BMW Motorrad Philippines finally pushed through with the formal launch of the 2020 BMW F900 R in the country.
The CoViD-19 pandemic scuttled plans to formally launch what BMW describes as a dynamic roadster in a grand festival to be attended by motorcycle enthusiasts back in March.
BMW Motorrad was forced to settle for a virtual launch alongside the recent on-line rollout of the 2020 BMW 2-Series Gran Coupe.
Two variants of BMW’s midsize naked bike— the BMW F900 R Standard and the BMW F900 R Style Sport. Both are powered by an 895cc in-line 2-cylinder engine generating 105 horsepower at 8750 revolutions per minute and 92 Newton-meters of torque at 6500 rpm.
Both also come standard with Anti-Lock Brake System and Automatic Stability Control, Keyless Ride System, as well as two riding modes: “Rain” and “Road.”
The Standard variant is priced at Php655K while the more fully-loaded with cutting edge technology Style Sport is priced at Php775K.
Both are now available for sale at the six BMW Motorrad dealerships in the country.