BMW prices released


F800GS will sell for $12,250.

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.


R1200GS Adventure gets update.

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 …


  1. BMW Canada take the Canadian public for Fu_____ idiots. An Hour drive south will save me over 1500.oo US on the same bikE. When the weather warms up….I’ll be heading south BMW USA.

  2. stronger loonie? so why is bmw canada more expensive then bmw usa??? f800 is about $1500 more,r1200gs is about $2000 more. and today is cad stronger then usd. bmw canada,don’t you have enough $$$ ??? i’m buying bmw r1200gs in buffalo in next spring. f*ck you bmw canada!

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