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BMW G 310 GS

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BMW G 310 GS Latest Updates

BMW’s baby ADV bike, the G 310 GS, has received its second price hike for 2021. It now retails at Rs 3 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), which is Rs 10,000 more than before.

A while back, BMW had unveiled the 2022 G 310 GS with new colour options that are expected to make their way here by the end of 2021. For full details, check out our story.

In October 2020, BMW Motorrad India blew us away with the price of the new BS6 G 310 GS. The smallest member of the GS family was priced at Rs 2.85 lakh (ex-showroom India) at launch, making it almost Rs 64,000 cheaper than the BS4 version. Now with the latest price hike, it undercuts its primary rival, the KTM 390 Adventure, by Rs 28,000.

BMW G 310 GS Engine

BMW has made quite a few tweaks to the internals of the 313cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled mill. Output remains constant at 34PS and 28Nm but in our VBox acceleration test, we found it to be marginally slower than its BS4 counterpart. The six-speed transmission now gets a slip-and-assist clutch. On the surface of it, the 43mm USD fork and preload-adjustable monoshock might seem to be identical to the older BS4 GS. However, BMW has changed the tune of the suspension units by a smidge, making them not too soft and wallowy. No changes to the braking hardware for the BS6 bike--300mm front disc and 240mm rear disc brake setup still bringing the bike to a halt. Dual-channel ABS remains but no possibility to switch intervention at the rear now.

BMW G 310 GS Design

Not much has changed in terms of the styling of the baby GS. It still looks the part of a GS motorcycle, with new attractive colours now offered. The quality of plastics and switchgear used is comparable to a bike thrice its value. There aren’t any loose wires to be seen, with seamless uniform welds to be found all across the trellis frame.

BMW G 310 GS Features

One of the major updates on the BS6 version of the G 310 GS is the new LED face. It is the same as its naked sibling, the G 310 R, and offers better illumination than the older halogen unit. LED turn indicators add to the premium look of the adventure motorcycle. Span-adjustable levers are a welcome addition to the motorcycle. The only dated bit on the bike remains the LCD dash, which doesn’t get any form of smartphone connectivity.

BMW G 310 GS Competitors

The BMW G 310 GS goes toe-to-toe with the KTM 390 Adventure. While priced lower than the baby GS, you can also look at the KTM 250 Adventure or the Royal Enfield Himalayan to satiate your adventure needs.

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BMW G 310 GS Price

BMW G 310 GS price start at Rs. 3.05 Lakh (Ex-Showroom). BMW G 310 GS is offered in only one variant - ABS BS6.
313 cc . 29.26 kmpl
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What is good and bad in G 310 GS?

  • G 310 GS Positives

    Looks just like larger GS cousins, Comfortable upright ergos for touring, Is the lightest ADV in its class

  • G 310 GS Negatives

    Engine refinement is a major concern, Lacks low-end grunt that is necessary for off-roading, Suspension is a bit too soft.

BMW G 310 GS User Reviews

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  • Comfort level

    Comfort level is good.Best thing is, Beautiful beast, Eye catchy, Height sometime gives problem due to road condition, Sudden braking this balance bike.Pickup is like rocket 😊.After sales service is cool.

  • 4.2
    Premium cars

    The BMW bs6 310 GS is a perfect all-rounder bike in the city, because of its less weight you can filter through very easily. Even getting bike reverse is also easy. Comfort level is compared to bigger cc bikes. You will not feel any potholes at all. I believe the money you are paying for suspension is not for the brand. Even the mileage is good for a bike like this I have always got a minimum of 30kmpl in the city. Bike presence is one of the plus points. Bike maintenance is very high for a 300 cc bike. It's even higher than some premium cars. Personally, I had a very bad delivery experience as well. Was not expecting this from a brand like BMW for that reason will never buy BMW again.

  • 3.8
    Catching motorcycle

    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.

  • 4.2
    Tight gear

    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.

  • 3.8
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BMW G 310 GS Colours

  • Polar White Polar White
  • Cyanite Blue Cyanite Blue
  • Cosmic Black Cosmic Black
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BMW G 310 GS Mileage

