Royal Enfield (RE) has raised the prices of some of its popular bikes, including the Bullet 350 and Classic 350. This month's pricing increases also include the RE Continental GT 650 and Interceptor 650. The Royal Enfield Bullet 350's standard model costs Rs 1,47,999, while the starting variant costs Rs 1,54,674.
Royal Enfield Bullet 350
Following the price increase, the standard model of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 costs Rs 1,47,999, while the kickstart variant costs Rs 1,54,674. The revised pricing of the RE Bullet 350 electric start model is Rs 1,63,338. Prices are all ex-showroom.
The RE Bullet 350 is powered by a 346cc air-cooled fuel-injected engine that develops 19.1 hp@5,250 rpm and 28 Nm@4,000 rpm. There is a 5-speed constant mesh transmission available.
The Royal Enfield Classic 350, which was launched at Rs 1.84 lakh, had previously undergone a price increase and was now available for Rs 1.87 lakh (both prices are ex-showroom).
This is the second price increase for the Classic 350, which now costs Rs 1.90 lakh (ex-showroom). The top-spec model is now Rs 6,000 more expensive, costing Rs 2.21 lakh (ex-showroom).
Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 and Interceptor 650
The pricing of its 650cc twins, the Continental GT 650 and Interceptor 650, have also been raised. Both bikes are now priced between Rs 3,000 and Rs 5,000. The Interceptor 650 now has a price range of Rs 2.88 lakh to Rs 3.15 lakh (ex-showroom), while the Continental GT 650 now has a pricing range of Rs 3.06 lakh to Rs 3.32 lakh (ex-showroom).
The cause for the price increase has not been disclosed by Royal Enfield, nevertheless, we may presume it to be due to a continuing semiconductor scarcity and growing input prices. The Tripper navigation pod was recently withdrawn from the standard fitments for the Himalayan and Meteor and is now available as an optional equipment.
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