2024 BMW F 900 GS Launched in Malaysia

BMW Group Malaysia launched the 2024 BMW CE 02, 2024 BMW F 900 GS, 2024 BMW R 1300 GS and 2024 BMW S 1000 XR, today at the Malaysia Autoshow 2024.

Benjamin Nagel, Managing Director of BMW Group Malaysia said, “We are thrilled to unveil our latest lineup of exceptional motorcycles here at the Malaysia Autoshow 2024, featuring the highly anticipated All-New BMW CE 02 alongside our newest offerings in the Adventure segment. This showcase reflects our steadfast dedication to redefining the riding experience in the country. Each motorcycle epitomises innovation, seamlessly integrating electrification, premium performance, and cutting-edge design. As we embrace the future of mobility and continue to Make Life A Ride here in Malaysia, we invite all riding enthusiasts to join us on this exhilarating journey with BMW Group Malaysia.”

2024 BMW F 900 GS

Now let us go to this second bike launched today.

BMW says that the 2024 BMW F 900 GS offers higher sophistication for off-road, touring, and adventure capabilities.

Main highlights:

  • Enhanced off-road qualities along with a 14 kg weight reduction. It nowweights 219 kg.
  • Advanced lighting technology with a larger low beam opening angle and improved illumination directly in front, utilising LED with daytime running light and LED indicators.

  • Completely redesign which showcases a redesigned fuel tank, contributing to a slimmer and ergonomically with a capacity of 14.5 litres.
  • Powering the 2024 BMW F 900 GS is a 895cc parallel-twin engine which now produces 77 kW (105 hp) at 8.500 rpm, and 93 Nm of torque at 6,750 rpm.

  • It has a firing interval of 270/450 degrees, mimicking that of a 90-degree V-twin, and emits a throaty exhaust note through the Akrapovič exhaust silencer.
  • The has a top speed of “over 200 km/h,” according to the manufacturer.

  • The Enduro Pro Package includes a fully adjustable titanium nitride-coated upside-down telescopic forks, fully adjustable central spring strut, sport frame, black handlebar, handlebar riser, as well as an M-Endurance chain.
  • The 2024 BMW F 900 GS is equipped with a host rider-friendly amenities, including an engine guard, ensuring added protection during off-road excursions, heated grips provide.

  • Hand protectors further shield riders from debris and wind, enhancing overall comfort and safety.
  • The new bike also features adjustable foot brake and gear levers for personalised control and ergonomics.

  • A 6.5-inch TFT display as standard with connectivity functions, enabling the rider to engage in phone calls, indulge in music, and navigate while on the move.
  • There are two riding modes: “Road” and “Rain,” in addition to Dynamic Traction Control (DTC), cornering-optimised BMW Motorrad ABS Pro, and a dynamic brake light (it blinks under hard braking) for enhanced safety.

  • Other rider convenience features are Gear Shift Assistant Pro, Keyless Ride, RDC (tyre pressure control), 12-volt and USB power sockets.
  • Available in two attractive colours namely, Sao Paulo Yellow and Racing Blue Metallic.

Financial Services

Ownership of the new 2024 BMW F 900 GS starts from RM 1,318.00 with the Financing Plan from BMW Group Financial Services Malaysia. This estimate is based on Balloon Financing with a 90% loan over a 4-year tenure.

Owners can also enjoy additional benefits with the Industry-Leading Premium Malaysia Engine Oil Inclusive, Service Inclusive and Warranty Extension Programmes by BMW Motorrad Malaysia. For more information on the programmes, please visit

The retail price (on the road, with BMW Motorrad Malaysia’s All-New 3-Year Warranty and 3-Year Roadside Assistance Programmes, without insurance) for the new 2024 BMW F 900 GS is RM 88,500.00.

To learn more about the new 2024 F 900 GS, visit or contact your preferred authorised BMW dealership.

2024 BMW F 900 GS Photo Gallery

Wahid's lust for motorcycles was spurred on by his late-Dad's love for his Lambretta on which he courted, married his mother, and took baby Wahid riding on it. He has since worked in the motorcycle and automotive industry for many years, before taking up riding courses and testing many, many motorcycles since becoming a motojournalist. Wahid likes to see things differently. What can you say about a guy who sees a road safety message in AC/DC's "Highway to Hell."

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