BMW Motorrad’s 2017 US Prices Announced!
Need The Price For The 2017 BMW S1000RR Or R nineT? We Got ‘Em All.
Updated August 18, 2018
BMW Motorrad have announced their prices for 2017. If you’re in the market for a new R nineT model, something adventurous from the R1200 line, or one of the brutally fast S1000 models, then pay attention – because this concerns you. We’ll start with the R nineT line, which has been expanded to accommodate some rather appetizing new models for 2017…
The 2017 BMW R nineT Price
The 2017 R nineT (the original, unadulterated version) has been given a slight price increase for 2017, with a price tag of $15,395. The extra $300 up from last years model pays for a brand new instrument cluster, a set of adjustable front forks, and the addition of spoked rims. Naturally, there are a few more color options up for grabs, and the only add on available as an upgrade is an Automatic Stability Control system.
The 2017 BMW R nineT Pure Price
The “Pure” variant is exactly what you’d think it is. It’s basically an R nineT that has been stripped down to its bare essentials; it’s low on technology but high on styling and rustic aesthetics. For many people, it’s the ideal donor bike for customization, and we reckon we’ll see plenty of these being upgraded and custom’d over the next 12 months. The MSRP is set at $11,995. For an extra $250 you can buy yourself lower suspension, should you feel the need.
The 2017 BMW R nineT Racer Price
Very much the 2017 BMW Motorrad poster boy, this café racer inspired version of the classic boxer series boasts a single seat, a racy livery, cast wheels, a half fairing and clip on handlebars. It ticks all the café racer boxes, but still has plenty of room for further customization. You can get one of these for $13,295. However, if you want to add some cool extras, here’s what’s on offer and for how much:
Spoked Wheels: $500
Brushed Aluminum Tank: $950 (ouch)
Chrome Exhaust: $150
Automatic Stability Control: $400
Heated Grips: $395
The 2017 BMW R nineT Scrambler Price
The Scrambler version of the R nineT has been given an MSRP of $13,000 but there have been no upgrades from last year’s model. The other more adventure orientated model, the Urban G/S R nineT hasn’t been given a price yet.
The 2017 BMW R 1200 GS Price
The tour de force that is the BMW R 1200 GS hasn’t seen too much of an update for 2017, but as always BMW have a huge catalog full of bolt on stuff you can use to upgrade the base model. The only “significant” change is a set of new front panels. And you’ll pay an extra $200 more than the previous model for the pleasure. The price for 2017 is $16,995.
The R 1200 GS Adventure also sports the same price increase of $200, and the grand total for one of those is $18,895.
The 2017 BMW S1000R Price
For the more road focused S1000R has been given a small price increase of $300 for 2017, but that’s small increase is worth the money. For the MSRP of $13,795, BMW have treated the S1000R with a new instrument display, a slightly modified chassis, new side panels, an Akrapovic HP titanium exhaust, and an updated engine. The latter two upgrades equate to a 5 hp increase on last year’s model pushing it to 165 hp in total.
The 2017 BMW S1000RR Price
Last, but certainly not least, we have the BMW S1000RR 2017 price!. If you’re a fan of the RR, you’ll already know that the 2017 doesn’t come with anything particularly noteworthy as an upgrade. However, if you want the details: the 2017 will boast new graphics, Dynamic Traction Control that comes with a lean angle sensor, the single seat and passenger seat cowl…but no extra cost. The price for the 2017 S1000RR remains exactly the same as last year’s $15,695 for the base model.