2013 BMW R1200GS Priced at $15,800* for the USA

02/20/2013 @ 10:11 am, by Jensen Beeler1 COMMENT

2013 BMW R1200GS Priced at $15,800* for the USA 2013 bmw r1200gs 635x423

Adopting a liquid-cooled 1170cc boxer engine for its next generation adventure-touring bike, BMW Motorrad is hoping to continue the magic with the 2013 BMW R1200GS, and has finally release North American pricing on the newest GS: $15,800 base.

Of course, BMW Motorrad’s package pricing game is well at hand here, and several trim levels and feature packages are available on the new R1200GS. We break them down for you after the jump, but as you can expect, you have to pay a princely sum to get a machine from zie Germans with all the bells and whistles.

Base Package – $15,800:

  • Integral ABS (Disengageable)
  • Aluminum Engine Guard
  • Center Stand
  • Power Accessory Socket
  • White Turn Signal Lenses
  • LED Rear Light
  • On Board Computer (new)
  • Height Adjustable Rider Seat, Front and Back (new)
  • Longitudinally Adjustable Passenger Seat (new)
  • Stepless Adjustable Windshield (new)
  • Pillion Rider Foot Rests Removable for Off-Road Riding (new)

Standard Package – $16,600 (All Base Package Features & the Following):

  • Heated Grips
  • Cruise Control
  • Saddle Bag Mounts

The Premium Package – $17,990 (All Base Package Features & the Following):

  • Touring Package – $1,450:
  1. – Dynamic ESA (new)
  2. – On Board Computer Pro (new)
  3. – GPS Preparation (new)
  4. – Chrome Exhaust
  5. – Heated Grips
  6. – Hand Protection
  7. – Saddle Bag Mounts
  • Active Package $740:
  1. – Enduro ASC and Riding Modes (new)
  2. – Cruise Control (new)

Premium Plus Package – $18,870 (All Base Package Features & the Following):

  • Comfort Package – $620:
  1. – Heated Grips
  2. – TPM (Tire Pressure Monitor)
  3. – Hand Protection
  4. – Saddle Bag Mounts
  • Dynamic Package – $2,100:
  1. – Enduro ASC and Riding Modes (new)
  2. – Dynamic ESA (new)
  3. – LED Headlight (new)
  4. – On Board Computer Pro (new)
  5. – GPS Preparation (new)
  • Cruise Control (new)

Source: BMW Motorrad

Comment:

  1. Bellini says:

    It’s actually quite reasonable, me thinks… even fully loaded it’s a big chunk of chain less than a Multistrada S. :)