Image gallery: 2018 BMW G 310 R
The BMW G 310 R is the entry ticket to the expansive world of BMW Motorrad and though it comes across as a pricey option to its competitors, it packs in all the goodies that you'd associate with the German marque. While you can read the detailed road test review here, we've put together an image gallery for you to see what the G 310 R is all about.
The G 310 R looks like a proper, urban street fighter and its a design that looks appealing, especially in this shade of red
The tail section is sleek and compact which makes the 150 section rear tyre appear prominent
The BMW roundel on the tank attracts a lot of attention and appreciative glances
The LED tail lamp is sleek but that bright enough to be visible
Panel gaps are tight and consistent . Notice the pattern on plastic part around the fuel filler cap.
The headlamp is small but proportionate and the little details around it, like the gills, highlight the attention to detail
BMW should have, ideally, offered adjustable levers. The stock levers are angled a bit too far away and that makes it difficult to blip and downshift while braking
Switch gear quality is fantastic and it feels like it would last the bike's lifetime
Compact instrument cluster is packed with information
41mm USd forks look great. Suspension setup offer a fine balance between ride and handling. Front brakes are sharp and progressive.
Monoshock is adjustable for preload
The seat is contoured to perfection and the little hump slots the rider in precisely, making you sit into the bike, rather than on top of it
The 313cc, reverse inclined, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine produces 34PS at 9,500rpm while 28Nm of max torque is available at 7,500rpm
Images by Anis Shaikh
Starts Rs 2,99,000
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