BMW Motorrad unviels the R nine T and starts from Rs 16 Lakh

 BMW Motorrad unviels the R nine T and starts from Rs 16 Lakh

Extended range of standard features, fine-tuning of the design and even more pulling power. The new BMW R nineT models – R nineT, R nineT Pure, R nineT Scrambler and R nineT Urban G/S.

When BMW Motorrad presented the R nineT in 2013, it was more than just a roadster modelled on a classic archetype.

The very outset combined classic motorcycle design and modern technology with excellent craftsmanship and a wide range of customisation options.

Just a short time later, the R nineT found attractive derivatives in the BMW Motorrad Heritage world of experience.

The R nineT Urban G/S as an enduro with the legendary R 80 G/S genes of 1980.The R nineT Scrambler as a homage to this distinctive motorcycle genre for those who love a purist reduced and non-conformist style.

And the R nineT Pure as a roadster reduced to the bare essentials. For the upcoming 2021 season.

BMW Motorrad has now sustainably honed the R nineT family with some technical modifications. As well as significantly extending the range of standard and optional equipment.

Boxer engine according to EUR0 5 requirements with new cylinder heads, even greater torque and optimised design.

For use in the new R nineT models, the boxer engine has undergone technical and visual fine-tuning.

And is now designed to meet the requirements of the EU-5 pollutant class. Its peak power output is now 80 kW (109 hp) at 7250 rpm (previously 81 kW (110 hp) at 7750 rpm).

While the maximum torque is still 116 Nm at 6000 rpm, newly designed cylinder heads provide a more harmonious transition from the outer to the inner cooling fins.

 And newly designed throttle valve parts and cylinder head covers now give the bike even greater aesthetic appeal.

Inside the cylinder heads, a new turbulence system swirls the mixture to ensure even better and cleaner combustion and increased torque.

Thanks to an even more concentrated power and torque curve – especially in the range between 4000 and 6000 rpm. Pulling power levels are now tangibly better than those of the predecessor.

ABS Pro, including DBC (Dynamic Brake Control) and a new suspension strut with travel-dependent damping (WAD) now come as standard, as do the “Rain” and “Road” riding modes.

Even in the standard version, the new R nineT models now feature ABS Pro combined with DBC (Dynamic Brake Control) for increased safety when braking. 

At banking angles as well as in difficult situations. Standard features also include a new shock absorber with travel-dependent damping (WAD. They are providing enhanced suspension comfort.

And convenient adjustment of the spring preload via a handwheel. “Rain” and “Road” riding modes are now included as standard, too.

Bookings have already started in India across all the BMW Motorrad dealers.

The R nineT retails at Rs 18,50,000, while the R nineT Scrambler is available at Rs 16,75,000. 

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