Overview of the BMW S1000 XR

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BMW S1000 XR

Munich based popular manufacturer BMW had unveiled the S1000 XR, the much awaited competitor of its Ducati Multistrada, right at the end of the year 2014.The brand new vehicle is a fine amalgamation of practical essence, a splendid ability of touring as well as power packed performance. With of all of it compiled in one, the BMW S1000 XR is a vital part of the expansion plan of BMW Motorrad. In the Indian market, quite recently BMW had launched the R nine T as well as the S1000R and now according to latest reports, the company will be introducing the S1000 XR too to India very soon.

 

When it comes to the sector of adventure bikes, BMW has always maintained a leading position, courtesy its vehicles—the R1200GS, followed by the S1000RR, which was launched way back in the year 2011 and has been termed as the top sports bike in the world. Now when it comes to the BMW S1000 XR, adventure bike enthusiasts can gear up for more, since this one will be quite a blend of the best of best characteristics from both R1200GS as well as the S1000RR, which is quite a tempting offer for anybody with a good taste in adventure bikes.

 

The engine from the S1000RR, which is a straight four mill work force, has been implemented on the S1000 XR as well, and it produces a power torque of 112 NM and a power horse of 160 HP. The on road price of this in India will be approximately Rs. 20.53 lacs.

You can find all other important specifications of the BMW S1000 XR below—

 

ENGINE, POWER & TORQUE, TRANSMISSION:

Engine: 4 stroke liquid cooled in-line 4-cylinder engine with 4 valves per cylinder and double overhead camshafts

Displacement: 999 cc

Standard of Emission: Closed-loop 3-way catalytic converters with an interference pipe

Maximum horse power: 160 HP @ 11,000 rpm

Maximum torque power: 112 NM @ 9,250 rpm

Fuel system: Electronic injection

Fuel type: Super unleaded, octane number 95-98

No. of gear: 6

Front wheel travel: 150 MM

Rear wheel travel: 140 MM

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