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ManufacturerBMW Motorrad
Also calledGT
Parent companyBMW
PredecessorK1200GT (2003–2006)
ClassSport touring bike
Engine1157 cc liquid-cooled transverse mounted inline 4-cyl DOHC
Power152 hp (113 kW) @ 9500 rpm
TorqueTemplate:Convert/lbf.ft @ 7750 rpm
Transmission6-speed, enclosed driveshaft with two universal joints;2.82:1 drive ratio
Rake, Trail29.4°, 112 mm (4.4 in)
Wheelbase1,572 mm (61.9 in)
DimensionsL 91.3 in (2,320 mm) W 39 in (990 mm)
Seat height32.3 in (820 mm)
Weight549 lb (249 kg) (dry), 622 lb (282 kg) (wet)
Fuel capacity6.3 U.S. gallons (24 litres) including 1 gallon reserve
RelatedK1200R, K1200S

The BMW K1200GT is a sport-touring motorcycle made by BMW. The second generation K1200GT, introduced in 2006, uses essentially the same inline-4 engine as the BMW K1200S sportbike, which held the world speed record in 2005 for its class at 173.57 mph (279.33 km/h),[1] and the K1200R. The new model is lighter and more powerful than the first generation K1200GT, which was introduced in 2003.[2]

Standard features include adjustable seat, handlebars, integral ABS, panniers and electronically adjustable screen. Available options include: electronic suspension adjustment (ESA), xenon light, on board computer including oil level warning, automatic stability control (ASC), heated seat, heated hand grips, tire pressure monitoring (TPM), cruise control and anti-theft alarm

In late 2008, the K1200GT was replaced by the larger displacement K1300GT, which featured a 136 cc larger engine producing 175 bhp (130 kW) and Template:Convert/lb.ft of torque.[3] The new bike also features improved optional ESA-II electronic suspension adjustment, a conventional single indicator switch and concealed crash bars.


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