Designed in Germany and assembled in India the BMW G 310 R is one such model which is output from two motorcycle giants.
- BMW Motorrad and
Both these giants have excellent motorcycle lineup. And when it comes to G 310 R, it is the result of years of research and efforts of these two manufacturers.
- BMW G310RR to arrive in 2021
- 2021 KTM Duke 390 Duke prototype spotted
- Date with FB Mondial HP 300 Hipster
- Upcoming BMW G310R and G310GS spotted in India
The project BMW K03 started after BMW announced its partnership with TVS. Another critical point it becomes the first bike to be made outside Europe.
Difference between current and earlier model
- The new model comes all adorn with LED lights and blinkers.
- The electronic package comes with ride by wire throttle and slipper clutch.
- Also, it gets three cool paint schemes.
- Style sport
- Cosmic black and
- Polar white
- Style sport
For Style sport, you will have to shell out additional Rs 10,000 as it is the paint scheme with bold graphics and fusion of black, red and white colour and the frame remains red and the rims to are red.
Cosmic black is a combination of two colours black and white with black rims.
The third paint scheme is a combination of blue and white, which is a traditional BMW Mottard colour and looks cool.
The roadster also carries the DNA and lines of its elder sibling-like the
- R 1250 R and
- F 900 R
The new BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS.
The twins that wowed you are back again in bold new avatars. With attractive colour schemes and improved features, the new BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS will redefine your riding experience in every way. To book a test ride and to know more, click here- https://bit.ly/2SwlIxg #NewBMW310 #NeverStopChallenging #SpiritOfGS #G310R #G310GS #BMWMotorradIndiaPosted by BMW Motorrad India on Wednesday, October 7, 2020
We compared the 2020 BMW G 310 R with naked as well as faired competitors.
While the websites of these manufacturers do show these models, however. Yamaha YZF-R3 and Honda CBR250R, Kawasaki Ninja 300 are discontinued as they are BS4 and arrive in new BS6 avatar.
So we compared the 2020 BMW G 310 R with its fiercest rival KTM 390 Duke and TVS Apache RR 310 (Faired) as they both align with the BS6 norms.
Tech Specs of Competitors
BMW G 310 R
KTM 390 Duke (Naked)
TVS Apache RR 310 (Faired)
|Type||Water-cooled, single-cylinder 4-stroke engine, four valves, two overhead camshafts and wet sump lubrication||Liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, 4-stroke engine||SI, 4 stroke, 4 valves, Single cylinder, Liquid-cooled, Reverse inclined.|
|Bore / stroke||80 mm x 62.1 mm||89 mm x 60 mm||80 mm x 62.1 mm|
|Capacity||313 cc||373 cm³||312.2cc|
|Rated output||25 kW (34 ps) at 9,250 rpm||32 kW||Sport and Track mode – 25 kW @ 9700 engine rpm (34 PS @ 9700 engine rpm).Urban and rain mode – 19 kW @ 7600 engine rpm (25.8 PS @ 7600 engine rpm)|
|Max. torque||28 Nm at 7,500 rpm||37 Nm||Sport and Track mode – 27.3 Nm @ 7700 engine rpm.Urban and rain mode – 25 Nm @ 6700 engine rpm|
|Compression ratio||10.9: 1||12.6:1||10.9 :1|
|Fuel Delivery||Electronic fuel injection||Fuel injection||Bosch – Closed-loop RT-FI|
|Emission control||The closed-loop 3-way catalytic converter, emission standard EU-5||BS6 Emission norms||BS6 Emission norms|
|Maximum speed||143 km/h||174–182 km/h||160 km/h – Sport and Track mode.125 km/h – Urban and rain mode|
|Fuel consumption per 100 km based on WMTC||3.3 l||3.46 l/100 km||35 km/l|
|Fuel type||Unleaded regular, minimum octane number 91 (RON)||Normal unleaded fuel||Normal unleaded fuel|
|Clutch||Multi-disc clutch in an oil bath||PASC™ anti-hopping clutch mechanically operated||Wet multi-plate – 7 plate design, RT slipper clutch|
|Gearbox||Constant-mesh 6-speed gearbox||6 speed||6 speed|
|Frame||Tubular spaceframe||Steel trellis frame, powder-coated||Trellis frame, split chassis|
|Front-wheel location/suspension||Upside down fork, Ø 41 mm||WP APEX 43||Inverted cartridge telescopic fork|
|Rear-wheel location/suspension||Cast aluminium dual swing arm, central spring strut, spring pre-load adjustable||WP APEX – Monoshock||Two arm Aluminium die-cast swingarm|
|Suspension travel, front/rear||140 mm / 131 mm||142 mm/150 mm||Monotube floating piston gas assisted shock absorber|
|Wheelbase||1,380 mm||1,357 m||1365 mm|
|Tyre front||110/70 R17||110/70 Metzeler Sportec||110/70-ZR17 M/C 54W Tubeless – Michelin ROAD5|
|Rear tyre||150/60 R17||150/60 Metzeler Sportec||150/60-ZR17 M/C 66W Tubeless – Michelin ROAD5|
|Single disc, diameter 300 mm, 4-piston fixed calliper, radially bolted||320 mm four-piston radial fixed calliper, brake disc||Disc 300mm Petal type with ABS|
|Brake rear||Single disc, diameter 240 mm, single-piston floating calliper||230 mm single-piston floating calliper, brake disc||Disc 240mm Petal type with ABS|
|ABS||BMW Motorrad ABS||Bosch 9.1MP Two-Channel ABS (Supermoto ABS)||With 3 ride modes|
|Seat height||785 mm. (OA low seat: 770 mm, OE high seat: 800 mm)||830 mm||810 mm|
|Usable tank volume||11.0 l||13.4 l||11 l|
|Length||2,005 mm||2,002 mm (78.8 in)||2001 mm|
|Height||1,080 mm||1,267 mm (49.9 in)||1135 mm|
|Width||849 mm||873 mm (34.4 in)||786 mm|
|Ground clearance||165mm||175 mm||180 mm|
|Unladen weight, road ready, fully fuelled||164 kg||149 kg dry weight||174 kg Kerb weight|
|Price||Rs 2.45 lakh (Ex-showroom)||Rs 2.51 Lakh ( Ex-showroom)||Rs 2 48 000 Lakh ( Ex-showroom)|