Royal Enfield is the latest to join the list of automakers to announce a price increase for 2021. The latest price correction includes almost all the models from the Chennai-based two-wheeler maker including the newly launched Meteor 350 motorcycle. Thankfully the quantum of price increase isn’t very significant and ranges from ₹200 to ₹3,000.
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The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 and the Bullet 350X have received a measly ₹185 of the price increment. The next on the list is the Classic 350 which has turned dearer by ₹2,117 – ₹2,290. The new Meteor 350 has received a slightly higher price increment in the range of ₹2,927 – ₹3,146 and thus now costs ₹178,744- ₹193,656 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Find below the new price list of Royal Enfield bikes:
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 – ₹133,446
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 X- ₹127,279 – ₹142,890
Royal Enfield Classic 350 – ₹171,569 – ₹188,436
Royal Enfield Meteor 350 – ₹178,744 – ₹193,656
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 – ₹269,764 – ₹291,007
Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 – ₹285,679 – ₹306,922
(Also Read: Royal Enfield Classic 350 vs Honda H’Ness CB350: New prices comparison)
What’s interesting to note is that Himalayan has been kept away from the price hike wave, most likely as the bike is due for an update soon. The new Himalayan was also seen getting tested on the public roads recently. The spy images also revealed that the bike will receive new color pattern and more importantly a tripper turn-by-turn navigation system. (More details here)