For 2013, BMW has updated its F800GS and revealed the new F700GS which replaces the F650GS. The F700GS is actually just an updated F650GS and has the same 798cc capacity, but gets new bodywork.
Both 2013 BMW F700GS and BMW F800GS are powered by liquid-cooled and fuel-injected four-valve 798cc twin-cylinder engine. Even comes with the same engine as the predecessor model, the 798cc twin-cylinder engine on BMW F700GS delvers 74 hp at 7300 rpm and 57 ft-lb. at 5500 rpm, compared to the F650GS with 70 hp at 7000 rpm and 55 ft-lb. at 4500 rpm. While 798cc twin-cylinder engine on the 2013 F800GS remains at remains the same at 84 hp at 7500 rpm and 61 ft-lb. at 5750 rpm as the 2012’s model. Both engines are mated to six-speed transmissions.
The BMW F700GS gets newly designed body features in a more dynamic, masculine look. It uses a conventional telescopic fork and also comes equipped with a 19-inch front wheel, double disc brakes on the front wheel for improved stopping power, a new handlebar clamp and windshield. BMW’s electronic suspension adjustment (ESA), Automatic Stability Control and BMW’s traction control system are available as an option.
The 2013 BMW F800GS receives restyled bodywork, and is equipped with an upside-down fork and wire spoke wheels with a 21-inch front wheel. BMW’s electronic suspension adjustment (ESA) and Automatic Stability Control are available as an option.
Both models also get ABS as standard, new clock, new switchgear, smoked indicator lenses and LED rear light, as well as a more extensive accessories range.
The 2013 BMW F700GS is available in Red apple metallic, Ostra grey metallic matt and Glacier silver metalic. While the BMW F800GS can be had with Kalamata metallic matt, Cordoba blue or Alpine white 3 paintwork.
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