Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is easily one of the most anticipated motorcycle launches of the decade.Continue reading “Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Ride Review | Winner Of IMOTY 2019”
Royal Enfield would launch a new model on the 26 th of March. Called Royal Enfield Bullet Trials, the bike has already been spotted testing in December 2018. The bike would be made available in two variants – Bullet Trials 350 and Bullet Trials 500.Continue reading “Royal Enfield Bullet Trials Launch On March 26”
The Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 would be launched on 14 th November in India by Royal Enfield. Both the bikes have already been launched in the US. While in the US, both the bikes carry a price tag of over Rs.4 lakhs if the price in dollar is converted to Rupees.
The Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X will get dual channel ABS and will be sold at Rs.1.63 lakhs – almost Rs.7000 more than the standard version of the bike. The bike has already reached dealerships across India.
Watch this video to know the latest bikes to be launched in the final quarter of 2018 in India. Do let us know which on would you be interested in.
After launching the Classic Signals ABS a few days back, Royal Enfield is now gearing up to launch the Himalayan with ABS. We have learned that the Himalayan with ABS would be priced at Rs.1,80,669 – Rs.11,000 more than the standard Himalayan version.
In homage to the Indian armed forces, Royal Enfield has launched Classic Signals 350 ABS at Rs.1.62 lakhs. The Classic Signals 350 comes in Indian Air Force and Indian Army colors and costs Rs.15000 more than rear-disc brake equipped non-ABS Classic 350.
The Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus will be launched in India on the 30th of this month. The 500 Pegasus is a limited edition model and only 1000 units will be sold globally. From these 1000 units, 250 units have been reserved for India. The bike will only be sold online and not in any Royal Enfield dealerships.
Even imagined an Enfield with 1140cc engine? It’s a reality now. Royal Enfield has restored a 1938 KX with the biggest and the baddest engine ever seen in an Enfield – a massive 1140cc V-twin L head engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission.
The upcoming Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 have been unveiled in Australia. Down under, the bikes have been priced at 10,000 and 10,400 Australian dollars respectively.