Royal Enfield India announces price hikes for its 350 cc and 650 cc products
Royal Enfield has announced price hikes on its popular 350cc and 650 cc motorcycles. The new RE Classic 350, Meteor 350, Continental GT 650 and Interceptor 650 have now become more expensive. The extent of hike varies across variants and models.
Both the Classic 350 and Meteor 350 get hikes of up to Rs 3,300 across variants. This is the first time that the all new Classic 350 gets an upward revision in price. Launched in September 2021, the new Classic 350 is currently in great demand pan India. With the new prices in place, Classic 350 now starts at Rs 1.87 lakh ex-showroom, for the base-spec Redditch variant.
The prices of Meteor 350 had increased in September 2021, and with the new year hike, the motorcycle now starts at Rs 2.01 lakh.'
The interceptor 650 prices have gone up by up to Rs. 4000, translating to an ex-showroom price of Rs 2.85 lakh. Continental GT prices, on the other hand, spiked to Rs. 3.02 Lakh in price after a steady Rs. 5000 hike. Despite the revision in prices, no mechanical or cosmetic changes have been made to any of these motorcycles. Also interesting is the fact that the Himalayan has evaded the hike this time.