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Top Upcoming Royal Enfield bikes in 2018

Top Upcoming Royal Enfield bikes in 2018

Snapshot: The company is looking forward to launching new bikes somewhere around the third quarter of 2018, near festive season.

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The retro bike making company, Royal Enfield is all set to introduce new bikes for 2018. As per speculations, the company is looking forward to launching new bikes somewhere around the third quarter of this year, near festive season. Royal Enfield has already showcased two new big bikes for 2018 including the Interceptor 650 and Café Racer 650. Both the bikes will mark the entry of the company in the big segment that is currently ruled by Harley-Davidson and Triumph Motorcycles. Apart from that, the company will also introduce other bikes about which you can read in the article below.  

1.Royal Enfield Continental GT 650

·         Price: Rs 3.8 lakh to Rs 4.2 lakh

·         Launch: September to November 2018

·         Engine: 649 cc 4 stroke,  Air-Oil cooled, Parallel Twin

·         Power: 47 bhp 

·         Torque: 52 Nm 

Royal Enfield has come up with the new 650cc twin-cylinder engine that is planned to be utilized in three different models including the Continental GT 650, Interceptor 650 and the Himalayan 650.

As per recent reports, the company has also focused on improving the built quality on the new bikes and new 650 twins will be the best ever motorcycles manufactured by Royal Enfield, not only in terms of engine and specification but also in terms ride quality and built. When launched it will lock horns with the famous Harley-Davidson Street 750.  

 

2.Royal Enfield Interceptor 650

·         Price: Rs 3.9 lakh to 4.4 lakh

·         Launch: September to November 2018

·         Engine: 649 cc 4 stroke, Single Overhead Cam, Air-Oil cooled, Parallel Twin

·         Power: 47 bhp

·         Torque: 52 Nm 

Apart from the new Continental GT 650, the other launch planned by Royal Enfield is the new Interceptor 650. Both the bikes were displayed a few months back internationally and are set to be launched this year, not just in India but across the world. Both of these bikes will share the newly developed 650cc twin-cylinder engine but will serve different category of motorcyclists.  Also, the company will price both the bikes in a range of around Rs 4 lakh, so as to compete fiercely against all of its competition.   

 

3.New Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 350

·         Price: Rs 1.1 lakh to 1.2 lakh

·         Launch: March to May 2018

·         Engine: 346cc 4 stroke, Single Overhead Cam, Air-Oil cooled, Single-cylinder

·         Power: 23 bhp

·         Torque: 30 Nm

 

The Royal Enfield Bullet Electra was taken off the shelves from the Indian motorcycle market back in 2017, but now the company is planning on reintroducing the same in an all-new avatar for 2018.

Electra is one of the bikes which is most famous in the Indian rural areas and the bike is responsible for boosting the Royal Enfield sale figures by a good margin. Hence, it is perhaps a good choice for the company to relaunch the bike which has such a huge fan following.

 

4.Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X

·         Price: Rs 1.6 lakh to 1.9 lakh

·         Launch: March to May 2018

·         Engine: 346cc 4 stroke, Air-Oil cooled, Single-cylinder

·         Power: 20 bhp

·         Torque: 28 Nm

Out of all the new upcoming Royal Enfield bikes, the Thunderbird 350X is one of the most highly awaited motorcycles. It was shot along its bigger sibling at one of the company’s dealerships. Talking about the differences from the standard Thunderbird 350, it is basically the same bike but with slight design and color updates such as new multi-spoke alloys, different paint, different seats, pillion backrest and more. On the mechanical part, it’s the same bike. Expect a price tag of somewhere around Rs 1.6 lakh to Rs 1.9 lakh on the same.

 

5.Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500X

·         Price: Rs 1.9 lakh to 2.1 lakh

·         Launch: March to May 2018

·         Engine: 499 cc 4 stroke, Air-Oil cooled, Single-cylinder

·         Power: 28 bhp

·         Torque: 41.3 Nm

The other bike spotted at the dealership along with the Thunderbird 350X is the Thunderbird 500X which like the former takes a step aside from the classic looks into a slightly sporty design. Like its smaller sibling, it is offered with the new paint scheme, blacked out engine, exhaust, different seat and handlebar. But on the mechanical part, it remains powered by the same 499cc single-cylinder engine as before. 

6.Royal Enfield Himalayan 650

·         Price: Rs 4.2 lakh to 4.4 lakh

·         Launch: December 2018 to March 2019

·         Engine: 649 cc 4 stroke, Single Overhead Cam, Air-Oil cooled, Parallel Twin

·         Power: 47.65 PS 

·         Torque: 52 Nm 

The third motorcycle which is expected to get powered by the newly developed 650cc twin engine is the Himalayan 650. Chances are that the bike might be launched in the Indian market by the end of 2018, or towards the 2019 start. It will be the second bike in the Himalayan range from Royal Enfield and will be slightly costlier than other two twins.

Disclaimer: The details written in the articles are subjected to unforeseen changes. 

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