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BMW F850 GS Adventure Launched In India – Prices And Details

BMW F850 GS Adventure has been launched in India. It is priced at Rs 15.4 Lakhs (ex-showroom) and comes only in Pro variant.

BMW Motorrad as launched a new adventure motorcycle in India, the F850 GS Adventure. It is placed above the 850 GS and 750 GS and is available only in the top-spec Pro variant.

Priced at Rs 15.4 Lakhs (ex-showroom), it demands Rs 40,000 more than the 850 GS Pro. Between both the models, there are some minor differences. This also includes some visual changes.

850 GS Adventure gets a slightly bigger front beak, wind deflectors, new engine guards and a larger luggage carrier. The fuel tank is larger on this model, with a capacity of 23 Litres. The 850 GS gets a fuel tank of 15 litres.

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BMW 850 GS Adventure continues with the same 850cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin cylinder engine. The motor produces 95 BHP at 8250 RPM and 92 Nm of torque, with a firing order of 270/450 degrees.

For suspension, it continues with the same 43mm USD forks at the front and a monoshock with pre-load adjustment and rebound damping. The Adventure model offers better suspension travel at both the ends.

BMW F850 GS Adventure comes with Rain and Road riding modes as standard. Further, it also gets Automatic Stability Control, optional Enduro and Dynamic riding modes, Dynamic Traction Control, ABS Pro and Semi-Automatic Clutch.

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F850 GS Adventure is equipped with a new instrument cluster, with an analogue tachometer and a multifunctional display. The same BMW Motorrad TFT Colour screen is offered as an optional accessory.

It also gets Bluetooth connectivity, smartphone integration, turn-by-turn navigation, Motorcycle status, Call Notification Alert and Much more. For that, you have to use the BMW Motorrad app on Play Store and iOS store.

The ADV is available in India, through the CBU Route. The bookings have commenced across the dealerships, with deliveries commencing soon. It goes against the Triumph Tiger 800 XCa.