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Pricing and Updates for Select 2017 BMW Models

Press ReleaseFebruary 11, 2017

BMW Motorrad USA is on the throttle. Last fall it announced 16 new or updated models (plus the HP4 RACE prototype), and earlier this month it reported a 48-percent increase in sales for January 2017 compared to the prior year. Pricing, availability and equipment updates for select 2017 models have just been released.

2017 BMW R nineT Racer

2017 BMW R nineT Racer

2017 BMW R nineT Racer

Racing-oriented boxer appeal (riding position, clip-ons, half-fairing)
MSRP: $13,295
Availability: March 2017
Standard Features vs. R nineT:

  • Single seat with motorsport painted tail hump vs. double passenger seat
  • Painted steel tank, traditional forks, cast wheels, single tailpipe
  • Sport riding position (lower clip-on handlebars; footpegs slightly higher, further back)
  • Half-fairing with windscreen

Factory Options:

  • Spoked Wheels: $500
  • Aluminum Fuel Tank 1 (hand brushed aluminum with sanded weld): $950
  • Aluminum Fuel Tank 2 (hand brushed aluminum with visible weld): $850
  • Chrome Exhaust: $150
  • Heated Grips: $250
  • Anti-Theft Alarm: $395
  • Automatic Stability Control: $400

Color:

  • Light White (w/ motorsport accent graphic)

2017 BMW R nineT Pure

2017 BMW R nineT Pure

2017 BMW R nineT Pure

For those looking for proven technology and authentic styling at a very attractive price, this classic naked roadster is an ideal blank canvas for customization.
MSRP: $11,995
Availability: March 2017
Standard Features vs. R nineT:

  • Painted single-color steel tank
  • Traditional forks
  • Cast wheels
  • Single tailpipe
  • Single speedometer

Factory Options:

  • Spoked Wheels: $500
  • Aluminum Fuel Tank 1 (hand brushed aluminum with sanded weld): $950
  • Aluminum Fuel Tank 2 (hand brushed aluminum with visible weld): $850
  • Chrome Exhaust: $150
  • Low Suspension: $250
  • Heated Grips: $250
  • Anti-Theft Alarm: $395
  • Automatic Stability Control: $400

Color:

  • Catalano Grey

2017 BMW R nineT Model Updates

2017 BMW R nineT Roadster

2017 BMW R nineT Roadster

For those who want the ultimate in a quintessential, classic roadster, BMW’s flagship heritage model delivers.
MSRP: $15,395 (base price increase of $300 to account for additional features)
Availability: March 2017
New/Enhanced Standard Features:

  • New instrument cluster: updated electronics w/ additional OBC (on board computer) content
  • Front forks are now compression and rebound adjustable
  • New spoked wheel concept (spoke arrangement, rim base, surface).

Additional Factory Option:

  • Automatic Stability Control: $400

Additional Colors:

  • Black Storm Metallic/Vintage: aluminum tail hump and hand-brushed, clear-lacquered tank: $950
  • Blue Planet Metallic/Aluminum: aluminum tail hump and hand-brushed, clear-lacquered tank: $950

The MSRP for the 2017 BMW R nineT Scrambler is $13,000, while pricing for the BMW R nineT Urban G/S has not yet been announced.

2017 BMW R 1200 GS Model Update / GS Adventure Price Change

2017 BMW R 1200 GS with Style 2 (Exclusive, left) and Style 1 (Rally, right) packages

2017 BMW R 1200 GS with Style 2 (Exclusive, left) and Style 1 (Rally, right) packages

MSRP, R 1200 GS: $16,695 (base price increases by $200)
MSRP, R 1200 GS Adventure: $18,895 (base price increases by $200)
2017 BMW R 1200 GS Model Updates
Availability: March 2017
Standard Features:

  • Updated design/front panels

New/Enhanced Packages:

  • Keyless Ride has been added to the Touring Package, which is also included in the Premium Package. Both packages increase by $250, with the price of the Touring Package increasing from $1,445 to $1,695 and the Premium Package increasing from $2,950 to $3,200.
  • Dynamic Traction Control, Hill Start Control, and Dynamic Pro Mode (a configurable ‘user’ mode) have been added to Ride Modes Pro, which is included in The Technology Package and The Premium Package. There are no package price increases associated with these enhancements.
  • Style 1 (Rally) package ($600) is now available with new color Lupin Blue Metallic. This off-road oriented package comes with a Cordoba Blue frame, gold calipers, Cross Spoke Wheels, Black Powertrain, Sport Windshield, bi- color rally seat and removes the center stand. To keep the center stand, standard windshield, and standard seat (for more passenger comfort) there is a passenger kit available.
  • Style 2 (Exclusive) package ($350) is now available with new color Espresso Metallic. This package comes with an Achat Grey frame, gold calipers, and Black Powertrain.

