Royal Enfield has increased prices of its entire line-up in India.
The Bullet 350 now starts at Rs 1.39 lakh
No mechanical or cosmetic changes
Himalayan price hiked by around Rs 4,500
Royal Enfield has not only increased the price of its popular Classic 350, but all of its other offerings as well. This is the third price revision for the line-up this year, with the last one being only a few months ago in April 2021. The last price hike was a significant one as prices increased by up to Rs 10,000. The latest price hike ranges from Rs 4,500 to around Rs 8,000.
Although the latest price hike isn’t as large it is still quite substantial. The Himalayan wasn’t part of the price increase before but has seen an increase of around Rs 4,500 this time around. There aren’t any cosmetic or mechanical changes to the bikes. That being said, the Classic 350 is on the verge of being updated with the 349cc, single-cylinder J-platform engine that debuted on the Meteor 350 last year. One can expect this update to increase the cost even more.
Find the complete price list of the models below.
|Model||Old price||New price|
|Bullet 350||Rs 1.34-1.55 lakh||Rs 1.39-1.60 lakh|
|Meteor 350||Rs 1.84-2.00 lakh||Rs 1.92-2.08 lakh|
|Himalayan||Rs 2.01-2.09 lakh||Rs 2.06-2.13 lakh|
|Interceptor 650||Rs 2.75-2.97 lakh||Rs 2.81-3.04 lakh|
|Continental GT 650||Rs 2.92-3.13 lakh||Rs 2.98-3.20 lakh|
All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi.
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