Royal Enfield has increased prices of many of its models for 2021. The list includes the recently launched Meteor 350.
Himalayan price set to increase after upcoming update
The Bullet range has seen a minor hike
The 650 twins now cost around Rs 3,000 more
Royal Enfield’s price hike ranges from around Rs 200 to Rs 3,000, depending on the model. The Himalayan has not witnessed a price hike, and is expected to do so once the updated version is launched towards the end of the month.
Here is the entire list:
|Royal Enfield prices (as on January 11, 2021)|
|Model||Old price||New price|
|Bullet 350||Rs 1,33,261||Rs 1,33,446|
|Bullet 350 X (KS)||Rs 1,27,094||Rs 1,27,279|
|Bullet 350 X (ES)||Rs 1,42,705||Rs 1,42,890|
|Classic 350 (Dual-channel ABS)||Rs 1,69,617 - Rs 1,86,319||Rs 1,71,569 - Rs 1,88,436|
|Meteor 350||Rs 1,75,817 - Rs 1,90,510||Rs 1,78,744 - Rs 1,93,656|
|Interceptor 650||Rs 2,66,775 - Rs 2,87,787||Rs 2,69,764 - Rs 2,91,007|
|Continental GT 650||Rs 2,82,513 - Rs 3,03,544||Rs 2,85,679 - Rs 3,06,922|