Waiting Period for RE Meteor 350 is Going up to 3 Months in Certain Cities!

Waiting period for the new Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is ranging between 45 days to up to 3 months, depending on city you are ordering it in. There is however a possibility for the waiting periods to go down if Royal Enfield manages to scale up the production.

Royal Enfield launched the new Meteor 350 earlier this month and as was expected, the motorcycle has created a huge buzz in the two-wheeler market. Prices for the new Meteor 350 range from Rs 1.75 lakh for the base Fireball variant and go up to Rs 1.90 lakh for the top-spec Stellar variant. The new Meteor 350 debuts on a brand new platform with a brand new 350cc engine and naturally, the demand in quite high already. The waiting period for the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is also going up by as the order books and gradually filling up. Here’s how much you will have to wait for your new Meteor 350, depending on which city you are looking to buy it in.

Waiting Periods for the new RE Meteor 350 is going up to 3 months in certain cities.
Waiting Periods for the new RE Meteor 350 is going up to 3 months in certain cities.

Mumbai

Waiting periods for the Meteor 350 is one of the shortest in the financial capital of India but it is still not so short by any means. You could have to wait for up to 45 days for the delivery of your RE Meteor 350 in Mumbai.

Delhi and Pune

The waiting periods keep on rising from here. If you are ordering the Meteor 350 in Delhi-NCR region, the waiting period is ranging between 45 to 60 days. For Pune, the delivery of the motorcycle will take up to 60 days. In essence, two months is the average time you will have to wait for your motorcycle anyway.

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Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru & Hyderabad

It gets worse if you are residing in the Southern part of the country or in Kolkata. Waiting period in South Indian cities of Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad and also in Kolkata is going up to 90 days. That means you will only get your motorcycle by February or March of 2021.

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There is however some hope for the waiting periods to go down if Royal Enfield manages to scale up the production. When RE launched the 650 twins about two years ago, those motorcycles too saw a considerable waiting period before eventually being a little more accessible. Also, just so you know, the Classic 30 had a waiting period of up to 9 months in certain cities even a few years ago. RE certainly has come a long way from that.