BMW Bikes

4.3 is average rating of BMW bikes by 406 users
BMW bikes price starts from Rs. 2.60 Lakh for G 310 R to Rs. 45.00 Lakh for M 1000 RR. BMW offers a total of sixteen products which are Petrol powered two wheelers only. BMW C 400 GT is a popular scooter in India , BMW M 1000 RR is one of the top Sports bikes in India and BMW R 18 is one of the top Cruiser bikes in Indian auto market . The company also plans to launch several upcoming bikes such as K 1600 GTL, R NineT Racer and F 850 GS. Choose a BMW bike to know all the details, including the latest price & bike offers at dealer showrooms in your city. You can also check out the specifications, images, bike mileage, user reviews from fellow BMW bike owners and unbiased reviews by our auto experts.
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BMW Bikes Price (January 2022) in India

BMW Bike ModelEx-showroom Price
BMW G 310 RRs. 2.60 Lakh
BMW S 1000 RRRs. 19.50 - 23.75 Lakh
BMW C 400 GTRs. 9.95 Lakh
BMW F 900 RRs. 10.80 - 10.95 Lakh
BMW G 310 GSRs. 3.00 Lakh
BMW R 1250 GSRs. 20.45 - 21.30 Lakh
BMW M 1000 RRRs. 42.00 - 45.00 Lakh
BMW R 1250 GS AdventureRs. 21.30 - 22.40 Lakh
BMW R nineTRs. 18.50 Lakh
BMW R NineT ScramblerRs. 16.75 Lakh
BMW R 1250 RTRs. 16.25 Lakh
BMW R 1250 RRs. 16.25 Lakh
BMW F 900 XRRs. 10.95 - 12.55 Lakh
BMW S 1000 XRRs. 21.30 - 21.60 Lakh
BMW R 18Rs. 19.90 - 24.00 Lakh
2021 BMW S 1000 RRs. 17.90 - 22.50 Lakh

About BMW

German bike-maker BMW Motorrad known for some of the most iconic motorcycles and innovation in two-wheeler technologies has made its entry into the Indian market with its extensive range of high-end superbikes including its adventure motorcycle series. Its entire line-up is available in India sold via BMW dealerships across the country.

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  • G 310 R
    160 reviews

    The engine (soul of the bike) is rough and feels stressed at times and ventilation is not at par, The bike gets heated a lot in slow moving traffic, The exhaust note is also not soothing, The gear shifts are very hard and this is a deal-breaker. Vibrations are present on the bike, Service network is limited in India.You do not feel confident at high speeds.The bike looks good, grabs attention, Suspensions are good, Seat-height is good for short riders also it is comfortable to sit. Led headlight is quite bright and gives good visibility at night. Breaks are decent. Overall avoid buying this bike, It just looks good and there are lot of problems in this bike.

    Sudhir 2 months ago
  • S 1000 RR
    68 reviews

    The S 1000 RR is BMW’s top-of-the-line sportbike designed for competition, trackdays, street riding, and all-around sport fun. All of the wonderful qualities that we loved about the first- and second-generation bikes are present in this third-iteration machine, albeit in a smoother and more controlled fashion

    Moto 1 year ago
  • G 310 GS
    100 reviews

    This is undoubtedly an eye-catching motorcycle. You'll often notice people turning their heads. It is also very comfortable and has "excellent" braking capability. Never seen a bike with such terrific braking performance. However, It does not seem to be very reliable. On the first day of delivery, The bike stopped after 5 km and we had to tow it back to the garage. The next day the starter motor was changed and it was fixed. Point to be noted, The motor of a brand new bike had to be changed in just one day. Ok fine, Let me take that as a technical exception and not be judgmental about that. After all, it's a machine and perhaps bad luck. But no, It doesn't end there. Over the next one month, The bike again stopped several times in the middle of the road due to two reasons: 1. Overheating 2. Taking the clutch and releasing the accelerator. Now, Every now or then I would see the engine temperature reaching over 100c even when riding at 40-50km/hr. When I called service people they said 100c is very normal because 105c is the limit. Just 5c below the limit every now and then doesn't seem normal to me. One fine day the bike stopped in the middle of the road and refused to start because the temperature reached over 105. Though it eventually did start after 20 minutes, But hey.What the hell? it's not a 200hp bike that heat management is so difficult. Apart from this, The bike has stopped several times when I applied the full clutch and released the accelerator. In fact, riding this bike was like a luck game. I hope it doesn't stop! another thing is that this bike has a very very bad low rpm power delivery. It is useless to drive the bike below 4000rpm. At low revs, One wrong gear or a slight quick release of clutch and the engine begins to knock out. This makes low speed driving a very bad experience. Not just me but several people who have tried my bike have ended with a sudden engine turn off because of bad low rev power delivery. The bike though becomes fun after 4k rpm but it's pain below that. Also, the power delivery is highly non-linear. It comes in bursts after 4k and again somewhere after 6k. After the first service of the bike after 1000km, the heating issue was solved and switching off when taking clutch also reduced significantly. One more thing I think could be better is the speed. With my brother sitting at the back, Which is mostly the case, The bike struggles reaching 120km/hr.I don't mean it can't reach more than 120, But the time it would take to cross this speed will require an impractical stretch of free road. So for all practical purposes, We can find it reaching 80 to 90 easily on the Delhi ring road with moderate traffic. Just wish it could be 120 or so with ease instead of 90. To sum up1. Stunning looks and somehow the brand value (really?) adds to it.2.Very comfortable, Glides through rough roads.3.Very good breaking performance.4.Very bad low rpm power delivery5.Speed slightly lower than expectations. Why 4 stars even after all this? well, I think the overall ownership makes me feel a 4-star satisfaction. It's not only the engine you see when we talk of how you feel about owning a particular bike. A million-dollar question would be, If you removed the brand value would I still rate this 4 stars? honest answer, No. I would rate it 3.5 stars. So the extra 0.5 stars just for the ego boost of owning a BMW? perhaps yes. Would I recommend this bike? yes, I will, There's perhaps no competition to it in terms of comfort and appearance. Given the option of a 100% refund, Will I buy a different bike? well no. Out of the box, But I decided on this bike over the ninja 650 which I was initially planning.No it was not the price, It was the feel. Even today I will not swap this with a 650. Just for information a few quick facts: it cost me 3, 50, 000 on road in Delhi with the blue and red colour option which was around 7k extra. I ride in the city and the mileage is 25km/once I broke the clutch lever and it cost over 3k to have it replaced. The first service cost over 7k.

