BMW Launches 2022 BMW F 900 XR Bike In India With These New Features; Rs 12.30 Lakh Is The Price!
BMW Motorrad has launched the 2022 BMW F 900 XR at ? 12.30 lakh.
The bike was launched in 2020 and the newest version gets multiple updates including a BS6-compliant engine and new safety features.
Tailored To Adventurers
Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India said that the adventure sports tourer delivers unique performance combined with powerful features.
The sporty riding fun, straightforward handling, and unique features make this a value-added package for the ultimate thrill-seekers, he added.
Design-wise it retains most of the elements from the earlier model.
It is available in Light White and Style Sport Racing Red paintwork.
It features dual headlamps, a small visor, and a sharp face but lacks the typical ADV beak.
The fuel tank is sculpted and flanked by grey panels, which add width and muscle to the motorcycle.
The rear end is minimalistic.
The bike is held up by 43 mm gold-finished upside-down forks and a 17-inch die-cast Aluminium wheel wrapped in thick 120/70 XR 17 rubber.
The rear also gets a 17-inch die-cast Aluminium wrapped in thicker 180/55 ZR 17 rubber.
It features twin 320 mm discs along with 4-piston Brembo radial calipers while the rear wheel gets a 265 mm disc with a single-piston floating caliper.
Features According To Packages
It comes equipped with a bevy of features such as:
- Keyless ride and centre stand as standard as part of the Comfort package
- Headlight Pro, Daytime Riding Lights, and Gear Shift Assist Pro as part of the Dynamic Package
- Riding Modes Pro, Dynamic Engine Brake Control (MSR), Heated Grips, Dynamic Traction Control, ABS Pro, and case holders as part of the Active Package
Engine, Top Speed, Launch
The bike is powered by a BS6 895 cc, water-cooled, 4-stroke in-line 2-cylinder engine churning out 103 bhp @8,500 rpm and maximum torque of 92 Nm @6,500 rpm.
It goes from 0-100 kmph in 3.6 seconds and achieves a top speed of over 200 kmph.
It will be available as completely built-up units (CBU), while deliveries will commence by June 2022.