BMW revealed no less than four bikes for 2020 at EICMA 2019. One is a second concept based on the company’s super-sized Boxer engine. Another three models will land in the dealerships in 2020. The pricing of the newer models has finally been announced.

2020 BMW F 900 R

2020 BMW F 900 R
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With a base price of $8,995, the new 2020 BMW F 900 R starts things off sub-$10k. The roadster comes with:

  • a colored TFT display with BMW Motorrad connectivity
  • LED lighting
  • automatic stability control (ASC)
  • two riding modes
  • adjustable brake
  • clutch levers
  • ABS

2020 BMW F 900 XR

2020 BMW F 900 XR
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The 2020 F 900 XR provides a similar features list at a cost of $11,695. Key features include:

  • ABS
  • colored TFT display with BMW Motorrad connectivity
  • LED lighting
  • stability control
  • two riding modes
  • adjustable brake, and clutch levers
  • self-canceling turn signals
  • adjustable windshield

You can adjust the seat height from 30.5 to 34.2 inches. The options on offer on the F 900 XR are like those available on the R with the addition of a body color-matching set of cases. The model is available in three colors: Racing Red, Light White, and Galvanic Gold Metal.

2020 BMW S 1000 XR

2020 BMW S 1000 XR
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What about the 2020 S 1000 XR? Its base price starts at $17,645 and you can choose from two designs: Racing Red with White Aluminum Metallic Matte or Ice Gray paint jobs.

Standard equipment on the XR flagship features:

  • four riding modes
  • electronic suspension adjustment
  • pannier racks
  • ABS
  • hill start control
  • a 6.5-inch full-color TFT screen
  • LED lighting

A range of accessories is available as an option, including Dynamic ESA Pro with two damping modes, adjustable damping lights, LED auxiliary lights, carbon components such as an engine guard as well as a collection of side and top cases.

The three new models are expected to be available in dealerships sometime in 2020—probably in springtime for a new riding season.

Source: RideApart

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