BMW Motorrad Malaysia has launched their All-New BMW G 310 GS and BMW G 310 GS ’40 Years Edition’, along with BMW G 310 R in Malaysia – all of which feature several enhancements to create a new experience for the displacement segment of under 500cc.
The BMW G 310 GS can be recognised at first glance as a genuine BMW GS. With its characteristic windscreen, high front fender, striking flyline and short, high rear end, it retains the main elements of the larger BMW R 1250 GS models. The ’40 Years Edition’ model features the eye-catching black and yellow look, inspired by the BMW R 100 GS and the rich GS history. The BMW G 310 R, on the other hand, bears an unmistakeable visual similarity to the sporty BMW S 1000 R. With the addition of a full-LED headlight, both the new models now feature an even more aggressive and dynamic appearance from the front.
BMW Motorrad Malaysia has confirmed the retail pricing (on the road, without insurance, and with BMW Motorrad Malaysia’s 3-Year Warranty and 3-Year Roadside Assistance Programmes) for the BMW G 310 GS, BMW G 310 GS ’40 Years Edition’, and BMW G 310 R are:
BMW G 310 R: RM 27,500.00
BMW G 310 GS: RM 29,500.00
BMW G 310 GS ’40 Years Edition’: RM 31,500.00
There is also a Financing Plan from BMW Group Financial Services Malaysia, where you can own the BMW G 310 GS, New BMW G 310 GS ’40 Years Edition’, and New BMW G 310 R from RM490.00, RM520.00, and RM460.00 per month, respectively. This is based on balloon financing estimates of an 80% loan on a 4-year tenure.
BMW Motorrad Malaysia is also offering additional benefits to the new owners with the industry-leading Premium Engine Oil Inclusive, Service Inclusive and Warranty Extension Programmes by BMW Motorrad Malaysia. For more information on the programmes, please visit https://www.bmw-motorrad.com.my/en/service/warranty.html.
The above mentioned bikes are available at all authorised BMW Motorrad dealerships nationwide starting 20th August 2021. All authorised BMW dealerships are now open for physical viewing, with strict adherence to the safety operating procedures recommended by the Ministry of Health.