Royal Enfield has revealed the prices of BS6 Interceptor 650, GT 650 and Himalayan on their website and has also commenced their online bookings.
Royal Enfield has silently updated the prices of BS6 Interceptor, 650 650 and the Himalayan on their website. These three models now get BS6 compliant engines but the power figures have not been revealed yet.
The prices of BS6 Royal Enfield Interceptor have been raised by Rs 8,500 up to Rs 9,100. As for the GT 650, it gets a price hike ranging from 9,700 to Rs 11,200. The price hike of BS6 Himalayan ranges between Rs 5,800 to Rs 6,800.
|INT 650 Variant||New Price (Rs)|
|Glitter And Dust||2,85,951|
|GT 650 Variant||New Price (Rs)|
|Ice Queen White||2,88,654|
|Himalayan Variant||New Price (Rs)|
As seen, the price range of Interceptor 650 now starts at Rs 2.65 Lakhs up to Rs 2.85 Lakhs (ex-showroom). Since the launch of the Twins, the prices of INT and GT 650 have increased by up to Rs 15,000, inclusive of BS6 hike.
The prices of Continental GT 650 commence at Rs 2.81 Lakhs up to Rs 3.02 Lakhs. As for the BS6 compliant Himalayan, its price range starts at Rs 1.87 Lakhs up to Rs 1.90 Lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi prices).
BS6 Himalayan also gets three new colours and some minor revisions to its instrument console. The updated ADV will also be available in Gravel Grey, Rock Red and Lake Blue colours. Further, the Himalayan continues with the same engine but now produces 24.3 BHP and 32 Nm of peak torque (0.2 BHP less). The bike also weighs 5 kilograms more than the BS4 version.
Royal Enfield started its BS6 launches with the new generation Classic 350. The street racer sports a heavily reworked 350cc engine, new features, mild cosmetic upgrades and Fuel Injection as standard. These changes will also come on the new-gen Bullet and Thunderbird.