BMW R1200RT For Sale

The 2010 BMW R1200RT is a premium touring bike which can be spec'd up with all the toys and is powered by a 1,170cc two cylinder Boxer engine which puts out 110bhp. It was first launched in 2005 and saw a major update in 2014.

BMW R1200RT

What Is It?

  • Less wobbly screen, less top end vibrations, handling, power, brakes, suspension, comfort
  • Gearbox, mirrors

The new 2010 R1200RT was powered by a re-designed air/liquid cooled 1170cc two cylinder Boxer engine, making 110bhp at a higher 7,750rpm and maximum torque at 6,000rpm. The red line is also up 500rpm to 8,500rpm.

The new engine includes the DOHC cylinder heads from the HP2 Sport, increasing torque and making it available lower down the rev range while generally making everything a little more refined. RRP was £11,800 to £12,900 for the SE version.

Features include:

  • Dual 320mm discs up front with Brembo 2 piston calipers
  • 265mm disc at the rear with 2 piston caliper
  • 35mm Telelever suspension up front with 120mm travel
  • Rear Paralever suspension with 135mm travel and adjustable pre-load
  • Dual H7 Halogen low beam with single H7 high beam (now adjustable from the dash)
  • Adjustable clutch and brake levers
  • Electric starter and immobilizer
  • 6 speed gearbox
  • Shaft drive

Improvements over the old model include a new electrically adjustable windscreen which offers better protection, improved dashboard and new engine. The old optional CD player has been switched for optional iPod and USB MP3 player connections controlled via the Multi-Control on the left handlebar (£1,200). Elsewhere the fairing offers more wind protection, the air intakes now snake round to the sides a little and the black insert on the cylinder heads points downwards (backwards on the previous model).

The wheels are 17" cast Aluminium with 120/70 ZR17 tyres up front and 180/60 ZR17 at the rear. Also the rider's half of the two-part seat is adjustable to 820mm or 840mm along with an optional 780mm / 800mm extra low seat.

Like the previous model it comes with dual 32 litre colour matched side cases as standard and a rear luggage rack. The rail on top of the fuel tank is specifically designed to secure the optional tank bag (£120) and if even more storage is required there is always the two capacities of top boxes to choose from.

Standard features include the electric windscreen, ABS and a power socket. Options include the excellent electric suspension (ESA II) (£800), on board computer, traction control (ASC), heated grips, heated seat and tyre pressure monitor. ESA II adds general improvements over the first version and even more scope for tweaking the suspension.

In 2013 BMW released the 90th Anniversary edition with black/brown colour scheme, gold forks/brakes, blacked out swingarm and wheels.

Available colours: White/black, black/silver, grey/silver, blue/silver

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Price Guide

Year Dealer Private Part Ex Mileage
2010 £5,400 £4,350 £3,800 19,700
2011 £6,100 £4,900 £4,300 17,700
2012 £7,000 £5,600 £4,900 15,600
2013 £8,050 £6,450 £5,650 13,500

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