Prices have been announced for BMW’s four new bikes arriving in early 2014.
The R nineT Roadster, a 40-year tribute to the R 90 S, will be available from April at $20,950. Read my story here.
Water cooling will come to the R 1200 RT and R 1200 GS Adventure in 2014. Read my RT story here and the Adventure story here.
The RT will be available in February at $29,990 with standard features including ABS, Dynamic ESA, preparation for GPS device, heated seats, cruise control, daytime riding light, hill start control, headlight pro and riding mode pro, radio, Bluetooth interface, audio system, gear shift assist pro, chrome exhaust, central locking, anti theft alarm, tyre pressure control and two power sockets.
No-cost factory fit low and high seats are also available.
The GS Adventure arrives in February at $24,300 with ABS, chrome exhaust, heated grips, tyre pressure control, LED auxiliary lights, LED indicators, off road tyres and pannier fastenings.
Factory fit options available are:
Touring package: Dynamic ESA, On board computer Pro, GPS preparation and cruise control.
Dynamic Package: LED headlight, riding mode Pro, daytime riding light.
Cruise control and alarm are also available as separate options.
The naked version of the S 1000 RR drops an “R” from its model name and several thousand dollars from its price. Read my story here.
It arrives in April at an impressive $18,990 with ABS, quickshift, cruise control and riding mode pro. Factory options are dynamic damping control, heated grips, LED indicators and alarm.