    Mrinal 2 months ago
  • R 1250 GS Adventure
    16 reviews

    The bike is excellent no words to describe about it.But the mantinence is very expensive and the mileage is also average.The treatment in the showroom outstanding.The performance is phenomenal.

    Ruthwik 6 months ago
  • G 310 R
    160 reviews

    Pros:-.01.Very comfortable.02.Superb handling.03.Decent power for the city.04.Looks very premium.Cons:-.01.High maintenance cost (but you can go with other brand's consumables at a much cheaper price).02.Chain noise in bad roads and potholes.03.No tft screen.04.Hard gear shift.05.Overpriced for what it offers (not applicable for the bs6 model).

    Animesh 10 months ago
  • G 310 GS
    100 reviews

    Overall a good bike.I am still struggling with the tight gear box.It's a big let don for me.Tight gear and traffic, Sudden downshift, You will be definitely dislike it.

    Joey 3 months ago

BMW Bike Comparisons

BMW Bikes Question and Answers

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    Both BMW S 1000 RR and Ducati Streetfighter V4 are brilliant pieces of machinery. While BMW Motorrad has done impressive work with the 2019 S 1000 RR, BMW India certainly seems to have pulled a rabbit out of its hat with the pricing. The S 1000 RR might have lost its sharper styling but it is narrower than before, with a smaller fuel tank as well. This has made the bike easier to straddle and easier to lock yourself onto while cornering. The bike is surprisingly comfortable for a superbike with plenty of room in the saddle. On the other hand, Ducati recently launched its 200PS monster, the Streetfighter V4, in India starting at Rs 19.99 lakh (ex-showroom). Sure it’s packed with all the bells and whistles but it can be a handful for many. The Ducati Streetfighter V4 is one of the most powerful and mental nakeds in the world. It looks equally deadly, especially in the Dark Stealth option. The phenomenal pricing is just the cherry on the cake. If you are looking for a powerful street-legal naked bike, then the Streetfighter V4 is a no-brainer. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers] dealership details.Read More: - Ducati’s 200PS Super Naked Is Ready To Rule Indian Streets - The 2021 BMW am 1000 RR Maybe The Perfect Track Tool For You - BMW S 1000 RR vs Ducati Streetfighter V4

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 3 months ago

    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 and assist clutch.Read more -BMW G 310 R BS6 Ridden: Bavaria Bounces Back.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 3 months ago

    Both the bikes are good in their forte. BMW G 310 GS has a revised suspension setup that offers a plush ride. Brakes have been improved for much better progression, bite and feel. On the other hand, Benelli TRK 502 features a docile engine that is perfect for those upgrading from small-capacity bikes. It is very comfortable. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.​Read more -2020 BMW G 310 GS - Real World Test.-Benelli TRK 502 BS6: Road Test Review.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 3 months ago

    The BMW C 400 GT is the mid-capacity maxi-scooter from the German manufacturer. It is powered by a 350cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor that produces 34PS at 7500rpm and 35Nm at 5750rpm. For now, the brand has not revealed the top speed of the scooter. We would suggest you to wait for the launch for more details. Stay tuned.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 4 months ago

    For this, we would suggest you to get in touch with the authorized dealership as they would be the appropriate point of contact regarding your concern. You can check the dealer details here.

BMW Bikes Expert Reviews

BMW Bikes FAQs

Which is the cheapest BMW bikes in India?

The cheapest BMW bike in India is G 310 R, which is priced at Rs. 2.60 Lakh.

Which are the best BMW bikes above 2 lakh?

The popular bikes offered by BMW in this segment are BMW G 310 R, BMW S 1000 RR and BMW C 400 GT

What is the price range of BMW ?

BMW bikes in India comes in the price range of Rs. 2.60 Lakh to Rs. 45.00 Lakh.

Which is the best mileage bike in BMW?

G 310 R is the most mileage efficient model in BMW with a mileage of 32 kmpl.

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