2016 BMW F 700 GS

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*Expected arrival at dealerships Q1 2016.

The F 700 GS: The GS Feeling for Everyone.

Carefree motorcycling fun for everyone! With the F 700 GS, a 75 hp engine and outstanding handling add to the riding excitement on any terrain. Due to its low weight and various seat alternatives, from high to low with the option of a low suspension, it is particularly suited to smaller riders and beginners as an ideal all-round adventure machine.

More technology for more safety.

With standard ABS and optional ESA (Electronic Suspension Adjustment) and ASC (Automatic Stability Control), your F 700 GS will not only have more safety features, but your ride will be more comfortable.

Made for you.

As usual, a wide range of options and special equipment are available for the F 700 GS, allowing you to tailor your BMW to your individual preferences.

HIGHLIGHTS:

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HIGH-QUALITY DESIGN.

The new knee cover with its galvanized surface significantly increases the visual appeal of the F 700 GS. The same is true of the high-quality design of the new ignition lock cover and tank cover. Details such as the new model inscription and the dual-color seat cover create a look that stands out.

LIFTS THE SPIRIT.

The economical, water-cooled two-cylinder inline engine with 75 hp (55 kW) and 57 lb-ft of torque impresses both off-road and in the city. The F 700 GS is a pure joy to ride.

ABS, ASC AND ESA.

The classic BMW Motorrad ABS is standard and optional ASC (Automatic Stability Control) also increases safety. Depending on the road conditions, ASC limits the drive torque of the engine, significantly increasing active riding safety in when wheel slip is detected. Both the ABS and ASC systems may be switched off for off-road use. Optional ESA (Electronic Suspension Adjustment), including Comfort, Normal and Sport riding modes, allows the rider to individualize their ride and comfort level.

A SEAT FOR EVERY RIDER.

There are a variety of seat heights available for the
F 700 GS, as well as an optional low suspension, providing seat heights between 30.1″ and 33.8″

MORE INDIVIDUALITY.

With three different color variations, the new
F 700 GS can be individualized to meet your personal perference. In addition, one of these three colors is combined with a style package that also includes large hand protectors with protector mounted spoilers. And due to the comprehensive range of accessories, the F 700 GS can be tailored even further.

STYLE PACKAGE 1

– Color: Light white single color
– Frame color: Racing red single color
– Spring strut color: Red
– Seat color: Grey / black
– Accessory: Large hand guards with spoiler attachments

BASIC COLOR OPTION

– Color: Sakhir orange metallic
– Frame color: Agate grey metallic matte
– Spring strut color: White
– Seat color: Grey / black

BASIC COLOR OPTION

– Color: Mineral grey metallic
– Frame color: Agate grey metallic matte
– Spring strut color: White
– Seat color: Grey / black

 

 

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