BMW K1600GT Bikes For Sale

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BMW K1600GT
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Specs

  • Seat Height: Average (810 mm / 31.9 inches)
  • Weight: Very Heavy (319 kg / 703 lbs)
  • Fuel Capacity: Very High (24.0 litres / 6.3 US gallons)
  • Economy: Average (40 mpg / 7.1 l/100km / 14.2 km/l)
  • Range: High (210 miles / 338 km)
  • Top Speed: Very High (160 mph / 257 km/h)
  • Capacity: Very High (1,649 cc)
  • Power: Very High (160 bhp / 119 kW)
  • Power to Weight: High (0.502 bhp/kg / 0.374 kW/kg)
  • Redline: Average (8,500 rpm)
  • Road Tax / VED: Very High (£101 Per Year)
  • Launch RRP: £15,000

For Sale (16)

  • 2012 12 BMW K1600GT 1649CC K 1600 GT
    £6,890 🤍
    • £1160 Under Guide Price
    • 2012
    • Swindon(Map)
    • ebay
    • FINANCE AND NATIONWIDE DELIVERY AVAILABLE
  • 2014 BMW K1600 GT SE, Service History, Akrapovic, Sat Nav
    £11,499 🤍
    • 2014
    • Cannock(Map)
    • ebay
    • Finance and Nationwide Delivery available. P/X Welcome
  • BMW K1600GT 2013
    £8,190 🤍
    • £360 Under Guide Price
    • 2013
    • Malvern(Map)
    • ebay
    • BMW K1600GT
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Price Guide

Year
Dealer
Private
Part Ex
Mileage
2016
£11,200
£8,950
£7,850
6,900
2015
£10,150
£8,100
£7,100
8,300
2014
£9,250
£7,400
£6,500
9,800
2013
£8,550
£6,850
£6,000
11,400
2012
£8,050
£6,450
£5,650
13,100
2011
£7,800
£6,250
£5,500
14,800

Gear & Accessories

What Is It?

The 2011 BMW K1600GT is a premium touring bike and is powered by a Euro 3 compliant incredibly compact liquid cooled 1,649 cc inline six engine, producing 160.5 bhp at 7,750 rpm and maximum torque at 5,250 rpm (70% from just 1,500 rpm).

Features include:

  • Aluminium frame, Magnesium fairing frame, shaft drive
  • Dual 320 mm discs up front with four piston calipers
  • 320 mm disc at the rear with two piston caliper
  • BMW cornering ABS system
  • Duolever front suspension with 115 mm travel
  • Paralever rear suspension with 135 mm travel
  • Ride modes: Road / Rain / Dynamic
  • 6->2 Stainless Steel exhaust system
  • LED taillight and indicators
  • 6 speed gearbox and light clutch

The super smooth 103 kg engine is angled forwards near the road for optimum weight distribution and a low centre of gravity.

For storage there are helmet swallowing colour coded panniers and a waterproof lockable glove box in the right fairing for piping in music from iPods etc. When the satnav is fitted a shield pops down when parked to keep it safe.

There is also a 5.7" colour TFT dash in the centre of the clocks, coupled to the multi controller on the left bar (like the R1200RT), which gives access to the wealth of options on the bike from the extensive multimedia capabilities to the electrically adjustable screen.

The screen remembers the last position and even has an anti squash mechanism. Not that you'll need them in the UK but to direct more cooling air onto the rider there are two little fold out deflectors just above the side fairings.

You also get a Xenon main beam in the centre, flanked by Halogen high beams and circular position lights but the optional adaptive headlight is one of the many technological marvels of the K1600 series. It fires up at a mirror which then directs the beam onto the road where it's most needed, such as tracking the corner ahead of you, even when banking.

The seat can be set to 810 mm / 830 mm as standard or 780 mm / 800 mm with the optional low seat. The 17" wheels take a 120/70 tyre at the front and 190/55 at the rear.

Options include lean angle aware traction control, Electronic Suspension Adjustment II (ESA, £750) with Normal/Comfort/Sport modes, heated grips, heated seat, side-mounted LED lights, central locking, tyre pressure monitoring, comfort screen, 49 litre top box, engine bars, cruise control and Akrapovic silencers.

The £15,800 K1600GT SE gets you the cool adaptive headlight and dynamic traction control.

Colours: Red, grey

Up And Down The Range

The £1,500 more expensive K1600GTL is essentially the same bike but with a few minor mods to make it more suitable to relaxed longer distance touring, especially two up.

It comes with a 49 litre top box, making the bike 16.5 cm longer and includes more luxurious padding for the pillion.

There's a larger 26.5 litre tank, lower 750 mm single piece seat, larger comfort screen and more relaxed rider position with the pegs further forwards and bars sweeping further back.

You also get Chrome rather than Steel silencers, sat nav prep as standard with auxiliary audio connector and wider rider footrests, but it's 29 kg heavier.

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Popularity & How Many Left

Year
On Road
Off Road
Total
For Sale
2016
66
9
75
31 / month
2015
72
12
84
46 / month
2014
107
31
138
110 / month
2013
101
28
129
68 / month
2012
143
40
183
130 / month
2011
182
56
238
140 / month

Source: DVLA

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