This not the first time, but Royal Enfield has hiked the prices of the 650 twins again. As of now Royal Enfield Continental 650 and Interceptor 650 are the flagship models from this motorcycle maker. But Still, after the regular price hike, Royal Enfield did extent the price by more than ₹6,000.
Well, this price hike is not the first that these two motorcycles have witnessed. That said, as of now, there is no news of Royal Enfield increasing the prices of the rest of its line-up.
Royal Enfield Prices Hiked
|Motorcycle||Old Prices||New Prices|
|Canyon Red, Ventura Blue, Orange Crush||₹2,75,467||₹2,81,518|
|Downtown Drag, Sunset Strip, Baker Express||₹2,83,593||₹2,89,806|
|Mark 2 Chrome||₹2,97,134||₹3,03,619|
Continental GT 650
|Rocker Red, British Racing Queen||₹2,94,417||₹2,98,079|
|Ventura Storm, Dux Deluxe||₹2,99,830||₹3,06,368|
All Prices in ex-showroom
Well, this second price hike in the one year can set back deep pockets for those considering this motorcycle to buy. That said, despite the hike, the 650 twins from Royal Enfield still remain the cheapest British twins one can buy in the market.
Additionally, these two motorcycles were updated somewhere in March lending the twins a completely refreshed look.
Royal Enfield further Plans
As of now, there is no confirmation of launching new motorcycles. But keeping that said, we do assume that Royal Enfield will definitely use this 650cc twin-cylinder powerhouse in many other motorcycles from the company. This includes a Himalayan and also a cruiser that may come with this refined motor.
Talking about which, this 650cc parallel-twin motor generates 47,65ps of max power and 52Nm of peak torque. Also setting the power down is a 6-speed sequential gearbox.
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