BMW Motorrad USA announces K 1600 B pricing

BMW Motorrad USA has announced pricing and product highlights for its K 1600 B. The 2018 Model Year K 1600 B will have a MSRP of $19,995.00 (plus a $495 destination fee).

Largely based on the technology used in the BMW 6-cylinder tourer K 1600 GT and GTL, the K 1600 B features a backward sloping linear design with a specifically engineered rear section to reflect the characteristics of a grand American tourer. This not only makes the Bagger appear low-lying and slender; but also, thanks to the new rear frame, significantly reduces the height of the passenger seat.

As with the K 1600 GT/GTL, the Bagger’s 1,649 cc in-line six-cylinder engine produces 160 hp and 129 lb-ft of torque. The bike comes standard with three riding modes (Rain, Road, and Dynamic), Dynamic Traction Control, cornering-optimized integral ABS Pro, heated seats and hand grips, power adjustable windshield, cruise control, multifunction display with on-board computer, and Dynamic Electronic Suspension Adjustment (D-ESAR) with “Road” and “Cruise” damping modes. Gear Shift Assist Pro, Reverse Assist, Hill Start Control, adaptive headlight, floorboards and more, are all available as options. 


Like other BMW motorcycle models, buyers can enhance the K 1600 B with option packages that include:

  • Safety package: Adaptive headlight, tire pressure monitor (TPM), and Hill Start Control
  • Comfort package: Gear Shift Assist Pro, central locking system, anti-theft alarm, Keyless Ride, and LED auxiliary lights 
  • Touring Package: Reverse assist, GPS preparation, and audio system with radio, Sirius XM and Bluetooth. 

One comment

  1. Looks really sharp. I sent this to my friend who I go to Daytona with that has a 07 road king and always seems to have problems with it. The price looks good also. Even with many options this bike has to be reasonable. Unfortunately BMW is barely represented at Daytona. BMW of Daytona had 1 rack of shirts, no stickers, patches or other things that people might be looking for. Maybe I'll get a job with BMW and we can design some stuff and have a booths at all bike rally's. I'm sure there's a good market for it

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