BMW C 400 GT Bike Overview
Introduced in 2019, the BMW C 400 GT has come under some heavy criticism due to the fact it is named a Grand Tourer, however storage space is limited. It appears the GT’s main focus is comfort over touring, with the notable differences between the GT and the X being the comfy seat and protective gear. This includes features such as a larger screen that protects the rider from all weathers.
For added comfort comes a higher price, with the C 400 GT not being considered a cheap scooter with a price of £7,050. This is for the standard package, for extras including a TFT screen, a heated seat and heated grips; it will set you back a further £905 at £7,955 for the C 400 GT SE model.
Both versions of the scooter come with BMW Motorrad ABS, Automatic Stability Control (ASC), a stainless steel exhaust system, flex case storage, a centre stand, LED tail light and indicators and Keyless Ride.
In terms of design, this BMW scooter is available in Alpine White, Black Storm Metallic, Moonwalk, or for an extra £50, Grey Metallic.
BMW C 400 GT Bike Spec
- Seat height775mm
- EngineLiquid-cooled, 4v, single
- Top speed86mph
- Average fuel consumption80.7mpg
- Insurance group-
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Comfort and technology.
Before I purchased this motorbike I went to motorcycle live and sat and looked at all the big scooters, this was by far the most comfortable.
Only had it a few months so far so good.
Full abs very good.
For a big scooter it’s very nimble with light steering.
Could do with a bit more top end but very quick at traffic light race.
Good on fuel.