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post #1 of 5 Old Jul 16th, 2006, 4:16 pm Thread Starter
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BMW Model Changes for 2007

Colors

R 1200 GS
716 New color: Night Black non metallic
947 Discontinued color: Ocean blue metallic

R 1200 RT
764 New color: Titan Silver Metallic
LN08 New color: Sand Beige Metallic
847 New color: Biarriz Blue Metallic
911 Discontinued color: Piedmont Red Metallic
933 Discontinued color: Granit Gray Metallic
946 Discontinued color: Dark Graphite Metallic

K 1200 S
LN09 New color: Titan Silver Metallic/Cosmic Blue /Night Black
954 New color: White Aluminum Metallic
XXX Discontinued: All past colors

K 1200 LT
716 New color: Night Black non metallic
847 New color: Biarriz Blue Metallic
947 Discontinued color: Ocean Blue Metallic
LN01 Discontinued color: Magnesium black metallic

Options/Equipment


R 1200 GS
New available option - 630 I-ABS new generation
New available option - 539 On board computer includes oil level control
New available option - 588 Clear turn signal lenses (from Feb. 07 based LED technolgy)
New available option - 530 TPM (tire pressure monitoring)
New available option - 650 ASC (Automatic Stability Control)

R 1200 GS Adv.
New available option - 630 I-ABS new generation
New available option - 530 TPM (tire pressure monitoring)
New available option - 588 Clear turn signal lenses (from Feb. 07 based LED technology)
New available option - 650 ASC (Automatic Stability Control)

R 1200 S
New available option - 539 On board computer includes oil level control
New available option - 530 TPM (tire pressure monitoring)

R 1200 ST
New available option - 630 I-ABS new generation
New available option - 530 TPM (tire pressure monitoring)
New available option - 650 ASC (Automatic Stability Control)

K 1200 S
New available option - 630 I-ABS new generation
New available option - 539 On board computer includes oil level control
New available option - 530 TPM (tire pressure monitoring)

K 1200 R
New available option - 630 I-ABS new generation
New available option - 539 On board computer incl. oil level control
New available option - 588 Clear turn signal lenses (from Feb. 07 based on LED) technology)
New available option - 530 TPM (tire pressure monitoring)

K 1200 GT
New available option - 630 I-ABS new generation
New available option - 530 TPM (tire pressure monitoring)
New available option - 650 ASC (Automatic Stability Control)

The new option 650 ASC will be available for all mentioned models from January 2007 on.


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post #2 of 5 Old Jul 18th, 2006, 5:11 am
 
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Some interesting stuff there. I can't help but wonder what Biarriz Blue Metallic is going to look like.
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post #3 of 5 Old Jul 19th, 2006, 1:58 am
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Much better than that old, obsolete color you're riding, I'm sure.

Hm, the ASC and TPM sound intriguing, but waiting until January? Bummer.

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post #4 of 5 Old Jul 19th, 2006, 11:30 am
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Some interesting stuff there. I can't help but wonder what Biarriz Blue Metallic is going to look like.
Biarrizt Blue Metallic was the blue used on RT's from 2002-2004....

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Biarrizt Blue Metallic was the blue used on RT's from 2002-2004....
As if I ever looked at those.

Thanks Ted.
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