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2004 Bmw R 1200 Cl on 2040-motos

$6,495
YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:27677 ColorColor: Sapphire Black Metallic
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TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(877) 554-4128

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2004 Bmw R 1200 CL, Unique motorcycle, runs great, and recent service. - 2004 BMW R1200CLC loaded with the goods! Ride in comfort with heated grips, heated seats, AM/FM/CD **The display for the stereo is hazed over and can not be read.**, ABS, and rider and passenger floorboards. cruise control. Overall in good condition however the right side fairing has a blemish, the engine bars have easy scrapes, and the chrome bag strips. Our Service Department just performed a full maintenance service that entailed clutch fluid change, gearbox oil, rear drive oil, brake fluid change, and a new battery. Raised on the road. Living in luxury. Introducing the R 1200 CL -- BMW's new luxury cruiser -- built for a different breed of rider. You'll see its genetic makeup when you walk up to it. Right under the fairing is the noble head of a BMW Cruiser. Wide chrome-plated handlebars, generous sideboards, and for the first time, four front headlights, give the R 1200 CL an unmistakably unique presence. And it's got guts too. With its new Two Spark ignition and the 1,170cc flat twin power unit of the original Cruiser, it'll pull 72lb-ft of torque at 3000rpm, calling up 61 horses in the process. Accompanying its substantial power is the unparalleled braking capability inherent in a BMW motorcycle. But beyond beauty and brawn, the R 1200 CL is outfitted for true long-distance luxury. The custom windshield, like the fairing, protects you from the elements. The seats are specially designed for enduring comfort and heated for cold weather riding. The suspension system capitalizes on BMW's pioneering Telelever and Monolever technologies. Even the gearbox has been reconfigured to offer smoother riding and shifting over long distances. Add to this top and side travel cases, heated grips and an onboard AM/FM-stereo/CD player, then finish the package with bold colors, chrome highlights, and all new cast aluminum wheels. The new R 1200 CL, it's got luxury in its lineage and cruiser in its character. It's the newest member of the BMW family. And it was bred for people who were born to ride.

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  Following this year’s earlier Budget announcement about the government’s car scrappage scheme, Vines of Guildford BMW has created a similar scheme for motorcycles. Bike owners with motorcycles bought five or more years ago will be given £1,000 off the list price of a new BMW motorcycle when using their old bike as a part-exchange*.  Riders just need to ensure they have at least six months MOT left and the bike must be taxed with clear HPI.  Just like the Government’s car scrappage scheme has been put in place to help drivers, and the car industry, through tough economic times, Vines of Guildford wanted to offer motorcyclists the same opportunity, to purchase a brand new BMW motorcycle with the benefit of the £1,000 part exchange. As well as enjoying this benefit on the purchase price of a new BMW bike, riders can also look forward to complimentary panniers with all new R1200GS and R1200GS Adventure models, and complimentary Zumo sat nav system with the new R1200RT until 30 Sept, plus access to BMW’s Select Finance options to get riders on their bikes straight away with the option to change their new bike every two to three years.

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