BMW K 1200 GT
Model: K 1200 (1996 - ...)
The BMW K1200GT is a sport-touring motorcycle made by BMW. The second generation K1200GT, introduced in 2006, uses essentially the same inline-4 engine as the BMW K1200S sportbike, which held the world speed record in 2005 for its class at 173.57 mph (279.33 km/h), and the K1200R. The new model is lighter and more powerful than the first generation K1200GT, which was introduced in 2003.
The K1200GT's standard equipment includes an adjustable seat and handlebars, integral ABS, panniers, and electronically adjustable screen. Available options include: electronic suspension adjustment (ESA), xenon light, on board computer including oil level warning, automatic stability control (ASC), heated seat, heated hand grips, tire pressure monitoring (TPM), cruise control and anti-theft alarm.
In late 2008, the K1200GT was replaced by the K1300GT, which had a 136 cc larger displacement engine producing 175 bhp (130 kW) and 103 lb·ft (140 N·m) of torque at the crankshaft. Cycle World tested the K1300GT at 141.1 hp (105.2 kW) and 86.0 lb·ft (116.6 N·m) torque at the rear wheel. The new bike also has improved optional ESA-II electronic suspension adjustment, a conventional single indicator switch and concealed crash bars.
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