The prices for the 2005 BMW F models typically range from $7,850 to $9,300. The 2005 BMW F 650 CS is a standard bike, and the 2005 BMW F 650 GS and 650 GS Dakar are dual sport motorbikes. The engines in these motorbikes are liquid-cooled, have four valves per cylinder and produce around 50 horsepower at 6,500 RPM and 44 pound-feet of torque at 5,000 RPM. The top speed for the 2005 BMW F 650 CS is around 110.6 miles per hour.
The 2005 BMW F 650 CS motorbike is around 7.02 feet long, 36 inches wide, and has around 5.1 inches of ground clearance. The 2005 BMW 650 GS is around 7.13 feet long, 35.8 inches wide, and has around 5.1 inches of ground clearance. The BMW F 650 GS Dakar is around 7.18 feet long, 35.8 inches wide, and has around 7.1 inches of ground clearance. The frames of the 2005 BMW F motorbikes are made of steel. These motorbikes come equipped with a vinyl seat that is meant to hold two riders.
These BMW motorbikes come equipped with a grab rail foot pegs for the driver and the passenger. The dashboard comes equipped with digital instrumentation, including a trip odometer, a speedometer, and a fuel level warning light. The 2005 BMW F 650 models also come equipped with a tachometer on the dashboard. The 2005 BMW F 650 GS motorbike features a chain guard, an engine case guard, and an exhaust guard. The BMW F 650 GS Dakar motorbike also has hand guards.
Adjustable levers and a power outlet are also standard features on the 2005 BMW F motorbikes. All of the 2005 BMW F motorbikes come equipped with a tinted windshield and a rear rack. The BMW F 650 motorbikes also come equipped with storage under the seat and lockable storage. All of the motorbikes have halogen headlights. The 2005 BMW F 650 GS Dakar comes equipped with handlebar pads as stock features.
Many riders praise the 2005 BMW F 650 CS for being a great all-around motorbike. Many riders like the reasonable price, reliability, and ergonomics of these comfortable standard bikes. The 2005 BMW F 650 CS can get up to 80 miles per hour with ease, but the motor typically begins to vibrate at speeds exceeding 75 miles per hour.