Is the BMW K1200S still for sale?

Is the BMW K1200S still for sale?

I’ve just been to see a 2005 K1200S. It was lovely. Immaculate condition. Full BMW service history. 24,000 miles. It’s for sale at the right price too. I’m very tempted.

How often do BMW K1200RS need to be serviced?

Under normal driving conditions you can do the service a few hundred km sooner or later. Subsequent you will find technical data as well as maintenance and service information. We make no claim to completeness or accuracy of all data, these are only for your information. You can find all spare parts for your BMW K1200RS & K1200GT here.

How many miles does a BMW K1200 do?

I had a 2005 K1200S on which I did almost 50k miles, followed by A K1300S on which I did 56k miles. I now have my second K1300S with almost 30K miles on it.

Can a BMW K1200 be used as a barge pole?

All that said, I wouldn’t touch a second hand K1200S with a barge pole! The list of likely big, expensive issues is pretty long: * ABS/Power brake unit. Will very likely fail, leaving the brake warning light on even after the bike is moving. Stopping the bike without the powered brake unit is hard work. VERY expensive to replace.

Are there any problems with a BMW K1200R?

This is a BMW we don’t have problems. I have had two K1200RS, 2002 & 2004 and these are the problems I have had. 1. Oil leak at crankshaft seal to clutch, (warranted) (2002) 2. Throttles cable sticking, replace on recall. (2002) 4. Heated grip switch failed. (2002) 5.

When did the BMW K1200 RS come out?

So it’s well worth looking for stuff like hard luggage, heated grips, trip computer, sat-nav and other luxuries when scanning the used ads. BMW sold the RS between 1996 and 2004, when it was replacedby the far better K1200 S, which used a conventional transverse engine layout and Duolever front end.

How often should I do maintenance on my BMW?

Here’s a basic overview of the maintenance and inspection tasks that will be done on your BMW after you’ve driven a certain number of miles: This is called the “Safety & Oil Service” that BMW usually recommends that you do every 15,000 miles or 12 months.

When to do 60000 miles on a BMW?

60000-Mile Service After 60,000 miles, BMW recommends that the “Inspection 2” be performed. This involves verifying all of the components in the first inspection (done at 30,000 miles), as well as doing additional inspection work.

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