Thankfully, the prices of most bikes have remained more or less the same this month
If you’re planning to buy a Royal Enfield bike this month, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got our hands on the latest price list of all the Royal Enfield models for this month. Take a look at the ex-showroom and on-road Delhi prices of the bikes:
As you can see, the on-road prices of the Bullet 350 range have gone down marginally. While it is not much, every penny counts, especially when it comes to buying the most affordable Royal Enfield bike in the country. On the other hand, the dual-channel variant of the Classic 350 witnesses a major hike, particularly the more affordable colour options: Classic Black, Pure Black, and Mercury Silver. At this rate, the Classic 350 isn’t really worth the price, considering the kind of features it offers. You might as well spend a bit more and get the Fireball variant of the Royal Enfield Meteor 350, which, by the way, has been spared from the hikes. It may not have the nostalgic looks as the Classic but it’s loaded with features such as turn-by-turn navigation, highway-friendly ergonomics, tubeless tyres, and more importantly, a refined motor.
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