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Royal Enfield

4.1 is average rating of Royal Enfield bikes by 6054 users
Royal Enfield bikes price starts from Rs. 1.45 Lakh for Bullet 350 to Rs. 3.26 Lakh for Continental GT 650. Royal Enfield offers a total of six products which are Petrol powered two wheelers only. Royal Enfield Classic 350 is one of the top Cruiser bikes in India . The company also plans to launch several upcoming bikes such as Shotgun, Hunter 350 and Super Meteor 650. Choose a Royal Enfield bike to know all the details, including the latest price & bike offers at dealer showrooms in your city. You can also check out the specifications, images, bike mileage, user reviews from fellow Royal Enfield bike owners and unbiased reviews by our auto experts.

Royal Enfield Bikes Price (January 2022) in India

Royal Enfield Bike ModelEx-showroom Price
Royal Enfield Classic 350Rs. 1.87 - 2.18 Lakh
Royal Enfield Bullet 350Rs. 1.45 - 1.60 Lakh
Royal Enfield HimalayanRs. 2.14 - 2.22 Lakh
Royal Enfield Meteor 350Rs. 2.01 - 2.17 Lakh
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650Rs. 2.58 - 3.10 Lakh
Royal Enfield Continental GT 650Rs. 3.02 - 3.26 Lakh

About Royal Enfield

History:
From a company that started supplying bicycles under the label ‘Enfield Manufacturing Company Ltd’, in  1893, Royal Enfield rolled out its first motorcycle in 1901 with a 1.5PS engine. Today, the company stands as one of the oldest motorcycle manufacturers in the world to be in continuous production. 
The success of Madras Motors led to the company opening a plant in India which assembled the bikes shipped from Redditch. After the Redditch factory shut in 1967, Madras Motors took the reins and began exporting the 350cc Bullet to the UK and Europe. Eicher Motors later purchased Enfield India Ltd in 1994 and renamed it to Royal Enfield Motors Limited.
Over the decade, bikes like the Royal Enfield Machismo, Royal Enfield Thunderbird, Bullet Electra X were introduced. In 2008, Royal Enfield launched the Thunderbird Twinspark, which was the first bike to feature the new Unit Construction Engine with a cubic capacity of 500cc. Just a year later, the Royal Enfield Classic 500 made its debut and became an instant success.
In 2016, Royal Enfield began expanding its horizon, by introducing its first ADV -- the Himalayan. It also featured an all-new 411cc long-stroke engine with an external oil-cooler. The very next year, Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 were showcased at the EICMA before being launched in 2018.
By 2020, Royal Enfield phased out the 500cc UCE and introduced the new Meteor 350 based on the J Platform on which the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 is based. During this time, Royal Enfield Tripper, the company’s navigation pod, made its debut, and is now available with the Meteor 350, Classic 350 and the Himalayan.
Now, Royal Enfield is further evolving, and not just restricting itself to retro roadsters. The bikemaker has promised to launch a new motorcycle every quarter. The Royal Enfield Scram 411, an affordable variant of the Himalayan, seems to be the next in line. This is likely to be followed by the Royal Enfield Hunter 350. The Royal Enfield Shotgun 650 and Super Meteor 650 are two other bikes likely to debut in 2022.
 
Product Portfolio
Retro Roadster: Being one of the oldest brands in continuous production, Royal Enfield’s portfolio is dominated by roadsters. The Bullet 350 and the Classic 350 continue to charm with their old-school appeal, but with ABS and fuel-injection, also pack some modern-day amenities. And for those looking for that authentic British twin experience, the Royal Enfield Interceptor fits the bill perfectly. From the old-school styling with the generous amount of chrome to retro-themed paint jobs and a sweet-sounding parallel-twin engine, the Interceptor 650 ticks all the right boxes.
Cruiser: The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is the only cruiser bike in India on sale at the moment. It comes as a replacement to the Thunderbird 350, and is built on the same ethos. So, with the wide handlebar, forward-set footpegs, and a roomy seat, mile-munching will be a piece of cake. Furthermore, to sweeten the deal, there’s a bunch of accessories from Royal Enfield’s Make-it-Yours program. 
ADV: The Royal Enfield Himalayan is the sole ADV from the bike maker. It packs modern elements like navigation, switchable ABS and fuel-injection, but has a very retro-ish style, just as one would expect from Royal Enfield. However, the ADV has been getting pricier every few months, and in fact, in the last one year, the price has gone up by a stupendous Rs 19,000.
Cafe Racer: A brand with British roots is incomplete without a cafe racer, and for that Royal Enfield introduced the Continental GT 535 in 2015, which then received a larger, twin-cylinder engine, becoming the Continental GT 650. With low-set clip-ons, a flat seat and rear-set footpegs, the Continental GT 650 may not be everyone’s cup of tea. 
 
