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BMW Launches R12 at Rs. 19.90 Lakh and R 12 nineT at Rs. 20.20 Lakh in India

CalenderPublished at July 6, 2024 by BikeJunction
BMW Launches R12 at Rs. 19.90 Lakh and R 12 nineT at Rs. 20.20 Lakh in India

BMW Motorrad India launches the R12 at Rs. 19.90 Lakhs and R 12 nineT at Rs. 20.90 Lakhs. Both models have a 1,170cc boxer twin-cylinder engine, multiple riding modes, keyless operation, and more. The R12 and R12 nineT are part of BMW's legacy line-up and compete with the Triumph Speed Twin in the Indian market.

 

Highlights:

- R12 gets a 1,170cc boxer twin-cylinder engine

- R12 is available in multiple variants

- R12 features multiple ride modes, keyless operation and more

- R 12 nineT belongs to BMW’s heritage line-up

- R 12 nineT is powered by a 109bhp, 1,170cc boxer-twin engine

- R 12 nineT competitor is Triumph Speed Twin

 

BMW R12

 

BMW Motorrad India launches the German bike maker's latest and most expensive offering, the R12 Cruiser. Priced at Rs 19.90 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), the R12 comes in three colours: Black Storm Metallic, Avus Silver Metallic, and Aventurine Red Metallic.

 

The BMW R12 draws inspiration from the brand's flagship cruiser, the R18 Transcontinental. It features a rake-out front end, seat, bar-end mirrors and a tubular handlebar. In addition, dual exhaust pipes enhance its visual appeal.

 

The BMW R 12 is powered by a 1,170cc air/oil-cooled Boxer twin engine, producing 95bhp at 6,500 rpm and 110Nm of peak torque at 6,000 rpm. It has a six-speed gearbox. Together, these bikes offer plenty of rider assistance, such as keyless start, ride modes, traction control, ABS, and a tyre pressure monitoring system. In addition, the R12 comes off the hill by a relief system. Features such as control, heated grip, and cruise control can be installed.

 

The R12 features a rebound-adjustable USD front fork, steering stabiliser and preload-adjustable monoshock. It rides on 19-inch front and 16-inch rear alloy wheels with 100/90 front and 150/80 rear tyres. Moreover, it has a 14-litre fuel tank, and the bike's total weight is 227 kilograms.

 

BMW R 12 nineT

 

BMW Motorrad has launched the new R 12 nineT roadster in India, priced at Rs 20.90 lakh (ex-showroom). It competes with the Triumph Speed Twin in the Indian market as part of BMW's heritage motorcycle line.

 

One of the standout features of the R 12 nineT is its quintessential retro design with a touch of exclusivity. It features a boxy aluminium tank, brushed and clear-coated side panels, single-sided peashooter-style dual exhausts, and impressive spoked wheels. The main attraction is undoubtedly the cylinder heads protruding from its boxer-twin engine in.

 

The R 12 nineT features a 1,170cc air/oil-cooled engine with twin, horizontally mounted cylinders and a bore and stroke of 101mm and 73mm. The engine produces 109bhp at 7,000 rpm and 115Nm of peak torque at 6,500 rpm. It is mounted on a tubular bridge steel frame, which is lightweight and supported by 17-inch wheels with 45mm USD forks and a pair of dutiful 310mm wheels with linked spring struts directly at the rear and controlled by a single 265 mm rotor.

 

In terms of electronics, the R 12 nineT features corner ABS, traction control, engine drag and torque control, a keyless ride system, three ride modes and a tyre pressure monitoring system. Customers opt for an additional comfort package. This can also be done by using Hill Start Control Pro, Shift Assist Pro, heated grips, and cruise control.

 

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