Baby BMWs Get a Little Pricier

You’ll have to cough up a bit more now to get into the Beemer family

BMW Motorrad has hiked the prices of its entry-level BS6-compliant twins, the BMW G 310 R and the BMW G 310 GS, for the first time since their launch. Here are the latest ex-showroom India prices:


Latest Price

Launch Price


BMW G 310 R

Rs 2,50,000

Rs 2,45,000

Rs 5,000

BMW G 310 GS

Rs 2,90,000

Rs 2,85,000

Rs 5,000

Despite the price revision, they are fairly affordable compared to their BS4 siblings, which cost around Rs 50,000-Rs 60,000 more than the bikes’ current price tag. Moreover, a 5,000-rupee premium should not exactly sway prospective customers’ opinion considering the segment itself is premium enough. The rising input costs and inflation could have played a role in the recent price hikes. 

Their primary rivals, the KTM 390 Duke and the KTM 390 Adventure, are a lot more expensive, especially with the recent price hikes. However, KTM offers the option of a more affordable alternative to the 390 Adventure, the 250 Adventure. This quarter-litre adventure tourer undercuts the G 310 GS by Rs 38,077.

We had the opportunity to take the latest iteration of the BMW G 310 R for a spin and came back pleasantly surprised. The BS6 BMW G 310 GS did not disappoint us either. Looks like BMW Motorrad has redeemed itself by making capable, premium yet competitively priced machines. 

If you’re looking to jump into the Bavarian bandwagon, but can’t pick between the G 310 R and the KTM 390 Duke, our maintenance cost comparison should help you make a more informed decision. In case you’re wondering what we can expect from BMW Motorrad this year, check this out.

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