SALE - Save 500 - Was 9499.00 Now 8999.00,We've managed to secure ourselves this outstanding example of BMW's new R1200R Sports SE edition. Equipped with ABS brakes as standard it has only covered 12960 miles since leaving the Motorrad factory gates.This Bavaria beauty is finished in a gorgeous combination of Pearl Sparkling Diamond White metallic and Candy Blue Metallic. Being the Sport SE edition, it features BMW's ASC (Automatic Stability Control), Dynamic ESA (Electronic Suspension Adjustment) and cruise control along with an onboard trip computer. It's much more than just a half-faired R1200R, the R1200RS brings a new level of handling and technical sophistication to its class, with long distance comfort as well as the performance to boogie in the corners.The SE Sport also has Road and Rain riding modes as standard and come with centre-stand, rear carrier rack, pannier fastenings, a chrome exhaust and GPS satellite navigation mount. The owner has also invested in a pair of genuine BMW pannier cases on this one too.You'll struggle to find a nicer and better value for money example then we have here and to top it off, we not only welcome, but actively encourage trade-ins too. Let us know what you have and we'll do whatever we can to see if we can strike a deal.(Subject to a 99.00 vehicle preparation fee)Doble Motorcycles stock number 13256.Compare insurance quotes
86-92 & 103 Brighton Road, CR5 2NG
Why buy from Doble Motorcycles
Doble Motorcycles is a long established family run business founded in 1967 by Mike Doble senior and late brother Chris Doble. It all started with just one shop no. 88 Brighton road selling one or two step through mopeds and motorcycle servicing. Chris managed the bike business while Mike set up a used car showroom across the road at 103, this also took off very well and thrived as the motor industry boomed. Time moved on and expansion was inevitable for the Motorcycle shop. Honda was increasing its model range rapidly with big sellers like the Superdream and CX500. The adjacent shop no. 90 was acquired and soon become filled with exciting new models. But again the market grew and the need to expand soon arrived. Seeming to take over one end of Coulsdon no. 86 was sought and another 50% increase in size took place. Honda's market share also grew to keep customers coming back time and time again. It became apparent that car sales were not able to keep pace with the two wheeled sales, so all resources were pooled together to once again double the business size to give huge choice and diversity to the customer. Doble Motorcycles Selling and specialising in the world's leading makes from day one has been Doble's biggest strength. Mike Doble Junior and Paul Styles now run the dealership along with Mike Doble Senior, Anne Doble, and a good enthusiastic and dedicated team who all love working with motorcycles. Dobles have been nominated Honda dealer of the year four times. The award is not just based on sales, but on product presentation and more importantly, all round customer care. This is something Dobles pride themselves on and a practise, which has earned them a reputation for service & reliability throughout their many years in Coulsdon.
MCN overall review verdict: BMW’s R1200RS slipped in under many a rider’s radar when it was launched in 2015 and didn’t even arrive in dealers until halfway through that year. It completed the German firm’s boxer-twin line-up of the day, all of which featured it’s then new 125bhp water-cooled motor, but it (and the naked R version) always lived in the shadows of the headline-grabbing R1200RT tourer and the globe-trotting R1200GS. Related: BMW R1250RT review Related: BMW R1250RS review Related: BMW R1250R review That’s a shame because it’s a hugely capable sports tourer in every sense. It excites and relaxes in equal measure and combines a big chunk of the luxury and long-distance comfort of the RT with a fruity twist. It looks pretty funky, too with its snazzy S1000RR-a-like asymmetric lights, upside down forks (no ‘funny’ front end here) and radial Brembos. With grunt pouring from its sticky-out cylinders the flat twin is long-legged and flexible, sounds like a race bike on the pipe and is as happy scratching through corners as it is melting motorway miles. Find a fully loaded RS and things like cruise control, heated grips, an up/down quickshifter, keyless ignition and electronic suspension and you’re never left wanting more. In its four-year life it’s proven to be well built, reliable and although servicing isn’t the cheapest, BMW main dealers are a friendly and helpful bunch. Better still you can find early examples for not a lot of cash, which truly makes the BMW R1200RS an unsung sports touring hero. It was replaced by the BMW R1250RS in 2019. BMW R1200RS long-term test Former MCN Editor Andy Calton spent a year living with the R1200RS and found the £13k bike to be capable but a little expensive with a fuel tank that's too small. Further reading... Once you've been through this review and our owners' reviews at the bottom of the page, you can get more information on the BMW R1200RS by heading to the R1200RS Forum or that website's Facebook page.
|Annual road tax||£93|
|Annual service cost||£230|
|Max power||125 bhp|
|Max torque||92 ft-lb|
|Top speed||140 mph|
|Average fuel consumption||56 mpg|
|Tank range||222 miles|
|Engine type||Liquid cooled, DOHC, 8v flat twin|
|Frame type||Tubular steel|
|Fuel capacity||18 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
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1) return the motorcycle and not pay the Optional Final Repayment. If the motorcycle has exceeded the maximum agreed mileage a charge for excess mileage will apply – in this example 6p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage up to 4,999 miles and 12p per mile + VAT for any excess mileage exceeding 4,999 miles If the motorcycle is in good condition (fair wear and tear accepted) and has not exceeded the maximum agreed mileage you will have nothing further to pay;
2) pay the Optional Final Repayment to own the motorcycle or
3) part exchange the motorcycle subject to settlement of your existing credit agreement; new credit agreements are subject to status.