2013 BMW R1200GS Priced at $15,800

February 20, 2013
Bart Madson
By Bart Madson
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Bashing away at the MotoUSA keyboard for nine years now, Madson lends his scribbling and editorial input on everything from bike reviews to industry analysis and motorcycle racing reports.

BMW has announced the U.S. pricing for its redesigned R1200GS at $15,800. A complete redesign, featuring a water-cooled version of the Boxer Twin, the new GS base model retails for less than its predecessor (priced at $16,150). The 2013 model will be available in US dealers in March.

The Bavarian marque also announced pricing for various accessory packages of its best-selling GS. The Standard Package includes heated grips, cruise control and saddlebag mounts for $16,600.

The $17,990 Premium Package GS includes the base amenities plus the Touring Package ($1450) and Active Package ($740). The Premium model features the new electronics package, including all-new Dyanamic ESA and Enduro ASC and Riding Modes, as well as touring friendly amenities like heated grips and GPS mount.

Premium Plus Package rings in at $18,870. It includes base equipment plus Comfort Package ($620) and Dynamic Package ($2100). The Plus gets riders all the Premium features, plus, tire pressure monitors and LED headlight.

The 2013 GS will be offered in four colorways: Fire Blue, Racing Red, Thunder Gray Metallic and Alpine White.

RELATED CONTENT: Read MotoUSA’s first impressions aboard the new water-cooled GS at the international press launch in South Africa in the 2013 BMW R1200GS First Ride. Watch the 2103 R1200GS First Ride Video, embedded below.

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