BMW Canada has released pricing for all but one of their new models, including the F800GS dual sports and two additions to the
high-performance boxer-engined HP2 line.
The F800GS will retail for a suggested
$12,250, and the F650GS – which uses the same 798 cc motor despite its
designation – is priced at $8,990.
The HP2 Megamoto and HP2 Sport are, for all intents and purposes, new
in Canada for ’08 (expanding the lineage started by the HP2 Enduro
model, which uses a higher-performance version of the 1200 GS boxer
motor). The Megamoto lists for $22,250, and the
higher-spec Sport lists for $26,640.
BMW’s R1200GS and GS Adventure receive some significant updates for ’08, namely a 5% boost in power, and new gearbox (with lower ratios for the bottom three and a wider spread for the upper three) and an optional Enduro Electronic Suspension Adjustment (ESA). The new
R1200GS lists for $16,750, and the Adventure model lists for $19,000.
Other BMW models are unchanged from
’07, though prices have gone down thanks to the stronger loonie. The F800S, for example, is $500 cheaper, the touring
F800ST is down $850 and the R1200GS is down by a significant $1,250.
The unpriced model? That’ll be the G450X Sports Enduro, which will be available in Canada later on in 2008 and presumably priced sometime before then …