BMW G 310 R India first ride review | Details, specifications and price | OVERDRIVE

The BMW G 310 R has been a long time coming. It’s now five years since BMW and TVS tied-up to work together on small-displacement platforms. There are three motorcycles from the platform, of course. TVS rolled out the Apache RR 310 in India a few months ago, debuting the platform in India. But while BMW has been producing the G 310 R and G 310 GS in India, it hasn’t sold them in India until now. It isn’t hard to see why either. While you might think that the KTM 390 Duke and the Kawasaki Ninja 300 or Ninja 400 has already got the market in a settled state, the truth is India is just getting going. Read

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Fb Technical says:

Nice bmw

Sagar Belwalkar says:

Overrated brand they r not even close to Yamaha when it comes to reliable technology but Indian has tendency to flow away and make hype of European brands

Joshua Prasad says:

Top speed?

chandan kazi says:

different between kTm duke 390 ??

Subho's Vlogs says:

No Showroom in Kolkata.. Is this how they starting their Chapter in India.. Only 7-8 dealers all over the Country..

Suman Kumar Mehta says:

Review the 2018 version KTM DUKE 390, PLZZZZZZZZZZ

Arshad mansoori says:

Price to much

pav_s2003 pavan says:

Does this get a slip and assist clutch? It is better to buy the rr310 instead of this as it makes great sense as 310rr has the exact same engine and many other components for a lesser price. If performance is a factor, still no competition to D390.

Karthi Keyan says:

Explain very well about the bike every bike lovers wait to see this bike in Indian roads

Kavan Nayak says:

Can we have comparison between G310R and Kawasaki Ninja 300ABS.. same price bracket, hence will be helpful to decide amongst the two.

rishabhchawla says:

Why so expensive?
It is more or less same as apache 310.
And 80-90k expensive why?

Nabin Chatterjee says:

If it is totally same like Apache 310 r, then why should we pay extra money.. it is also made in India

Rikki Das says:

G310r or ninja 300? Both fall under the same price tag.

Tanumay Naskar says:

This goes to Shumi, I wait for your review everytime a bike comes out from some stable. And this time the wait was really long, please please please make the GS first ride appear soon. Please <3

Siri Charle says:

I m buyin it……

Debu Roy says:

I was waiting for ur review sir….I saw u in launch event but in another youtube channel…

Abhijit Naik says:


Kaushik Bekal says:

Looks like a Gixxer

Michael Cruz says:

Very highly priced

kalyan susheel says:

Is it available at TVS stores?

Kiran Prabha says:

Kithna deti hai? 😀

Abdul Nasar says:

Over price

Rushi Navlakhe says:

Little Ducati Monster❤


Duke 390 is far better than G310R

sushant jatrate says:

compare BMW 310R vs Benelli 300

Gc Rajesh says:

Nice review. According to Indian buyers Price is toooo High even for Brand name. On road price is nearly 3.75 lacks. Just compare with real competator ktm and Kawasaki. It’s manufacturing only in India. But they set the low price in other countries compare with India. How? And also bike look is somewhat old. Because it’s launched 2.5 years back in other countries.

foru only says:

expensive but looks sexy

Mahesh Yadav says:

My 5 lakh rupees diesel car costs less to service. 4k for a bike every year is what 700-800cc hope should cost.

What are they changing besides the oil, oil filter, and air filter? I’m guessing valve clearances is also required every 10000km.

Specs Info says:

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