Royal Enfield bikes become expensive in India know how much the prices increased
Royal Enfield Classic 350 New Version Bikes were Launched. Know the New Prices of the Motorcycles
The Classic 350 was launched in September last year. At that time its initial price was kept at Rs 1.84 lakh. Later, the bike got a price hike which increased the starting price of this bike to Rs 1.87 lakh. And now with the latest price hike, the entry-level Redditch version has an initial ex-showroom price of Rs 1.90 lakh. Whereas the top-of-the-line variant now costs Rs 2.21 lakh, which has become costlier by around Rs 6,000. The higher-spec 650 Twins - the Interceptor 650 (Interceptor 650) and the Continental GT 650 (Continental GT 650) - have both become a bit expensive. In the latest price hike, the prices of the entry-level variant have gone up by just Rs 3,000. However, the Haier variants have now become costlier by up to Rs 5,000. Due to the new price hike, the price of Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 (Royal Enfield Interceptor 650) has now gone up from Rs 2.88 lakh to Rs 3.15 lakh. While the price of Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 (Royal Enfield Continental GT 650) has gone up from Rs 3.06 lakh to Rs 3.32 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom Delhi. Apart from increasing the prices, no other changes have been made on the bike. However, the company has not officially given any reason for increasing the latest prices. But this is likely to be offset by higher input costs and semiconductor shortages, which, in turn, have significantly impacted input costs as well. Recently, the company has also changed the features of Meteor 350 and Himlayan bikes. The Tripper Navigation Pod is now available only as an option accessory on these bikes, which was earlier standard. Due to this the prices of these bikes have also been cut. The price of both the Meteor 350 and the Himalayan has been slashed by Rs 5,000 due to the removal of tripper navigation as a standard feature.