ARAI Claimed 32.86 kmpl
User Reported 30 kmpl

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying G 310 GS

Q. Which bike is better, G 310 GS, Dominar 400, RC 390 or Himalayan?
  • All four bikes are good in their forte. BMW G 310 GS looks just like larger GS cousins, Comfortable upright ergos for touring, Is the lightest ADV in its class. Good looks, healthy performance, competent underpinnings, and a host of features. All for just Rs 1.92 lakh. If you’re looking for the best bang for your buck, nothing eclipses the Dominar 400 in the sub-2 lakh rupee price bracket. Whereas, if you're looking for a light, powerful, sharp-handling sportbike that'll help you hone your skills, the KTM RC 390 makes perfect sense. However, the bike's committed riding posture means it's more suited for track than a road. And in that case, you could consider the TVS Apache RR 310 which has been significantly improved post its BS6 update. The Royal Enfield Himalayan was the motorcycle that kick-started the affordable adventure touring genre in India in 2016. Despite the arrival of new rivals, it continues to outshine them as an all-rounder. RE has ironed out the majority of the issues that plagued the first-gen motorcycle, but brakes still remain an Achilles heel. 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 dealership details.Read more -Long Term Review: Introducing TVS Eurogrip ProTorq Extreme Tyres For KTM 390 Duke..-2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan: Has RE Perfected The Formula?.
Q. Which bike to choose, Benelli TRK 251 or BMW GS 310?
  • Both the bikes are good in their forte. The TRK 251 is powered by a 250cc single-cylinder motor putting out 26PS and 21.1Nm, mated to a six-speed gearbox. While these numbers aren’t class-leading, the TRK 251’s low weight of 164kg (dry) and class-leading 18-litre fuel tank should make it a good bike to go the distance. On the other hand, As a mini adventure tourer, the BMW G 310 GS fails to impress us greatly. It just about does the adventure and touring bit well and if we are talking performance, it could have been tuned differently. Even different suspension tuning could help its case immensely in increasing the fun quotient. The only place where it impressed us is in the urban jungle. Add to that the fact that it looks big and the build quality is top notch (sparing a few blemishes). It does have better road presence than the G 310 R too. In fact, it does look like a GS. 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 dealership details.Read more -Benelli’s Most Affordable ADV Finally Sets Foot In India..-BMW G 310 GS: Road Test Review..-2020 BMW G 310 GS - Real World Test.
Q. BMW 310 GS or Benelli TRK 502? which one will be good for long drive comfort?
  • 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.
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Q. Is the seat of BMW G 310 GS adjustable and can a 5ft rider ride it?
  • BMW G 310 GS features a saddle height of 835mm which is not adjustable. Though the bike features an pre-load adjustable spring, it won't be of much help. For a better understanding of compatibility and riding comfort, we would suggest you to take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
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Q. I am looking for the best bike for my needs. I want one i can drive in the city. My wife rides with my on my bike and wants something to handle to bad roads and speed breakers better. Also we want to ride on long road trips and bring luggage. Don't know which is best BMW G310GS, Himalayan, or the 390 Adventurer. I like the low seat on the Himalayan that my wife could drive it. However it seems too heavy and not enough power. The BMW looks great but seems the suspension is too soft and brakes are week and the electronic package is pretty lame. I don't want anything more than 200kg bike.
  • Himalayan will be better while considering all aspects. Since bmw service costs are always above 10K. adv390 is more powerful and it requires more skills to handle it. But in case of Himalayan it is more easier and budgetary.
  • If pillion comfort is the requirement, himalyan should be out consideration... BMW g310GS and 390 Adventure have theri respective pros and cons..Do teat ride bothe and decide for yourself
  • Be sure and go for bmw 310gs it got steel braided brake lines it wouldn't disappoint you great break best in the segment so far rear one can't compare to anyone
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Q. Can 5.5 feet ride this bike BMW G 310 GS?
  • BMW G 310 GS features a saddle height of 835 mm, which is on a higher side and might not prove to be as comfortable per your requirements. However, we would suggest you to take a test ride of the bike and get better cognizance of compatibility and comfort. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
  • Riding will be comfortable, but getting on the bike, starting and all will be difficult
  • Can drive but you can have one foot down at a time.
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What is the price of BMW G 310 GS in 2022?

The 2022 ex-showroom price of BMW G 310 GS is 3.05 Lakh. Check On Road Price of G 310 GS. .

What is the mileage of BMW G 310 GS in 2022?

The ARAI claimed mileage of BMW G 310 GS is 32.86 kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of G 310 GS.

Does the BMW G 310 GS have ABS?

Yes, ABS feature is available in BMW G 310 GS. View full specification of G 310 GS.

Which is better BMW G 310 GS or TVS Apache RR 310?

BMW G 310 GS Price starts at Rs. 3.05 Lakh which is Rs. 45,010 costlier than base model of TVS Apache RR 310 priced at Rs. 2.59 Lakh. Compare BMW G 310 GS vs TVS Apache RR 310 on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of BMW G 310 GS in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of BMW G 310 GS in Delhi is Rs. 8,351 per month @ 6% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in BMW G 310 GS?

BMW G 310 GS is available in 3 colour : Polar White, Cyanite Blue and Cosmic Black. View colour images of G 310 GS.

Is Royal Enfield Himalayan better than BMW G 310 GS?

52% users have chosen Royal Enfield Himalayan over BMW G 310 GS in a survey being conducted on zigwheels.com. Check out the Detailed Comparison.

Is BMW G 310 GS better than TVS Apache RR 310?

56% users have chosen BMW G 310 GS over TVS Apache RR 310 in a survey being conducted on zigwheels.com. Check out the Detailed Comparison.

BMW G 310 GS Road Tests

2020 BMW G 310 GS - Real World Test
2020 BMW G 310 GS - Real World Test
20 Dec, 2020
The BMW G 310 GS was a very important motorcycle for the German giant. It was the most accessible and affordable bike in the renowned GS family. The baby GS was also the... read more

BMW G 310 GS: Road Test Review
BMW G 310 GS: Road Test Review
30 Dec, 2018
Much has been spoken about how BMW Motorrad India has slapped a ridiculously high price tag on the G 310 twins. After taking a short spin on the two bikes around their HQ in... read more

BMW G310 R And G310 GS First Ride Review
BMW G310 R And G310 GS First Ride Review
25 Aug, 2018
Three lakh Rupees ex-showroom seems like a lot of money for a 310cc single-cylinder motorcycle. But that’s exactly where BMW has priced the recently launched G 310 R.... read more
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