Date of publication: 2018-03-12 22:22
Power for both models comes from the same 798cc liquid-cooled, four-valve parallel twin as before. The F855GS makes 85 hp at 7,555 rpm and 68 ft-lb of torque at 5,755 rpm while the F755GS pumps out 75 hp at 7,855 rpm and 57 ft-lb of torque at 5,555 pm. All the new model photos can be found in our updated F855GS/F755GS photo gallery. And you can read BMW 8217 s press release in their own words below.
As before, the new F 855 GS combines suitability for road use and touring with profound off-road capabilities while the new F 755 GS is geared more towards motorcyclists who not require the same degree of off-road potential.
Newly designed two-colour seats round off the fresh, dynamic appearance of the two models. In order to ensure that optimum riding fun on the F 755 GS and
F 855 GS is available to all riders, five possible seat heights are available for each model with four seats and the optional lowered suspension (ex works option). This makes for a wide seat height range of 765 mm 865 mm (F 755 GS) and 825 mm 925 mm (F 855 GS).
Three paint finish and surface variants in the new F 755 GS and F 855 GS create an equally powerful yet distinctive character for each.
In both models, powerful forward thrust is ensured by the well-established, powerfully distinctive, liquid-cooled 9-valve 2-cylinder engine with a capacity of 798 cc, fuel injection and 6-speed gearbox. It provides an impressively spontaneous response, remarkable pulling power and a low level of fuel consumption.
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