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2014 Bmw C 650 GT, Touring Scooter! - Conquer the city. Or get away from it. You have the choice: with the new BMW C 650 GT Maxi-Scooter you can put your plans into practice in supreme style. The power of the harmoniously tuned engine with 60 horsepower (44 kilowatt) is especially advantageous over longer distances. Here and in many other situations you will appreciate the easy handling and exceptional comfort of the C 650 GT. In the city the C 650 GT gives you a whole new sense of freedom and independence. From the chassis to the striking design, this Maxi-Scooter reveals its exceptional character in every facet: What is more, it provides the biggest storage volume in its class along with excellent wind and weather protection. The Maxi-Scooter puts in an impressive performance but still maintains a low level of fuel consumption. Clever details such as a parking brake integrated in the side stand, the electrically adjustable windshield and central locking will ensure you are fully convinced of the Maxi-Scooter's innovative power. The extensive range of options and accessories rounds off the overall image of this superior Maxi-Scooter. The new BMW C 650 GT - reinventing freedom.
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