BMW K1200GT Motorbikes For Sale
What Is It?
The BMW K1200GT is a premium touring bike and is powered by a liquid cooled 1,157 inline four engine which puts out 152 bhp at 9,500 rpm and maximum torque at 7,750 rpm.
- Shaft final drive
- Aluminium frame and single sided swingarm
- Dual 320 mm discs up front with Brembo four piston calipers
- 294 mm disc at the rear with Brembo two piston caliper
- ABS system
- Duolever front suspension with 115 mm travel
- Paralever rear suspension with 135 mm travel
- 820 mm / 840 mm adjustable seat
- Adjustable levers
- Electrically adjustable screen over 100 mm
- Dual analogue dash with LCD panel
- 12V socket
- Centre stand
- 4->1 exhaust system
- 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
Compared to the 2002-2005 model there's a new slightly smaller engine making 22 bhp more power, a sharper overall look, larger rear disc, two piece seat and the swing arm is on the other side. It's a massive 32 kg lighter even though fuel capacity is up 3.5 litres.
The 10-spoke 17" wheels take a 120/70 tyre at the front and a 180/55 at the rear.
Accessories include the electronic suspension adjustment (ESA), cruise control, traction control, TPMS, computer, Xenon headlight, heated seats, heated grips, 20 mm lower seat, tall screen, sat nav and 28 / 49 litre topbox.
Colours: Black, silver, blueDid You Know?
GT stands for Gran Turismo.
Launch RRP: £12,000
Capacity: 1,157 cc (very high)
Power: 152 bhp, 113 kW (very high)
Red Line: 10,250 rpm (high)
Top Speed: 155 mph, 249 km/h (very high)
Fuel Consumption / Gas Mileage: 45 mpg, 6.3 l/100km, 15.9 km/l (average)
Range: 240 miles, 386 km (high)
Fuel Capacity: 24.0 litres, 6.3 US gallons (very high)
Seat Height: 820 mm, 32.3 inches (average)
Dry Weight: 249 kg, 549 pounds
Road Tax (VED): £96 / Year (very high)
Review In A Few
- Great for serious mile munching
- Reliable shaft drive
- On the heavy side
Check out this video review from The Ride with Roland.
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