How the 2024 BMW F 900 GS Improves on the Good Stuff

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BMW F900 GS Bike (Credits: Bmw)

Adventure bike fans have been eagerly waiting for the updated BMW F 900 GS, and the 2024 model brings some exciting changes. Here’s what you need to know about the improvements.

1. More Power under the Hood

The 2024 BMW F 900 GS comes with a bigger engine, bumping up the displacement from 853cc to 895cc. This means more power and torque for better performance, with the new engine delivering 105 horsepower and 68.6 lb-ft of torque.

BMW F900 GS Bike (Credits: Bmw)
BMW F900 GS Bike (Credits: BMW)

2. Sleeker Design and Improved Chassis

BMW has refreshed the design of the F 900 GS to make it look sharper and more agile. The new model features LED lighting, a redesigned face with a new headlight, and a slimmer body. The chassis has also been updated for better handling, with a lighter frame and swingarm contributing to an overall weight reduction of 31 pounds.

3. Advanced Features and Electronics

The 2024 F 900 GS comes with Road and Rain riding modes as standard, along with ABS Pro for optimized braking. Riders can opt for additional features like Ride Modes Pro and Dynamic Brake Control for enhanced performance. Optional packages include the Enduro Pro package for off-road enthusiasts and the Dynamics Package for added riding modes and assistance.

BMW F900 GS Bike (Credits: Bmw)
BMW F900 GS Bike (Credits: Bmw)

4. Competitive Pricing and Warranty

With a starting MSRP of $13,495, the F 900 GS offers a thrilling package compared to its rivals. Its closest competitor, the Triumph Tiger 900 Rally Pro, starts at $17,395, making the F 900 GS a more affordable option. Plus, BMW offers a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty for added peace of mind.

The 2024 BMW F 900 GS builds on its predecessor’s strengths to deliver an exciting adventure bike package that’s sure to impress riders both on and off the road.

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