- Recall due to issue with side stand and frame.
- Total of 2,376 bikes affected.
- The bikes will be launched in India on 18 July.
A total of 2,376 motorcycles have been affected by this recall. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the bike's side stand can become damaged with repeated use. While this doesn't seem like an imminent safety threat, over time, it could lead to the breakage of the section of the frame which holds the sidestand.
BMW Motorrad will notify affected owners and dealers will install a new sidestand or frame if necessary, free of charge. The recall is scheduled to begin from 7 August.
On the other hand, the BMW G310 R and G310 GS are just three days away from arriving in India. We can expect the manufacturer to rectify this issue here before delivery to the customers. The G310 R is likely to carry a price tag of around Rs 3.5 lakhs whereas the G310 GS would cost you close to Rs 3.7 lakhs.