BMW launched the C 400 GT maxiscooter in India at Rs 9.95 lakh (exshowroom, India). It is currently the most powerful and expensive scooter for sale in India.
Produces 34hp and 35Nm from 350cc engine India’s only large maxi scooter Gets traction control and ride mode.
BMW C 400 GT: Design
Besides, not at all like most bikes in India, the BMW C 400 GT rides on a 15-inch wheel at the front and a 14-inch wheel at the back, and as per the German producer, the more modest back tires are being utilized to free more extra room under the seat. Moreover, the new BMW C 400 GT likewise has a ton of street presence and could be confused with something substantially more strong than it really is, which makes it even more alluring to numerous purchasers in the country. The new BMW C 400 GT is additionally accessible in two shades – Alpine White and Style Triple Black.
BMW C 400 GT: Features
Being an exceptional moderate-size bike, the BMW C 400 GT accompanies an entire host of elements. First off, the BMW C 400 GT accompanies a full-shading 6.5- inch Multifunctional instrument group, BMW Motorrad Multi-Controller, Ride Modes, and availability highlights.
Aside from that, the BMW C 400 GT likewise accompanies a USB charging attachment, Seat Storage Compartment with improved lighting, LED headlights, ride-by-wire, and some more. Security savvy, the BMW C 400 GT accompanies an ABS framework, twofold plate brakes at the front, single circle brake at the back, Automatic Stability Control (ASC), footing control (TC), and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
BMW C 400 GT: MOTOR
The new BMW C 400 GT is a premium average size bike and it goes to the Indian bike market as a totally developed unit (CBU), and the organization has effectively begun appointments on the bike at all BMW Motorrad India businesses. Driving the BMW C 400 GT is an all-new 350cc water-cooled single-chamber 4-stroke fuel-infused petroleum motor. As indicated by the organization, this motor fosters the greatest force of 34 bhp at 7500 rpm and 35 Nm of the most extreme force at 5750 rpm.
This is all that anyone could need to push the 202-kilogram premium fair size bike from 0-100 kmph in 9.5 seconds, and on to a maximum velocity of 139 kmph, which is very quick for its details.
For Rs 9.95 lakh (ex-showroom prices), the new BMW C 400 GT is on the costly side. Notwithstanding, the bike offers an exceptional encounter to its riders and comes loaded with an entire host of provisions.
For life in the city and whatever else, you have arranged. With the BMW C 400 GT, you will partake in an agreeable ride – a long way past city limits. Discover about the specialized information and broad standard hardware here.
|Engine||Type||Water-cooled, single-chamber, four-cycle motor highlighting four valves for every chamber, overhead camshaft with rocker and wet-sump oil|
|Max. power||25 kW at 7,500 rpm|
|Max. torque||35 Nm at 5,750 rpm|
|Emission control||The closed-loop three-way catalytic converter, compliant with EU-5 emission standard|
|Performance / fuel consumption||Maximum speed||Company claim – 139 km/h|
|Power transmission||Clutch||Centrifugal dry clutch|
|Gearbox||Stepless CVT gearbox|
|Drive||Two-stage reduction gear|
|Chassis/brakes||Frame||Steel tube construction with aluminum die-cast unit|
|Front suspension||Telescopic fork with 35 mm diameter|
|Rear suspension||Double Aluminum swingarm, Double spring struts, adjustable preload|
|Front Brake||Double disc brake, rigid, diameter 265 mm, 4-piston calipers|
|Rear Brake||Single disc brake, diameter 265 mm, 1-piston floating caliper|
|ABS||BMW Motorrad ABS|
|Front Tyre||120/70 R15|
|Rear Tyre||150/70 R14|