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BMW Motorrad wants your last year’s bonus with these great deals

Get up to P200,000 off and freebies with most of its offerings

Is this your year to get a BMW bike? PHOTO FROM BMW MOTORRAD

So, is 2023 shaping up to be a good year for you? If so, SMC Asia Car Distributors, the official importer and distributor of BMW Motorrad in the Philippines, is hoping to lure you into its showrooms with a bunch of really good deals on their premium big bikes.

Budol is better with a BMW motorbike like the R1250 GS, right? PHOTOS FROM BMW MOTORRAD

First up, the R1250 GS Style 40 Years (P1.645 million) now comes with a Connected Ride Cradle and Engine Protection Guard, along with a whopping P100,000 discount.

If the 40 Years colorway isn’t your thing, the brand also has the Style Rallye (P1.615 million) and the Style Triple Black (P1.575 million) with a free engine protection guard and a P50,000 discount.

No other cruiser is as easy to ride as the R18. PHOTO FROM BMW MOTORRAD

Cruiserheads will want to seriously consider the R18 (P1.955 million). Not only does it come with a Vance & Hines exhaust and saddle bags, but it’s also being offered with a P200,000 discount. Yes, P200,000.

That P70,000 discount will buy you some nice gear to match the S1000 R. PHOTO FROM BMW MOTORRAD

Finally, the naked S1000 R (P1.455 million) is being offered with a P70,000 discount.

Considering that these freebies are practically mandatory accessories when you purchase a big bike, we’d say it can’t get any sweeter than this. BMW Motorrad also has special deals on other 2022 models like the F900 R, the G310 R, the R nineT Urban GS, and more.

Drop by any BMW Motorrad showroom to see just what they have in store for you. Just remember, the promo is for a limited time only or until stocks run out. And yes, budol is real.

Andy Leuterio

Andy is both an avid cyclist and a car enthusiast who has finally made the shift to motorcycles. You've probably seen him on his bicycle or motorbike overtaking your crawling car. He is our motorcycle editor and the author of the ‘Quickshift’ column.