New/Enhanced Factory Options:

  • High Comfort Seat ($50)
  • Dynamic Electronic Suspension Adjustment (ESA) ($950) has been enhanced with the latest generation technology including an automatic ride-height adjustment and automatic damper settings. The price remains the same.
  • Extra High Rally Seat ($50). Only available with Style 1 (Rally) package and only if Passenger Kit is not ordered.
  • Dynamic Traction Control, Hill Start Control, and Dynamic Pro Mode (a configurable ‘user’ mode) have been added to Ride Modes Pro. As a result, the price has increased $50, from $400 to $450.
  • Passenger Kit ($225). Adds center stand, standard windshield, and standard seat (for more passenger comfort) when Style 1 (Rally) package is ordered.
  • Sport Suspension ($300). Only available with Style 1 (Rally) package and Dynamic ESA. Not available with Low Suspension.
  • Sport Windshield – Only available within Style 1 (Rally) package
  • Off-Road Tires – Only available within Style 1 (Rally) package
  • Comfort Seat ($50)

Colors:
All existing colors and Special Model Triple Black have been replaced by the following colors and style packages:

  • Light White
  • Lupin Blue Metallic (only available with Style 1 (Rally) package: $600)
  • Black Storm Metallic ($100)
  • Espresso Metallic (only available with Style 2 (Exclusive) package: $350)

2017 BMW S 1000 R Model Update Changes

2017 BMW S 1000 R

2017 BMW S 1000 R

MSRP: $13,795 (base price increase of $300 to account for additional features
Availability: February 2017

  • New/Enhanced Standard Features:
  • New Akrapovic HP titanium muffler
  • Redesigned side panels: more compact/dynamic
  • New headlight trim
  • Updated Engine: +5 hp = 165 hp total
  • Revised chassis: same main-frame tail section as the S 1000 RR
  • Updated instrument display

New/Enhanced Packages:

  • Equipment enhancements result in a $100 price increase to Sport Package, which is included in the Standard Package (both increase from $850 to $950) and the Premium Package (increases from $1,800 to $1,900). Within these packages, Gear Shift Assist Pro replaces Gear Shift Assist, and Ride Modes Pro now includes additional features: ABS Pro, Launch Control, Pit Lane Speed Limiter, and Dynamic Pro mode is now a configurable ‘user’ mode.

New/Revised Factory Options:

  • Gear Shift Assist Pro replaces the Gear Shift Assist option for clutchless up/down shifts ($475)
  • Ride Modes Pro now includes: ABS Pro, Launch Control, Pit Lane Speed Limiter, and Dynamic Pro mode is now a configurable ‘user’ mode (increases from $350 to $450)
  • New option Forged Wheels are 5.3 lbs. lighter than standard wheels ($1,375)
  • New Design Option Wheels with red accent stripe ($140; $0 w/ color)
  • New ABS Pro (only available w/ Ride Modes Pro)

Colors:
All existing colors have been replaced by the following colors:

  • Light White/Lupin Blue Metallic/Racing Red ($500): includes Design Option Wheels
  • Catalano Grey ($0)
  • Racing Red / Black Storm Metallic ($150)

2017 BMW S 1000 RR Model Update Changes

2017 BMW S 1000 RR

2017 BMW S 1000 RR

MSRP: $15,695
Availability: March 2017
New/Revised Standard Features:

  • Redesigned graphics: larger ‘RR’ logo
  • Automatic Stability Control (ASC) has been replaced by Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) which incorporates a lean-angle sensor.
  • Standard single seat with passenger seat cover (no passenger footpegs)
  • Recommended: optional $0 passenger kit (adds passenger seat & footpegs)

Package Changes:

  • As DTC is now standard, it is no longer included in Ride Modes Pro, which is included in Race Package, Standard Package and Premium Package (no price impact)

New/Revised Factory Options:

  • As DTC is now standard it is no longer included in Ride Modes Pro
  • Design Option Wheels are no longer available as a single option, but are included at no cost with paint colors Racing Red / Light White and Light White/Lupin Blue Metallic/Racing Red
  • Passenger Kit ($0) adds passenger seat with passenger foot pegs (recommended)
  • HP Lithium Ion Battery: 3.3 lb. weight savings (planned for 5/17 start of production)

Colors:

  • All existing colors have been replaced by the following colors:
  • Light White/Lupin Blue Metallic/Racing Red ($500): includes Design Option Wheels (black wheels with red accent stripes)
  • Racing Red/Light White ($150) includes Design Option Wheels (black wheels w/ red accent stripes)
  • Granite Grey Metallic/Black Storm Metallic ($150)

One comment

  1. it could be the main reason for the increase in sales is the dealer incentives that for some of the bikes have carried over from 2016. I myself took advantage of some pretty aggressive incentives when I bought a new k1300s at the end of September. If not for the incentives I was ready to leave the bmw brand and get a zx14 even though it was a little more bike then I wanted and not as well suited for sport touring as the k1300 but at the time the zx14 had a 1000 dollar rebate and was already 1400 dollars less then the base model k1300. And it was cheaper to buy the k3 interest wise then to use the “Sign and Ride” lease program that they offer. I have all but paid off the interest charges after 3 payments and am now paying the principle off. should BMW wish to continue to enjoy increase sales then they will have to continue to make it worth it to riders outside the regular market.

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