BMW Motorrad recently announced that they’re hiking the prices of its F900R & F900XR bikes. The company introduced the BMW F900 range in the Indian market in May 2020. These bikes were brought in India as a Completely Built-Up Unit (CBU) and were made available to the customers across all the BMW Motorrad dealer network.
The F 900 range bikes come with a standard three-year warranty, unlimited kilometres. The customers will also be able to extend this warranty by two more years (optional).
Price Hike of BMW F900R
The company has hiked the price of F900R by Rs 90,000 and is now priced at Rs 10.80 lakh (ex-showroom).
Price Hike of BMW F900XR
The F900XR has received price hikes for its two variants – Standard & Pro. Overall, the F900XR range got a maximum price hike of Rs 90,000.
The F900XR Standard variant is now costlier by Rs 45,000 and is now available at Rs 10.95 lakh (ex-showroom). The F900XR Pro received a price hike of Rs 90,000 and can now be bought for Rs 12.40 lakh (ex-showroom).
Are There New Updates In BMW F900 Range?
Unfortunately, the company has not made any changes to the bikes apart from the price hikes. The BMW F900 Range will continue to have the same exterior design, features and mechanicals.
Engine & Transmission of BMW F900 Range
Both bikes will be powered through the same old 895cc, parallel-twin petrol engine.
However, the powertrains deliver different outputs for both bikes. The F900XR bike produces a maximum power of 99bhp and a peak torque of 90.8 Nm whereas the F900R delivers a max power of 104bhp and a peak torque of 92 Nm.
Standard Features of BMW F900 Range
Both bikes include a set of standard features that include full LED lights, 2 riding modes – Road & Rain, instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity feature, ABS system along with switchable traction control system.