BMW G 310 R Now Available At KTM 390 Duke’s Price

Published On Dec 12, 2019 By Alpesh Rajpurohit for BMW G 310 R

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Fancy yourself a premium German motorcycle as a Christmas gift? 

  • BMW Motorrad dealerships are offering the G 310 twins for ex-showroom price. 
  • The dealerships will take care of RTO charges and insurance. 
  • A Schuberth helmet worth Rs 60,000 is also on offer. 
  • Offer is valid until December 25, 2019.  

Want to get yourself a Christmas gift? How about a BMW G 310 for the same price as the KTM 390 Duke? Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, select BMW Motorrad dealerships in India are offering the G 310 R and the G 310 GS at their ex-showroom price of Rs 2.99 lakh and Rs 3.49 lakh respectively (both prices ex-showroom). 

If you add up the insurance cost, RTO charges and include several other factors, the on-road price of the bikes shoots up quite significantly with the G 310 R costing Rs 3.7 lakh and the G 310 GS Rs 4.43 lakh. However, the dealership will take care of these additional costs. Interestingly, the offer doesn’t end here. Dealerships are also giving a Schuberth helmet worth Rs 60,000 for free! 

The only catch here is that this offer is valid only until December 25, which means you have less than two weeks to decide whether you should get a premium German motorcycle at such insane discounts. 

This isn’t the first time that BMW Motorrad dealers have come up with such discounts. Back in September, some dealers were offering these massive discounts on the G 310 twins. One of the few reasons why dealerships are giving such heavy discounts is to boost sales and clear the existing BS4 stock. 

Also read: BMW Motorrad Updates Its Motorcycles For 2020

As of now, there’s no word from BMW Motorrad India about when the BS6-compliant G 310 twins will be launched, but one thing is for sure that the new variants will be more expensive than the current-gen motorcycles. 

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