BMW has launched its C400 GT a Maxxi scooter with a premium price tag of Rs 9.95 lakh Ex-showroom in India.
India is a very big market for scooters and we have a lot of options in scooter segments. But all the scooters which we have a lie in the range of 110-160 cc engine options.
Now BMW has launched its most popular C400-GT maxi-scooter in India. Currently, there is no competition for this scooter because it comes in the premium category.
BMW C400 GT Specifications
The BMW C400GT is powered by a 350 cc single-cylinder water-cooled engine which produces the max power of 34 PS at 7500 rpm and the peak torque of 35 Nm at 5750 rpm. The scooter comes with a CVT transmission and fuel injection fueling system.
The BMW C400 GT is the fastest scooter in India with a top speed of 139 kmph as per the company’s claim.
One of the highlighting factors of the scooter is its dual front disc. The C400GT comes with a 265 mm dual disc at the front and a 265 mm single disc at the rear.
BMW C400GT Mileage
The BMW C400GT comes with a 12.8 liter of fuel tank and its approximate mileage is around 20-25 kmpl.
BMW C400 GT features
Talking about the features, the maxi-scooter has multiple features which are justifying the price of the scooter. It comes with features like BMW Motorrad dual-channel ABS, Stainless steel exhaust system, Keyless Ride, Flexcase, Self calibrating ASC, Centre stand, Ride by Wire, Inner Leg Curve -1762 mm, Dynamic Brake Light, Electronic Immobiliser, Device Pairing, Multi Controller, Comfort Turn Indicator, and On-board Computer.
The Maxxi scooter comes with TFT Screen which displays multiple information like Clock, speedometer, fuel indicator, navigation etc
On road price of the BMW C400 GT
The Ex-showroom price of the BMW C400 GT is Rs 9.95 lakh and its on road price in Mumbai is around Rs 12.87 lakh
First owner of the BMW C400 GT maxi scooter in India.
India’s first BMW C400 GT was delivered to Swaranjeet Bajaj as famously known as Swaran paji. He is a very famous bike enthusiast and a collector of rare and expensive bikes and cars. He owns very rare and only one India bike like BMW HP4, Indian Roadmaster elite, Victory Vision, Honda Goldwing F6B, and many more other bikes.
Swaranjeet Bajaj paid Rs 12.87 lakh for the BMW C400 GT maxi scooter and Rs 15000 for the custom registration number.