After the Triumph dealer in Mumbai announced offers on its demo motorcycles, the BMW Motorrad and Harley-Davidson dealerships have also listed their demo bikes for sale. BMW Motorrad's Mumbai dealer, Navnit Motors is offering discounts on its demo motorcycles that includes the 2017 S 1000 RR, 2018 R 1250 GS, 2018 F750 GS and the F850 GS. Meanwhile, the Seven Islands Islands Harley showroom is offering discounts on the 2018 Street 750, 2017 Street Rod, Fat Bob, Fat Boy and the Street Bob. These bikes have done a few thousand kilometres on the odometer, which varies depending on the model.
The discounts on the BMW Motorrad demo motorcycles range from ₹ 2.75 lakh on the 2018 R 1250 GS, going up to a hefty ₹ 5.63 lakh on the 2017 S 1000 RR. The 2018 BMW F850 GS gets a discount up to ₹ 3 lakh, while the F750 GS gets a discount of ₹ 2.88 lakh. That's a good amount depreciated from the bikes, which make them a lucrative buy for those not too concerned about the reading on the odometer. Moreover, this is probably a good chance to pick up the older generation S 1000 RR with the asymmetrical headlights if you aren't a big fan of how the newly launched 2019 BMW S 1000 RR looks like. In addition, the dealer is also offering financing schemes including a five year loan on the motorcycle range.
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The Harley dealer's demo bikes have been discounted by up to 20 per cent on the ex-showroom price. The American manufacturer's entry-level Street 750 of MY2018 is available with a discount of ₹ 1.08 lakh, which brings the final on-road price to ₹ 5.76 lakh in Mumbai. The 2017 Harley-Davidson Street Rod gets a discount of ₹ 1.30 lakh, while the 2017 Street Bob and the Fat Bob are cheaper by ₹ 2.53 lakh and ₹ 2.93 lakh respectively. The 2017 Harley Fat Boy gets the highest discount at ₹ 3.67 lakh and is being retailed at ₹ 18.65 lakh (on-road, Mumbai).
These bikes are unregistered with the dealerships and that allows prospective owners to register the bikes as first owners. The dealers say that the bikes are being sold ahead of the BS6 deadline of April 2020, and new motorcycles meeting the upcoming regulations will replace these bikes later in the year. The motorcycles are covered under the company warranty, and both manufacturers do offer an extended warranty of two years as optional. Like the Triumph demo bikes, it is important that you inspect and take test ride of the motorcycles available and only then go ahead with the purchase.