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Sports, Petrol
Expected Launch : Jun 2020
₹ 12 Lakh - 13 Lakh
Expected Price

BMW F900XR Latest Updates

BMW F900XR and F900R, sport a new 900 cc parallel-twin engine, essentially a bored out version of the parallel-twin engine of the BMW F850GS, up from 853 cc to 895 cc. The engine has a bigger 86 mm bore, with stroke remaining the same 77 mm and puts out 105 bhp at 8,750 rpm, with peak torque of 91 Nm at 6,500 rpm. The new engine has two balancer shafts to keep vibrations in check, and a 277/450 firing order.

Both bikes come with two riding modes as standard - Road and Rain, ABS, traction control and full colour TFT dash, with Bluetooth integration, which is controlled by the left handlebar. Riders can manage the electronics as well as navigation and entertainment systems from the left handlebar.

The optional top-spec version, also offers semi-active suspension, cornering ABS, keyless ignition, an up/down quickshifter, as well as an 'engine drag torque control' which essentially stops the rear wheel from locking on aggressive downshifts. Suspension travel 142 mm up front, with 172 mm rear travel. Front brakes use 320 mm twin discs, with four-piston radial calipers.

The frame is borrowed from the BMW F850GS, but it's been tweaked to offer a slightly shorter wheelbase, while the subframe is slimmer as well. The F900XR has a 15.5. litre fuel tank, made from welded plastic, and seat height is rated at 825 mm. The F900R features a smaller fuel tank (13 litres) and marginally less power, rated at 95 bhp.

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