- Will be happy to see this maxi scooter
- Powerful engine with powerful look
- Plenty of standard and safety features
BMW C 400 GT Maxi Scooter Launch Price Features: After a long wait, BMW has finally launched its Maxi scooter in India and the most important thing about this scooter is its price. Yes, the BMW C 400 GT Maxi Scooter is the most expensive scooter in India, whose look and design are also so great that your eyes remain fixed on it. By launching such an expensive scooter, BMW has put a great option in front of the people in the scooter segment as well. So come on, today we introduce you to all the information including the price and features of India’s most expensive and powerful scooter.
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Price, color and speed
BMW C 400 GT Maxi Scooter has been launched in India for Rs 9.95 lakh (ex-showroom). Offered in 2 luxurious color options like Alpine White and Style Triple Black, this maxi scooter is being offered with a standard warranty of 3 years. Along with this, the company is providing roadside assistance and 24×7 package with it. The company claims that the BMW C 400 GT Maxi Scooter has a top speed of 139kmph and can run from 0-100kmph in 9.5 seconds.
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Engine, Power and Features
The BMW C 400 GT maxi scooter is powered by a 350cc water-cooled single cylinder engine that can generate 34bhp power at 7,500rpm and 35Nm torque at 5,750Nm. In terms of looks and features, it gets full LED headlamps, large windshield, upswept exhaust and a lot of under-seat storage. It is quite muscular and big in appearance. Its powerful look settles in your eyes. Along with this, many standard and safety features like BMW Motorrad Connectivity support, large TFT screen, USB charging socket, heated seat, anti-theft alarm system, telescopic front forks, double disc brakes and ABS.
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