2013 BMW HP4 Priced at $20K and Up

2013 BMW HP4 Priced at $20K and Up

While BMW announced the 2013 HP4 two months ago, it’s making its official world press debut today at the Intermot show in Cologne, Germany and BMW is taking the opportunity to announce pricing and packaging. If you’re not already aware, the new HP4 is based on the popular S1000RR and is a continuation of BMW Motorrad’s HP model series founded in 2005. Following the boxer powered HP2 Enduro, HP2 Megamoto and HP2 Sport, the BMW HP4 is the first 4-cylinder motorcycle in the HP family and is, according to BMW, the most advanced production sporting motorcycle ever built. The HP4 will only be available in limited numbers in Racing Blue Metallic/Light White/Sapphire Black Metallic paintwork.

The “base” HP4 will have a Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $19,990 in the United States and will be available at dealerships by the end of 2012. The base model comes equipped with:

  • DDC (Dynamic Damping Control) semi active suspension (a world first for a production motorcycle)
  • Launch control for optimal acceleration
  • Akrapovic full titanium exhaust
  • Seven-spoke forged aluminum wheels in gloss black
  • Radial Brembo Monobloc brake calipers
  • Race ABS with new IDM calibration
  • DTC (Dynamic Traction Control) with new 14-step adjustability
  • Gear shift assistant

A Standard Package (totaling $20,525 MSRP) includes base equipment as well as:

  • Pillion Rider Package (priced at $285) featuring a rear seat and rear footrests to accommodate a rear pillion rider
  • Heated Grips

A Premium Package (totaling $24,995 MSRP) includes base equipment as well as:

  • A Competition Package (priced at $4,470) featuring
  1. HP carbon engine spoiler
  2. HP carbon trim
  3. HP folding clutch and brake levers
  4. HP rider footrests – adjustable
  5. Forged aluminum wheels in Racing Blue Metallic
  6. Sponsor decal kit (not mounted)
  • Pillion Rider Package (described above)
  • Heated Grips

Optional extras (priced separately) include: heated grips ($250) and an anti-theft alarm ($395).

Unified destination and handling charges through authorized BMW Motorrad Dealers in the U.S. is an additional $495.

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