In April 2017 BMW Motorrad officially commenced operations in India by opening dealerships in New Delhi, Mumbai, and Pune. Initially, BMW bought CBU units of most of  their premium superbikes like the S 1000 RR, R Nine T, S 1000 XR, S 1000 R, GS 1200, and R 1200 GSA to the Indian Shores but now after seeing the growth of touring market segment in India, the BMW F 750 GS, and 850 GS has been added to the adventure family

Adventure motorcycling is gaining popularity in India nowadays because people are curious to explore our vast landscapes and discover new places while touring on their motorcycles. Earlier, there were not a lot of options available in the adventure touring bike category, but that’s history now. Currently, the most popular touring bikes in India are Kawasaki Versys 650, Kawasaki Versys 1000, Triumph Tiger 800, Ducati Multistrada and BMW GS 1200

BMW F 750 GS and F 850 GS in India.

BMW F 750 GS and F 850 GS

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Both the BMW F 750 GS and F 850 GS are powered by the same 883 cc twin cylinder engine. But the power figures for both the bikes are different, as the GS 850 is offroad biased. It gets spoke wheels and a larger 21-inch front tyre and produces 93 bhp which is 18 more than 75 bhp produced by the GS 750.

Another difference between the GS 750 and 850 is of the wheelbase and seat height, on the 750 it is 1,559mm whereas on the 850 it is 1,593 mm, the seat height of the 750 is 815 mm and on the GS 850, it is 860mm.

Apart from these slight differences, everything on the two bikes is similar, both bikes get a 15-liter fuel tank, chain drive, and ABS. Both the bikes get a telescopic front suspension and a cast aluminum swingarm at the rear. 

BMW F 750 GS and F 850 GS

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BMW R1200 GS and R1200 GSA have got the reputation of being the toughest and reliable adventure bikes ever built. WE are sure the middleweight GS bikes belong to the same breed of motorcycles. BMW Motorrad sees a lot of potential in the Indian market and therefore it has partnered with TVS to launch sub 500 cc premium bikes. 

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BMW F 750 GS Price in India.

BMW GS 750

The BMW F 750 GS launched at the Auto Expo 2018 with alloy wheels both on the front and rear. It is a more road biased version of both the GS and will come at a price of INR 12,20,000 (ex-showroom Mumbai)

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BMW F850 GS Price in India.

BMW GS 850The BMW GS 850 launched at the Auto Expo 2018 with spoke wheels both on the front and rear and a larger 21-inch front tyre, which shows that it is more off-road bias version of both the middleweight GS. This version produces 93 bhp and is priced at 13,70,000 (ex-showroom Mumbai)