Royal Enfield hikes the price of all its models – Bullet 350, the Classic 350, the Himalayan, the Interceptor 650, and the Continental GT 650 – ranging from Rs 1,800 to Rs 2,800.
Royal Enfield has silently hiked the prices of their entire model range in India. This includes the Bullet 350, the Classic 350, the Himalayan, the Interceptor 650, and the Continental GT 650. This is the second time that Royal Enfield is increasing the price of their BS6-compliant models. The first hike came around May 2020 when the prices were increased by about Rs 3,000. Although this latest hike isn’t by much, it does drive up the prices of the entire Royal Enfield range.
Royal Enfield Bullet 350
The Bullet 350 is Royal Enfield’s most affordable model in India and it was launched in BS6-spec in March 2020. This latest hike takes the price up by about Rs 2,800 and now, the most affordable variant in the Bullet 350 lineup (Bullet X 350) is priced at Rs 1.27 lakh. The regular version of the Bullet 350 now costs Rs 1.33 lakh, while the top-spec electric-start equipped variant now costs Rs 1.42 lakh.
Royal Enfield Classic 350
Movinp up the range, the Classic 350 is Royal Enfield’s most popular model in India and prices for the Claasic 350 have gone up by Rs 1,800. After this price hike, prices for the single-channel ABS version of the Classic 350 now stands at Rs 1.61 lakh. Meanwhile, prices for the dual-channel ABS versions of the Classic 350 now range from Rs 1.69-1.86 lakh, all prices ex-showroom.
Royal Enfield Himalayan
Just like the Classic 350, prices for the Royal Enfield Himalayan too have gone up by Rs 1,800. Prices for the Himalayan now ranges from Rs 1.91 lakh to Rs 1.95 lakh, depending on the variant. The Himalayan is now almost nearing the Rs 2 lakh mark. Once the only affordable adventure motorcycle in the country, the Himalayan has come to become much more expensive than when it was first introduced.
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, Continental GT 650
Royal Enfield’s flagship motorcycles – the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 – also see their price going up Rs 1,800. The price of the 650 twins vary according to their color schemes but the hike has been uniform across all the color options. This means that the prices of the Continental GT now ranges from Rs 2.66-2.97 lakh while the cafe-racer styled Continental GT 650 now costs between Rs 2.82 lakh and Rs 3.03 lakh.
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