These include the BMW K 1600 B (Rs 29.90 lakh), BMW K 1600 GTL (Rs 32 lakh) and the range-topping BMW K 1600 Grand America (Rs 33 lakh). The BMW R 1250 RT has been updated for this year with a new front fairing and a full LED headlamp.
As we mentioned, the same engine has been used in it, which is found in the R 1250 GS. The 1,254 cc, horizontally opposed twin-cylinder engine in the BMW R 1250 RT makes 134 bhp at 7,750 rpm and 143 Nm of torque at 6,250 rpm.
This motorcycle weighs 279 kg and this engine accelerates it from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.7 seconds. As is the tradition these days, the bike is packed with features with electronic rider aids and creaser comfort as one would expect from a luxury touring machine.
The BMW R 1250 RT rolls on 17-inch rims with 120/70 section front tires and 180/55 section tires at the rear. BMW’s 1600 range of bikes are the only mainstream inline-six cylinder motorcycles readily available for purchase today.
These motorcycles are powered by a 1,649 cc six-cylinder engine that churns out 160 Bhp of power at 6,750 rpm and 180 Nm of torque at 5,250 rpm. The lightest of these is the K 1600B, which weighs 344 kg and the other two are heavier.
These motorcycles run on 17-inch cast alloy rims, which are fitted with 120/70 tires at the front and 190/55 at the rear. These bikes are the flagship bikes of the BMW Motorrad range in India and come equipped with every rider aid and comfort-enhancing features.
In the BMW K 1600 range, the K 1600 B is the more stripped-back, badger-esque model, the K 1600 GTL is the lot’s two-up long-haul tourer and the K 1600 Grand America is the range-topping model of the plush trio. Rivals of these bikes include HD Street Glide Special and Road Glide Special, Honda Gold Wing, Indian Roadmaster and other full size tourer models.