BMW S 1000 XR

To replace the 2020 model, BMW has introduced the all-new S 1000 XR. The S 1000 XR has received updates to its design, performance, and features. These motorcycles will be imported as fully assembled vehicles.

Launch information and Pricing for the BMW S 1000 XR.

BMW S 1000 XR

The famous S 1000 RR and the S 1000 XR both use the same motor. BMW claims to have improved the in-line 4-cylinder engine, which now generates 170 horsepower at 11,000 rpm and 114 Nm at 9,250 rpm, or 5 horsepower more than the engine of the outgoing model.

The German firm also states that the S 1000 XR can reach a top speed of 253 kph and go from 0 to 100 kph in 3.25 seconds. BMW swapped off the black beak fender with a body-colored one in terms of styling. According to BMW, the revised side panels and air intakes at the back are inspired by motorsport.

To better adapt the bike for track riding and touring, the seat has undergone a complete overhaul. It is now 850mm high and can be lowered.

BMW S 1000 XR

Additional equipment for the new S 1000 XR is available based on the package option (Touring, Dynamics, or M). It is important to note that the Dynamics and Touring packages come standard. A luggage carrier, a center stand, a navigation device slot, hand protection, a tire pressure monitoring system, and heated grips are all included in the Touring package. Cruise control, shift assistant pro, and dynamic ESA pro are included in the Dynamics package.

The M package includes the M Sport seat for maximum support, the M lightweight battery, the M forged wheels or optionally the M Carbon wheels, the M GPS-Laptrigger, the M Endurance chain, the sports silencer, a tinted windscreen, and a black gasoline filler cap. The M package is the only one featuring the white color scheme inspired by the M Sport. Not to be forgotten is that this package would set you back an additional Rs 2.50 lakh.

Pricing-wise, the all-new S 1000 XR is Rs 40,000 more expensive than the model it replaces at Rs 22.50 lakh (ex-showroom India). Like the Ducati Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak and the Ducati Multistrada V4 RS, which has not yet been released in India, the BMW S 1000 XR will compete with them alike.

Leave a Reply

Rev-Up your mailbox
Enter your email to receive regular round up of our posts