Eager to increase its dominant position in the enduro market for large dual-purpose motorcycles, BMW has announced a series of lower prices for its new liquid-cooled R 1200 GS.
The base model of the flat twin enduro, expected to hit retailers in March, will have a sticker price of $15,800.
That version comes with some new features, such as an onboard computer and adjustable rider's seat, adjustable passenger seat, adjustable windshield and standard antilock brakes.
The standard version, priced at $16,000, also includes heated grips, cruise control and saddle bag mounts.
The Premium Package, at $17,990, includes all that plus a touring package with an even smarter onboard computer and GPS. The Premium Plus Package, at $18,870, adds a selection of riding modes.