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    My 03 650 runs on regular and my 00 KRS operates well on premium.


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    The wetheadís run on 89 just fine...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1074 View Post
    Great! So when is BMW going to make a bike designed for less than premium, high octane gasoline?
    They already do, like this G 310 GS:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Voni View Post
    Update today from Engle Motors. Expected delivery date is now January . . .

    Has the US price been announced? We were at Engle's last week and I forgot to ask Mike or Adam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee View Post
    Has the US price been announced? We were at Engle's last week and I forgot to ask Mike or Adam.
    I read it somewhere: about $5,700 if I recall correctly.
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    Our dealer told us that the price was $5690 plus $245 destination charge and then another $250 set up fee. And our dealer charged me another $240 document fee on my 310. I don't know if all dealers will charge the set up fee or so much for a document fee. My wife has a GS ordered. I have the G310R and have 3600 miles on it and so far so good. There have been some people with a cold start issue and I was using regular gas and someone said use premium gas and I have and haven't had a problem since and have started it with the temp being in the 30s. When it warms up I may go back to regular gas.

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    Lies, damn lies and fees.

    We've purchased an R12GSA and an R12GS in the past six months. No fees of any sort (transportation, set-up, documentation or licensing) and the dealer was willing to deal 10-12% off the MSRP. We get a 45 day temporary tag at the dealership that costs $45 when we go to license the bike and get our title. We also pay a one time only $95 fee to permanently license a bike.
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    As an old geezer, I'm looking forward to the 310 GS. I don't need to trail ride, but improved dirt roads are mostly bypassed . My VStrom will handle them, but if I drop it, I'm SOL. It is the most top heavy bike I have owned. I can't pick it up and I mostly ride solo. So the 310 GS appeals to me for its lighter weight and manageable seat height. I'm on the list when they come in at the local dealer. Hope it is as good as the hype. Didn't put down a deposit, I want to see it first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    I read it somewhere: about $5,700 if I recall correctly.
    Yep, that's what the Feb. Rider magazine shows. $950 more than the R.
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    Well, Steve started this thread almost 14 months ago. I think itís almost 2 years for an elephant 🐘
    Makes me wonder
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