BMW Motorrad USA has just announced prices for its 2015 range of motorcycles that were unveiled earlier this year at the EICMA and Intermot Motor Shows.
In the updated lineup, the BMW F 800 R comes in at $9,950, sees a drastic redesign with a completely new headlight that parts ways with BMW’s signature asymmetric design while BMW R 1200 R, BMW S 1000 RR and its naked version, the S 1000 R sees minor updates to the body work with power and performance improvements.
The BMW R 1200 R gets a $150 reduction from the 2014 model, now priced at $13,950. Additionally, the base model is now packed with ASC and 2-ride modes as standard, which were optional in the previous model.
The 2015 BMW S 1000 RR which is identical in design to its outgoing model (with the headlight symmetry mirrored) sees a 6 bhp increase over the outgoing model, while getting additional electronic aids and features as standard. The new bike is $50 more than the outgoing base model with a price of $15,500. For the full-decked-out version which includes upgraded forged wheels, dynamic traction control, upgraded ride modes, quick shifter, cruise control, dynamic damping control and heated grips would cost $18,995, a $3490 premium over the standard version.
New to 2015 are the BMW S 1000 XR – an adventure bike derived from the BMW S 1000 RR and the BMW R 1200 RS, based on the naked R 1200 R bike. While both of these motorcycles would not be available until late 2015, they would be introduced as early 2016 models. The BMW S 1000 XR would be priced at $16,350 and would come standard with ASC, two ride modes, anti-hop clutch and an adjustable windshield. For an additional $945 GPS, heated grips, cruise control and saddle bag mounts would be included while $18,750 would get the premium package that has everything from the standard package plus dynamic ESA, center stand, luggage rack, additional riding modes and dynamic traction control.
Lastly, the newly introduced BMW R 1200 RS would be priced at $1,000 more than its naked version at $14,950 for the base variant. The standard variant comes in at $16,150 and adds in a chrome exhaust, heated grips, cruise control, GPS preparation and saddle bag mounts while the all-out premium variant is priced at $17,895 gets additional keyless ride, gear shift assist, dynamic ESA, center stand and a luggage rack.