To bring drastic changes for individual mobility concepts BMW Motors wonderfully crafted the next generation Scooters to fight growing traffic volume, rising energy costs, and greater CO2 regulations. I am talking about BMW C600 Sport and C650GT Maxi scooter designed like S1000RR superbike shaduled to go on sale by 5 May 2012 Priced between £9,395 to £9,705. It’s coming to take on Honda Integra( £7,500), Aprilia SRV850(£7,799) and Yamaha T-Max (£8,870) in world market.
The BMW C 600 Sport and C 650 GT Maxi Scooters are powered by the most powerful and efficient, 647cc parallel-Twin DOHC engine smoke out power output is 44 kW (60 hp) at 7500 rpm and max torque of 66 Nm is available at 6000 rpm driving through a constantly variable transmission or a directly integrated CVT. Both Scooter fulfill today the Euro-4 emission limits of tomorrow and for saftey it’s fitted with BMW Motorrad ABS system and advance braking system.
The Sport can sprint to 62.5 mph in a fairly brisk 7.1 seconds, while the 26-pound heavier GT takes 7.5 secs with a Top speed of 109mph. It can offers you mileage of 48-56mpg.
- BMW C 600 Sport Price £9,395
- BMW C 650 GT Price £9,705 and with Highline pack costing £10,455
- BMW C 600 Sport
- Cosmic blue metallic matt
- Titanium silver metallic
- Sapphire black metallic
- BMW C 650 GT
- Sapphire black metallic
- Platinum bronze metallic
- Vermilion red metallic
- Two dynamic maxi scooters for sport and touring.
- Powerful two-cylinder inline engine with CVT and characteristic sound.
- Suspension with agility and premium riding stability.
- Powerful braking system with standard BMW Motorrad ABS.
- Multifunctional instrument cluster
- C 600 Sport with the world premiere FlexCase
- Mileage 48-56mpg, Top-speed 109mph
- The Sport can sprint to 62.5 mph in a fairly brisk 7.1 seconds
- Rivals:- Honda Integra( £7,500), Aprilia SRV850(£7,799) and Yamaha T-Max (£8,870)
The sporty, dynamic scooter – BMW C 600 Sport – has a seat positioned for active riding with the foot boards, seat, and handlebar in an ergonomic triangle. The BMW C 650 GT offers an alternative for riders who prefer touring and long distance comfort. The rider and passenger are positioned in a relaxed sitting posture that is suited to especially long stretches. An adjustable seat backrest for the rider, a higher handlebar and floor boards instead of separate footrests offer greater passenger comfort. In addition, the C 650 GT offers a larger, electrically adjustable windscreen for improved protection against wind and weather.
- C 600 Sport with sporty seat position and flatter handlebar – seat height 31.8 inches, footrests for the passenger.
- C 650 GT with comfortable touring seat position and higher handlebar, larger seat with adjustable backrest for the rider, and foot boards for the passenger – seat height of 30.7 inches.
- C 600 Sport with windscreen mechanically adjustable to three positions.
- C 650 GT with larger windscreen electrically adjustable over 3.9 inches for additional protection from wind and weather.
Body and design
- C 600 Sport with clean sporty panels. The dynamic upswept tail section and body edges create the perception of simplicity and lightweight.
- C 650 GT offers outstanding comfort and protection against wind and weather.
Headlights, turn indicators, rear light
- C 600 Sport: front turn indicators integrated in the fairing, twin circular headlights and LED rear light assembly with single turn indicators
- C 650 GT: front turn indicators integrated in the mirrors, twin circular headlights and LED rear light assembly with integrated turn indicators.
- C 600 Sport with world premiere and innovative FlexCase. Provides variable storage space under the seat. Two helmets can be easily stored in the parked vehicle.
- C 650 GT with a large storage space of approximately 2.1 cubic feet for storing two helmets and additional items
At last I would like to say that The BMW C 600 Sport and the BMW C 650 GT combine the outstanding riding properties of a motorcycle with the precise agility and comfort of a scooter for a new kind of dynamic riding experience. What you think? Please be open to give your view.
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