Royal Enfield (Bullet) Bikes in India
There are total 17 Royal Enfield bike models available, classified into 6 bike series. One Royal Enfield upcoming bike - RE Continental GT 750 is waiting to hit the Indian roads; it will be the most powerful RE bike and the this Royal Enfield’s price in India will fall in the range of Rs. 3.50 to 4.00 lakh. The Royal Enfield Bullet price for its 350 cc model is the cheapest in India at Rs. 1.16 lakh in Delhi. Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 is the most expensive with an ex-showroom price of Rs. 2.58 lakh in Delhi. Also, the new range of Royal enfield colours has a wide variety ranging from glossy redditch edition colours to Pegasus matte shades.
Royal Enfield Bikes Price List in India
About Royal Enfield – The History
Royal Enfield India has an illustrious history in the sense that this company has been around since 1890. Known initially as Enfield Cycle Co., this company used to manufacture cycles, motorcycles, stationary engines and lawnmowers. This British company closed its business in 1971. However, this company had started the sale of Royal Enfield motorcycles in India in 1949. The Eicher Group took over the company in 1994. In 1995, India acquired the right to use the brand name.
Having its production unit in Chennai, the Royal Enfield can claim the right to be the oldest and the most prestigious of motorcycle brands in India and the world as well. The Royal Enfield images itself as a reputed brand and had been the vehicle for the armed forces and the police. Hence, you can see the Police Department and the Indian Army having a large contingent of Royal Enfield motorcycles in their arsenal.
Royal Enfield – The King of the Roads
These bikes have a unique appeal. People have a nostalgic opinion about these bikes. The motorcycle symbolises power. Therefore, when you hear the reverberating sound of the Royal Enfield on the roads, heads turn to have a view. It gives a tremendous feeling to the rider. These bikes come equipped with engine capacity in the range of 350 cc and above. Hence, speed is a foregone conclusion. The Royal Enfield bikes can effortlessly cruise on the highways at speeds more than 100 kmph with a terrific sense of balance. At the same time, these bikes can traverse the uneven roads in the Indian villages as well.
Yes, one has to admit that the Royal Enfield price is high as compared to the other bikes available in the market. However, no bike in India can compete on an even level with the Royal Enfield on the performance factor. Therefore, these bikes have a high demand. People are ready to wait for months after booking these bikes. The Royal Enfield bikes have a lot of advantages, but they have a significant drawback as well. The Royal Enfield mileage is low when you compare it with other bikes. However, that does not diminish their popularity in any way. It is indeed the ‘King of the Roads.’
Royal Enfield – The Market Scene
Royal Enfield has its primary market in India. Countries like Australia, Europe, the USA and South Africa are other leading markets for the Royal Enfield. These bikes are India’s counter to the leading bike manufacturers such as Harley Davidson and others. Some of the latest upcoming models, like the Continental GT 650 and 750, and the Interceptor 650 are due for launch in the Indian market in the coming months. These are high-end motorcycles that the Indian bike enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for to hit the Indian roads.
Royal Enfield Bike Photos
The strength of a Royal Enfield bike is its engine. The other unique highlights of all the Royal Enfield bikes are the round headlights and rear-view mirrors. Some of the latest models come with LED lamps with position light guides. Almost all the models have a long wheelbase and bigger tyres, thereby increasing the stability factor. One can easily refer to the Royal Enfield as ‘The Mean Machine.’ The following list will take you through the Royal Enfield bike images for your reference.
Royal Enfield Bullet
Royal Enfield Classic
Royal Enfield Thunderbird
Royal Enfield Continental GT
Royal Enfield InterceptorRoyal Enfield Himalayan
Royal Enfield Bikes - FAQs
1. Which is the best Royal Enfield bike?
Each model of Royal Enfield is special in its way. A true Royal Enfield bike owner does not have any personal favourites.
2. Which Royal Enfield bike gives the best mileage?
The Royal Enfield Bullet Classic 350 is the best RE bike as far as mileage is concerned. This classic bike delivers a performance of 37 kmpl. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 price in India is also very competitive and starts at just INR 1.39 lakh.
3. Why are the Royal Enfield bikes referred to as the Bullet?
Bullet is the brand name of the bike produced by Enfield in India. In 1994, Eicher acquired Enfield and bought the right to use the name Royal Enfield for the Bullet bikes made in India.
4. Which Royal Enfield bike is the best for long drives?
Of all Royal Enfield bikes, the Royal Enfield Himalayan and the Royal Enfield Thunderbird are the best suited for long drives. These bikes are rugged and capable of withstanding the rough road conditions.
5. Which fuel is used in the Royal Enfield bikes?
All RE models use unleaded petrol as fuel. The Royal Enfield bikes have a low compression ratio. Your Royal Enfield is a precious possession. Hence, it is advisable to use fuel from the same company at all times. It enhances the performance.
6. How many gears does the Royal Enfield Bullet bike have?
The Royal Enfield bike models work on a five-speed manual transmission system. The gear shift pattern is one gear down and four gears up.
7. How do you shift gears in an old bullet?
Hold the clutch while the motorcycle is moving and press the Neutral Finder with your heel. The Royal Enfield will move into the neutral gear. Now, you can release the clutch. When you are ready to move again, hold the clutch and shift into the first gear. Release the clutch and be ready to move.
8. What is the general price range of RE bikes in India?
Royal Enfield price list ranges from Rs. 1.16 lakh for the Bullet to INR 2.58 lakh for RE Continental GT 650, which is currently the most expensive RE bike in India.
Latest Royal Enfield Updates
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Royal Enfield recalls Bullet 350 and Bullet 500 Series
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Next-Gen Royal Enfield Classic spied undisguised again
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