BMW S1000RR Canadian pricing announced

MSRP expected to be US$14,400

story by Motorcycle.Com Staff, Created Jul. 13, 2009
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BMW has announced the pricing for its S1000RR superbike for Canada.

According to BMW Motorrad Canada, the 2010 S1000RR will arrive in Canadian showrooms in early 2010 with a manufacturer suggested retail price of CA$16,800. American pricing has yet to be announced, but at current rates, the Canadian price translates to US$14,428, which puts it around the price Pete Brissette predicted on the Sidecar blog. European pricing was previously announced as 15,800 euros (US$22,021) but the Canadian price should be much closer to the American MSRP.

BMW also announced several available options (all prices in Canadian dollars):

  • Race ABS - $1,250
  • Race ABS with Dynamic Traction Control - $1,500
  • Electronic Shift Assistant - $350
  • Anti-theft alarm system - $250

American pricing for the BMW S1000RR should be announced soon.

The S1000RR will also be available in four colors: thunder grey metallic, acid green metallic, mineral silver metallic and the alpine white, lupin blue and magma red colors used by BMW Motorrad Motorsport World Superbike Championship riders Ruben Xaus and Troy Corser.

Discuss more at BMW S1000RR Forum.

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2010 BMW S1000RR Price Speculation
BMW S1000RR U.S. Debut
2009 BMW S1000RR World Introduction
2009 BMW S1000RR Preview
2009 BMW S1000RR A Closer Look

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