BMW F 750 GS Bike Is Getting Rs. 2.96 Lakh Discount - TG

BMW F 750 GS Bike Discount

BMW Motorrad is offering a bumper discount on its premium BMW F 750 GS bike. The company is offering this discount to clear the stock before the new BS6 norms are implemented. BMW F 750 GS premium bike is available in Chandigarh for Rs 8.99 lakh, which is Rs 2.96 lakh less than its original price. Earlier this bike was getting in 11.95. BMW F 750 GS bike has a BSIV compliant engine. Because of this, the company wants to clear the stock before the deadline of BS6.

This bike is the toned-down version of the F 850 GS

This BMW bike is a toned-down variant of the BMW F 750 GS Bike. Both of these bikes were launched in India in 2018. At the time of launching these bikes are priced at Rs 11.95 lakh and Rs 12.95 lakh respectively.

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This premium bike is well equipped

Both these bikes were launched simultaneously in India. Both the bikes are equipped with a semi-digital instrument cluster. It has a 6.5-inch full-color TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity. BMW has given the 853cc twin-cylinder engine in both of these bikes. The F 750 engine generates 77bhp of power and 83Nm of torque. At the same time, the engine on the F 850 generates 85bhp and 92Nm torque.

Two riding modes

There are two riding modes named Rain and Road in their base variant. Customers can choose two other optional riding modes named Dynamic and Enduro. These mid-range adventure tourer bikes have a new monocoque frame and revised suspension. The standard variants of the BMW F 750 GS bike and BMW F850 GS bike are equipped with features such as slipper clutch, ASC (automatic stability control), dual-channel ABS, LED headlight, cruise control, and DRL.

Apart from this, features like DTC (Dynamic Traction Control), Dynamic ESA (Semi-Active Suspension System), Gearshift Assist (QuickShifter), Corning ABS, and Luggage Pack are also included in the Pro variants of both the new bikes. At the same time, the Pro Low Suspension variant has a suspension reduction kit with lower seat height.

By Dharamveer Singh

Dharamveer Singh is a content writer at Tech Gami. He has 1-year of experience in content writing. He is making content for the latest technology, Cars, Education.

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