Royal Enfield has revealed the complete price list for the official accessories of both, the Interceptor 650 and the Continental GT 650. Like the motorcycles themselves, the prices are very competitive and range between Rs 600 (handlebar brace pad) and go up to Rs 6,000 (soft pannier pair). The prices include the labour cost for fitting the parts.
For reference of what these accessories might look like, here is a spy image of Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 testing a few months ago with a number of accessories installed. The Continental GT 650 seen in the image is equipped with the short flyscreen (Rs 1,500), large engine guard in black (Rs 2,900), fork gaiter kit (Rs 850) and pannier mounting kit (Rs 1,600). Royal Enfield is also offering other accessories for the Continental GT 650, like a single-seat cowl in multiple colours (Rs 2,500), a single seat (Rs 3,200), heel guards coloured in black (Rs 1,200) and compact engine guards (Rs 2,600 for it in black and Rs 2,900 for it finished in chrome).
There is also a taller flyscreen available, priced at Rs 1,700. An aluminium sump-guard will cost Rs 1,850, while a set of soft panniers will set you back by Rs 6,000. Meanwhile, a single soft pannier (right-hand side) will cost Rs 4,000. Royal Enfield is also offering some of its components like the oil-filler cap (Rs 775), brake-reservoir cap (Rs 675) and bar ends (Rs 1,100) in a machined finish.
Soft panniers for the Royal Enfield 650 twins.
Most of the accessories and the costs remain universal across the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. Like the Continental GT, the Interceptor 650 can also be installed with a large engine guard, compact engine guard, either short or tall flyscreen, aluminium sump-guard, fork gaiters, panniers and pannier mounts and a handlebar brace pad. The only different accessory on the Interceptor 650 is the heel guard. It is shaped and priced differently (Rs 800) and available only for the right-hand side. Water-resistant bike covers are available for both models at Rs 900. For more details and images of the accessories, you can head here.
Royal Enfield has also launched new riding gear which will be available at RE dealerships, the RE online gear store, Myntra, Flipkart and Amazon. The new riding gear includes four new jackets, a new pair of riding pants, a helmet and short-cuff motorcycle gloves.
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