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Again we are at the end of the test, in this case of the BMW C 600 Sport. A scooter that we could call "high flights" and that comes to compete directly with the Yamaha Tmax 530, which has just been renewed. And it does it with good weapons: 60 hp, 175 km / h top speed and great stability.
Like her sister, the autonomy of the BMW C 600 Sport will overcome without any problems 300 kilometers. Even sure it will be something higher than the BMW C 650 GT due to its lower weight and size, which allow it to obtain better performance and greater agility both in stationary maneuvers and between curves.
Maybe your biggest inconvenient Be yours small size, something that the smallest drivers will appreciate but that will surely drive back more than one Nordic-size driver. However, where the people of BMW have literally broken the corduroy has been with the system Flexcase. A simple and ingenious invention With which the problem of a lot of scooters on the market is solved in one fell swoop, which only have space for a helmet.
The price of the BMW C 600 Sport It stands at 10,900 euros, putting it directly in front of its rival, which it exceeds by just 100 euros in its normal version with ABS and is a little cheaper if we talk about the Japanese with ABS in Sport finish. The war between these two is going to be very hard In the coming months and surely more than one and more than two will have nightmares thinking which of the two may be their best choice.
As with the BMW C 650 GT, BMW has the Highline Kit, which is priced at 820 euros and includes heated grips and seat, tire pressure monitoring system and LED daytime running light. And of course, the known Akrapovič, with which you will surely earn that hoarse sound that you miss during the two days of testing.
Next, We leave you with the video, in which we summarize both tests a bit and with which you can see them in detail.
BMW C 650 GT:
- Type: Two-cylinder four-stroke engine
- Displacement: 647 cm³
- Power max. dec.: 60 hp at 7,500 rpm
- Torque max. dec: 66 Nm at 6,000 rpm
- Clutch: Centrifugal
- Change: CVT (Continously Variable Transmission)
- Transmission: Chain in oil bath
- Front: Inverted fork, 115mm of travel
- Rear: Single swingarm, 115mm of travel
- Front: Hydraulically actuated double disc, 270mm diameter, two-piston floating caliper with ABS
- Rear: Hydraulically actuated single disc, 270mm diameter, two-piston floating caliper with ABS
- Front: 3, 50 × 15 ". Cast aluminum, 120/70 R15
- Rear: 4,50 × 15 ". Cast aluminum, 160/60 R15
- Overall length: 2,155 mm
- Wheelbase: 1,591 mm
- Seat height: 810 mm
- Fuel tank: 16 liters
- Average declared consumption: 4, 4-4, 8-5, 6 liters (90-100-120 km / h)
- Curb Weight: 249 kg
- Engine: 9
- Stability: 9, 5
- Suspensions: 9
- Brakes: 8
- Aesthetics: 8
- Finishes: 7, 5
- Rider comfort: 7
- Passenger comfort: 8, 5
- Average rating: 8, 31
- Pros: Stability, ground clearance, power
- Against: Rear brake, skimpy size, you get your fingers caught between the handlebars and mirrors
- Price: 10.900 €
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