1. BMW C 400 GT
Top Speed139 Kmph
Kerb Weight214 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity12.8 liters
Seat Height775 mm
The BMW C 400 GT is one of the biggest and most expensive scooters that have come to India so far. The powerful scooter comes with a striking Alpine white colour against the sleek black, which highlights this scooter’s design, shape, and size. The scooty draws eyeballs because its sheer size dwarfs almost all other 2-wheelers.
On the front is a LED headlight integrated with quad-DRLs, and the vertical indicators are positioned at the bottom. It also has a tall, non-adjustable windscreen. This scooty new model has an extended footboard, and along the side, there is a spine-mouthed fuel tank. The wide tail section also has LED-integrated tail lights and indicators.
Unique features like the keyless ignition, keyless fuel-filler cap, and the TFT screen are inspired by BMW’s bikes, and they have been able to incorporate them into the BMW C 400 GT. The scooter has a long and wide seat that is very comfortable, is padded well, and comes with a small backrest. It also acts as a divider for the rider and passenger.
The engine performance is top-notch, as expected from a brand like BMW. You can easily reach 100kph with ease. It is a smooth power delivery, and cruising at such speeds is no problem. Despite the scooter being larger and longer than regular two-wheelers, it is surprisingly lightweight, making it agile and easy to handle on the road.
The BMW C 400 GT costs 10.40 lakhs.
The top three competitors for BMW C 400 GT are Keeway Vieste 300, Honda Forza 350, and Yamaha XMax.