Post Sale Update: This K12S sold for the opening bid of $7,000 on eBay.
2005 was the inaugural year for the BMW K1200S. When compared directly to the Hayabusa, the BMW starts fighting on the back tire. However, what it gives up on paper is more than made up for on the road. The suspension is comfortable, it has heated grips, and two people will easily fit for as long as your gas tank lasts. All that, and 167 horsepower.
There are several questions to ask when buying a European motorcycle, as small mechanical gremlins could lead to costly financial mistakes. This 2005 BMW K1200S was part of a collection of 14 motorcycles, and the seller offers his phone number as well as service and recall records to further put you at ease. According to the listing, this K1200S was ridden once a year on a special trip and currently sits with 11,000 miles. The bidding starts at $7,000, and seemingly ends with a $7,400 Buy It Now price. For more information on the K12S, check out this story from Sport Rider.
Find this K1200S for sale in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania with bidding up to $7,000