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2013 BMW F700GS, the New German All-Rounder

The 2013 BMW F700GS is the direct successor of the F650GS machine, and takes the legendary heritage one step further into the realm of "one bike does it all". If you're looking for a budget touring bike to harness the convenience of the all-rounders, the renowned German engineering and the affordable pricing, the 2013 BMW F700GS is well worth taking for a test ride.
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The new 700GS produces 75 HP with the parallel-twin 798cc engine, and delivers a very handy 57 lb-ft (77 Nm) torque, making riding with a passenger and gear a breeze. A 6-speed gearbox ensures both the nimble acceleration and a very good highway speed (119 mph/ 191 km/h max), and BMW claims 60 mpg at 55 mph (4 l/100 km at 88 km/h).

Plenty of accessories are available for the 2013 BMW F700GS, so riders can easily turn it into a very dependable touring machine, or increase its aesthetic factor upon wish. The 2013 BMW F700GS comes ABS and Electronic Suspension Adjustment as standard for $9,990 (€7,465) while the traction control system is offered as an option. Available in Red Apple Metallic, Ostra Grey metallic matt and Glacier Silver metallic.

 
 
 
 
 

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