BMW R 18 Classic, S 1000 RR Lands In Malaysia – From RM121,500!

BMW Motorrad Malaysia welcomes two new addition of cruiser and superbike for the local market with the R 18 Classic and the S 1000 RR.

Compared to the First Edition model, the R 18 Classic comes with additional LED headlights and electronic cruise control as standard.

The Classic also packs a tall windshield, pillion seat and saddlebags, which significantly improve not just riding comfort but also practicality.

Nevertheless, R 18 Classic maintains the monstrous 1,802cc boxer engine capable of producing 91hp and 158Nm at 3,000rpm and a maximum speed of 180km/h.

The variant also features BMW Motorrad Integral Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) and Automatic Stability Control (ASC), three riding modes (Rock, Roll and Rain), engine drag torque control (MSR), Dynamic Brake Control, Keyless Ride system, reverse gear, adjustable clutch and handbrake levers.

The R 18 Classic is available in only Black Storm Metallic and priced at RM154,500.

Meanwhile, BMW Motorrad Malaysia also welcomes the latest generation S 1000 RR.

Like the previous generation introduced in 2019, the latest also comes with the M Package as standard consisting of the M carbon wheels, M sport seat, and M lightweight battery.

Nonetheless, the World Superbike derived litre bike maintains its formidable 999cc 4-inline engine capable of producing 207hp at 13,500rpm and 113Nm at 11,000rpm.

Like every latest BMW Motorrad model, the S 1000 RR also comes with the latest BMW ShiftCam Technology that offers a smoother engine delivery at low and high rpm.

Other notable features:

  • four riding modes – Rain, Road, Dynamic and Race, complete with the Riding Mode Pro
  • Dynamic Traction Control (DTC)
  • ABS Pro
  • Dynamic Damping Control (DDC)
  • Hill Start Control
  • HP Shift Assistant Pro
  • 6.5″ TFT display with BMW Motorrad Connectivity

The latest generation S 1000 RR is available at the price of RM121,500.

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