BMW G310 Deliveries Commence: On Road Prices & Details

BMW G310 on road prices take them at par or costlier than some twin cylinder motorcycles of around the same capacity…

Recently, BMW Motorrad, after a long wait, officially launched the 310 twins in India. We have already talked about their features and other details in respective launch articles which you can read here and here.

After a few weeks, deliveries of the motorcycle have commenced at official dealerships. KUN BMW (authorised dealer in Tamil Nadu) has shared that they have delivered about 30 motorcycles.

Tusker BMW (authorised Bangalore dealership) delivered the motorcycles by organising a delivery event which they have shared on Facebook. Here is the video.

Let us also quickly tell you their on road prices including the break-up and cities where these motorcycles are available for bookings.

BMW G310 Availability

G310 R & G310 GS will only be sold in 9 cities as of now.

  • Mumbai – Navnit Motors
  • Chennai – KUN Motorrad
  • Delhi – Lutyens Motorrad
  • Pune – Bavaria Motors
  • Ahmedabad – Navnit Motors
  • Kochi – EVM Autokraft
  • Bangalore – Tusker Motorrad
  • Chandigarh
  • Kolkata
BMW is charging additional Rs 10,000 for white colour for both the motorcycles

Bookings in all the cities have commenced and here are the on road prices.

BMW G310 On Road Prices

Model Ex-showroom price RTO Insurance* BMW Motorrad Essential On Road Price
G310 R 2,99,000 52,818 9,965 16,500 3,78,283
G310 GS 3,49,000 58,938 11,402 16,500 4,35,839

*This price is for Zero Depreciation and Return to Invoice (RTI) insurance coverage. RTI is the premium-most vehicle insurance wherein the insurer pays you the original invoice amount in case of total loss or theft of the your motorcycle.

These are the prices in Pune. For all other cities, expect a similar break-up since the ex-showroom prices appear to be the same across the country.

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Also, add Rs 10,000 to the ex-showroom price of both the motorcycles for the Pearl Metallic White colour – yes, it comes at a premium!

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This is a whole lot of money for what essentially are single cylinder motorcycles. Kawasaki introduced its twin-cylinder Z250 at Rs 2.99 Lakh ex-showroom back in 2014. It currently sells very limited numbers at around 3.09 Lakh ex-showroom across India. So, what do you think about G310’s prices…

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