Royal Enfield has hikes prices again in this year across the range of its Indian line-up, which also includes the flagship bike Himalayan.
- Royal Enfield prices hikes across the range and classic 350 tops up the Rs 2 lakh mark
- The prices hike includes Bullet, Meteor, 650 twins and flagship Himalayan as well
- Himalayan gets a price of minor Rs 4,616 and now it costs Rs 2.09 lakh to Rs 2.13 lakh
Due to difficult market scenario many autos maker has been continuously increasing their prices in the Indian as well as in global line-up. Recently, Royal Enfield Classic 350 prices have been hiked and now it costs Rs 1.79 lakh for the base model which goes up to Rs 2.06 lakh ex-showroom. The Motorcycle gets a price hike of Rs 8,362 and now tops up the Rs 2 lakh mark. Other brand products also saw a hike which includes Meteor 350, 650 Twins, Bullet and flagship Himalayan. Meteor 350 now costs Rs 1.92 lakh for fireball, Rs 1.98 lakh for Stellar and Rs 2.08 lakh for Supernova variant.
The Meteor 350 gets a hike of up Rs 8,405 for the top variant Supernova and Rs 7,709 for the base variant Fireball respectively. The prices for the entry level Bullet 350 KS stand at Rs 1.58 lakh for bullet silver and onyx black, and Rs 1.65 lakh for black – hike of up to Rs 4,979. The Bullet electric start 350 is now price at Rs 1.82 lakh for jet black, regal red and royal blue with an increase of Rs 5,459. The 650 twins, Interceptor 650 gets a price from Rs 2.81 lakh and Rs 3.03 lakh as the prices are hiked up to Rs 6,486.
On the other hand, Continental GT 650 now priced from Rs 3.03 lakh for Dux Deluxe and venture storm and Rs 2.98 lakh for British racing green and rocker red; Rs 3.20 lakh for Me Clean – prices hiked up to Rs 6,809. The Flagship bike from Royal Enfield Himalayan has seen a minor cause of Rs 4,616. Now it costs Rs 2.13 lakh for granite black and pine green colour, Rs 2.05 lakh for Mirage a Silver and Gravel Grey, and Rs 2.09 lakh for lake blue and Rock red shades. The Royal Enfield planning to launch new generation of retro styled Classic 350 by the end of this month followed by Hunter 650, Cruiser 650, and other variants from 650cc platform allegedly including the Himalayan 650.