- BMW Motorrad India will probably dispatch the C 400 GT variation of the maxi-bike, which got an update last year.
- For 2021, the C 400 GT bike has additionally been refreshed with a reexamined Automatic Stability Control (ASC) for more security on low-foothold surfaces.
BMW Motorrad India is preparing for the dispatch of another item in the nation – a maxi-bike. The equivalent has been authoritatively prodded for the dispatch; however, the organization is yet to affirm the new bike’s name.
The new bike will undoubtedly be both of the new two medium-size maxi-bikes from its worldwide portfolio – BMW C 400 X or the BMW C 400 GT. Both the bike was given an authority update in 2020. Both of these models highlight a similar 350 cc stage.
BMW Motorrad India will probably dispatch the C 400 GT variation of the maxi-bike, which got an update last year. The bike was given another mechanical update as another ‘gas framework, a refreshed choke by-wire framework.
But, likewise, it’s anything but a refreshed motor administration just as another exhaust framework. It has likewise gotten another exhaust system alongside another oxygen sensor and an adjusted chamber head to make it Euro 5/BS 6-agreeable.
The core of the bike sits a 350 cc single-chamber, the fluid-cooled motor that presently conveys 33.5 bhp of force at 7,500 rpm and 35 Nm of pinnacle force at 5,750 rpm.
The transmission is a CVT gearbox, and it has been refreshed with new grip jumps on smoother reactions. It can do a maximum velocity of 139 kmph.
For 2021, the bike has likewise been refreshed with a changed Automatic Stability Control (ASC) for more wellbeing on low-footing surfaces.
When dispatched, expect the new 2021 BMW C 400 GT to be valued at over ₹ 6 lakh (Ex-display area). Hence, there will be no immediate rivalry to the bike in the market upon dispatch.