We finally got our hands on the smallest BMW GS motorcycle available in the Indian market and thus we made sure to ride the motorcycle on and off-road for an in-depth video review.
In this video from Motoroids,we talk about theBMW G310 GS’s on- and off-road performance, price, mileage, braking, pillion comfort and most importantly, the service costs. The BMW G310 GS offer a unique proposition in the Indian two-wheeler market and is one of the best adventure tourer motorcycles on sale in India for its price. We also discuss the differences as compared to the G 310R and Apache RR310 in this exhaustive video review.
Just to give you a quick recap, the BMW G 310 GS was launched in India for an ex-showroom price tag of INR 3.49 lakh.
The G 310 GS is built around the same tubular steel frame as the R-model. Similar to the G 310 R, the G 310 GS draws design cues from its bigger siblings, in this case the GS series. It features a with semi fairing and the sharp beak front. The baby GS also gets switchable ABS, a multi-function instrument cluster, USD front forks and an aluminium swing-arm. The G 310 GS measures 2075mm in length, 880mm in width and 1,230mmin high, along with a wheelbase of 1,420mm.
Power comes from the same 313 cc, liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that’s employed in the G 310 R, with power and torque outputs of 34 hp at 9,500 rpm and 28Nm at 7500 rpm respectively. The six-speed transmission is retained from its R street-fighter sibling.
Watch a detailed image gallery of the BMW G 310 GS below: