffic, although BMW calls this “Automatic Idle Speed Increase.” This feature works wonders on the BS6 G 310 R. It’s so much easier to ride in peak city traffic or just ambling around at slow speeds -- just slot the gear as per the speed and toddle along by just modulating the clutch. Oh and ride-by-wire throttle now comes as part for the standard equipment.

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    On: Nov 29, 2020 | 18 Views
  • Wow amazing and superb bike

    Its nice Bike overall for long rides mostly comfort in city traffic bike pickup is also nice and It's overall ok

    By srinivas patil
    On: May 31, 2020 | 254 Views
  • Awesome Bike

    A perfect bike for city and highway. Thanks, BMW for 310R and GS310. Now India's every BMW lover can enjoy with BMW.....Read More

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    On: Apr 05, 2020 | 1611 Views
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    On: Mar 18, 2020 | 942 Views
  • Best bike in the world

    Best bike, looking very cool, the colour is also good thanks, BMW. 313 cc means it's good, I give to 5 Star.

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    On: Feb 27, 2020 | 309 Views
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What is the exact on-road price of BMW G 310 R?

The on-road price of BMW G 310 R in Delhi starts at Rs. 2,75,758. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

Which bikes is better BMW G 310 R or Bajaj Dominar 400?

BMW G 310 R price starts at Rs 2,45,000 ex-showroom and Bajaj Dominar 400 price starts Rs 2.35 Lakh ex-showroom. BMW G 310 GS, KTM 390 Duke on the basis of their price, features & specs.

What is the engine displacement of BMW G 310 R?

The engine displacement of BMW G 310 R is 313 cc

What is the Start type of this bike?

BMW G 310 R has Self Start Only.

What is the Tyre Type of BMW G 310 R?

BMW G 310 R has Tubeless tyres.

What is the mileage of BMW G 310 R?

Rittick asked on 13 Oct 2020

The claimed mileage of BMW G 310 R is 30 kmpl.

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