The price premium is the same for all colour models
Royal Enfield has revised the pricing of all of its models. While the Classic, Bullet and Himalayan received their second price hikes since being updated to BS6, the prices of the flagship Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 haven’t gone up until now. The 650 twins now cost around Rs 10,000-11,000 more than their BS4 variants. Here are the updated prices:
While the asking price of the bikes has gone up, the Interceptor 650 still remains the most affordable twin-cylinder bike that you can buy in India. No other 650cc bike comes close to matching it when it comes to the value for money quotient. The 648cc parallel-twin delivers a soulful riding experience with dollops of torque at your disposal.
The Interceptor 650 has been the more popular one of the two 650 twins, raking in healthy sales figures for RE since its launch. Its upright ergonomics and comfy stance are just what the Bulleteers desired for a long time. That said, the Continental GT 650 is the sharper, more focused and more stylish twin. The silhouette hasn’t changed much from the old 535, but it now looks cooler thanks to the lighter shades. Also Read: Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Specifications: More Details Leaked
These price revisions have come in just weeks prior to the launch of the new Meteor 350. Stay tuned to BikeDekho.com for more news on the upcoming RE bike.