Royal Enfield introduces special rewards offer

    Offers include complimentary extended warranty, genuine accessories and apparel; valid on Royal Enfield motorcycles bought until May 31.

    Published On May 14, 2020 04:49:00 PM


    • Rewards on all motorcycles bought until May 31
    • Complimentary extended warranty, genuine apparel and accessories
    • Offer amount capped at Rs 10,000

    Royal Enfield has introduced a special rewards offer on all motorcycles bought until May 31. The rewards, amounting to Rs 10,000, include complimentary extended warranty, genuine Royal Enfield accessories and official apparel. The catch, however, is that the buyer will have to pay the full on-road price for the motorcycle before May 31. This is irrespective of whether the motorcycle is delivered before or after that day.

    Royal Enfield has also stated that extended warranty is a compulsory part of the offer. This means, if the cost of the extended warranty is Rs 5,000, the rest of the amount (out of the Rs 10,000) is what the customer will get to use for accessories and merchandise.

    Customers will have to bear in mind that they can only choose from accessories that are present at Royal Enfield Enfield dealerships and not online. Also, the Rs 10,000 reward offer cannot be cashed or turned into a discount on the on-road price.

    In case a customer wishes to purchase more accessories, over and above the offer limit, Royal Enfield has announced a 20 percent discount on all items.

    The offer has been rolled out in order to push sales as 120 RE dealerships across the country have resumed operations post partial relaxation of the lockdown.

    Also see:

    Royal Enfield resumes operations at Oragadam factory

    The legacy of the Royal Enfield 500 in India

    Royal Enfield Bikes

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