We were all waiting for a long time for the BMW G310 GS to get launched so we could finally compare it with the Kawasaki Versys X 300, for mainly 2 reasons. First, the Versys is a perfect platform that blends off-road and on-road performance and two, just like the BMW 310 GS, it suffers from limited service stations and outlets. So let’s begin:
We have compared the advantages of several bikes for quite a long time but after owning one, it’s the cons which people usually care about. So today we are going to compare two entry-level Adventure tourers, Royal Enfield Himalayan FI and BMW G310 GS, to see what their cons are.
TVS- BMW has done an extremely sensible thing in the motorcycle market in India by introducing the baby GS, also known as BMW G310 GS. As per me, this is probably the most sensible thing a motorcycle manufacturer has done after KTM launched the Duke 390 in 2013. Speaking of the looks first, it looks like a typical baby GS, very similar to the BMW F 800 GS. If you look at it aesthetically, it looks ugly as hell.
The recent sightings of the BMW G 310 R tourer version has already caught a ton of attention, especially in India. The adventure touring market has been left wide open as riders eagerly wait for manufacturers to launch motorcycles that they could tour on through different kinds of conditions and terrains, with different kinds of luggage.