Royal Enfield motorcycles witness major price hike

    Prices for Royal Enfield’s Bullet, Classic and Meteor models have increased significantly.

    Published On Apr 06, 2021 02:30:00 PM

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    Royal Enfield motorcycles witness major price hike

    Royal Enfield has increased prices of many of its models this month. The list includes the Meteor 350.

    • Significant price hike across all models

    • 650cc models were updated with new colour options

    • Most affordable model now costs 1.34 lakh

    Prices for motorcycles are on the rise. Royal Enfield’s bikes witnessed a minor hike of around Rs 3,000 in January 2021. In April, prices for these models have gone up significantly. The company’s most affordable model, the Bullet 350, has gone up by Rs 7,000-13,000, depending on the variant.

    The company’s popular Classic 350, meanwhile, now costs around Rs 10,000 more than it did a few months ago. As for the company’s new Meteor 350, it’ll set you back by an additional Rs 6,000.

    Royal Enfield recently updated the Interceptor 650, Continental GT 650 and the Himalayan for 2021. Those updates already brought a price hike. Find the complete price list of the other models below.

    Royal Enfield price list (ex-showroom Delhi)
    ModelOld price (as on January 11, 2021)New price (as on April 6, 2021)
    Bullet 350Rs 1,33,446Rs 1,40,828
    Bullet 350 X KSRs 1,27,279Rs 1,34,347
    Bullet 350 X ESRs 1,42,890Rs 1,55,480
    Classic 350 (Dual-channel ABS)Rs 1,71,569-1,88,436Rs 1,80,880-1,98,600
    Meteor 350Rs 1,78,744-1,93,656Rs 1,84,319-1,99,679

    Also see:

    2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan review, test ride

     

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