Royal Enfield increases prices of its bikes by INR 1500

07/02/2019 - 14:18 | ,  ,  ,  ,   | Ajinkya Lad

Royal Enfield has announced the revised prices of its range of motorcycles.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Rear Disc Brake Gunmetal
Royal Enfield has increased prices by up to 1 per cent across the Bullet, Classic, Thunderbird and Himalayan brands.

Last week, we reported about the imminent price hike of the Royal Enfield bikes. Prices have been increased by up to INR 1,500 across the 350cc, 400cc and 500cc offerings. That said, the price of the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and the Continental GT 650 remain unchanged.

While the earlier report had no clarity concerning the pricing of the Royal Enfield Himalayan, the adventure tourer too has seen a hike of INR 1,500. Although Royal Enfield hasn't revealed the exact reason for the increase in prices, it is attributed to a rise in manufacturing costs. Here's a complete lowdown on the new pricing of the Royal Enfield motorcycles.

Royal Enfield Bikes Old Prices (INR – ex-showroom) New Prices (INR – ex-showroom)
Bullet 350 Standard 1,32,511 1,33,964
Bullet 500 ABS NA 1,88,141
Classic 350 ABS 1,51,793 1,53,245
Classic 350 Gunmetal Grey ABS 1,53,629 1,55,082
Classic 350 Signals ABS 1,61,984 1,63,437
Classic 500 ABS 1,99,928 2,01,384
Classic 500 Stealth Black ABS 2,02,860 2,04,315
Classic 500 Chrome ABS 2,10,361 2,11,817
Thunderbird 350 ABS 1,54,547 1,56,000
Thunderbird 350X ABS 1,61,893 1,63,346
Thunderbird 500 ABS 2,05,189 2,06,645
Thunderbird 500X ABS 2,13,061 2,14,516
Himalayan ABS 1,78,833 1,80,289
Himalayan Sleet ABS 1,80,669 1,82,125

In November last year, Royal Enfield launched the Interceptor 650 and the Continental GT 650, priced at INR 2.49 lakh and INR 2.65 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), respectively. The RE 650 Twins clocked sales of 629 units in December 2018. Royal Enfield has witnessed a decline in its sales for the past three months. In January, the sales declined by 7 per cent, while December and November 2018 saw negative growth of 13 and 6 per cent, respectively.

Royal Enfeld Bullet 350 Rear Disc Variant
The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 will soon receive dual-channel ABS.

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Royal Enfield has been introducing dual-channel ABS on its entire range of motorcycles. The next in line to feature ABS will be the Royal Enfield Bullet 350. The company is also working towards updating its range of powertrains to comply with the BS6 norms that apply from April 2020.

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