Greatest Hits
Royal Enfield’s Top 5 hits in the Indian market so far:
Classic 350: Breadwinner for the brand for a decade.
Bullet: The go-to bike to get Leh’d.
Himalayan: The bike that introduced the idea of affordable adventure tourer.
Thunderbird 350: The original cruiser for Indian enthusiasts.
Interceptor 650: Owning a big bike was never this easy on the pocket.
 
Future Prospects
Royal Enfield has promised to launch a new bike every quarter for the next five years. We have already seen the Hunter 350, Scram 411, Super Meteor 650 and the Shotgun 650 being tested in India. Royal Enfield could also bring a bigger adventure bike to the market, likely to be based on an all-new platform.
 

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  • Classic 350
    4.1
    246 reviews

    Wonderful bike, I ride in both city and highway as well.Very good in performance and braking also perfect even in single channel abs.Proud to be an enfielder.

    Sankar 6 days ago
  • Himalayan
    4.3
    495 reviews

    A well-built first-of-its-kind adventure tourer, an Off-roader machine that gives amazing feedback both on and off the tarmac. I did a single day 750 km ride and the motorcycle supported me all along. Some aspects that could have been better:- LEDs could have taken the game a notch higher. I was struggling for a better vision after sunset. The height of the handle can be increased a bit more as taller people like me struggle with pain in our joints. I had to switch to an aftermarket product for better comfort. Windshield quality is not up to the mark. The compass is not trustworthy. Not to forget the compromised after-sales service quality.

    Sami 2 days ago
  • Meteor 350
    4.3
    330 reviews

    Its been 4 days since got the bike delivered after waiting by almost 7 months from booking.Feels very comfortable and had good power for both cities and highways.

    Biraj 2 weeks ago
  • Interceptor 650
    4.2
    525 reviews

    It's a fabulous bike.There are niggles which can progress into issues.But if you give enough attention to your bike you can avoid most the problems and enjoy owning this machine.

    Vijay 2 days ago
  • Classic 350
    4.1
    246 reviews

    My most favourite bike- the new royal enfield classic 350 made a fine attempt at dissuading me from riding anything else, And it succeeded to a fair extent, Too.Classic 300 is the important bike of the company.Previously these bikes had vibrations because of old engine.Now royal enfield has done great job by swapping a new non vibrating engine.Which attracts people to purchase the bike.It looks very aggressive and stylish.

    Farhaan 1 month ago
  • Himalayan
    4.3
    495 reviews

    Great purchase.This bike is rugged and has huge potential.It gives me so much confidence in my skills.The seats are too soft( not good for long rides).This bike isn't very comfy for pillion but still is quite ok.Kerb weight is more and headlight isn't great but rest assured this bike is a beast and can go anywhere.

    AD 3 weeks ago
  • Meteor 350
    4.3
    330 reviews

    Earlier, I used to travel 80km daily. Probably getting 40km on the highway and 30-32 in the city area. It's a customized bike with a low seat, feel comfortable with power and taking it on long rides. Obviously, Black Fireball edition with little customization gives it an eye-catching look.

    Abhinav 3 weeks ago

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  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 weeks ago

    The GT’s sporty riding position makes it much more suitable for twisty mountain roads and even high-speed straight-line blasts. To top things off, the new twin-cylinder motor finally provides the performance and refinement that the 535 simply couldn’t. The Continental GT 650 draws power from a 648cc, air and oil-cooled parallel-twin motor that makes peak power of 47.6PS at 7100rpm and 52Nm of torque at 5200rpm. A 6-speed transmission assisted by a slip-and-assist clutch transfers power to the rear wheel via chain drive. Coming to the design and features, the Continental GT, in proper Cafe Racer fashion, gets clip-on handlebars that are slightly taller than before, single seat with a race cowl, and blacked-out spoke wheels. Read more -What Makes The New Limited Edition Royal Enfield 650 Twins Special?.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    Both the bikes are good in their forte. Classic 350's new suspension does a great job of ironing our bad roads, and it’s got enough ground clearance to go over pretty much anything our roads can throw at it. Classic 350 new engine is refined, powerful, and decently frugal. The fit and finish of the bike have improved tremendously. The Classic 350 finally gets a fuel gauge. On the other hand, good looks, healthy performance, competent underpinnings and a host of features. All for just Rs 1.92 lakh. If you’re looking for the best bang for your buck, nothing eclipses the Dominar 400 in the sub-2 lakh rupee price bracket. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read more -2021 RE Classic 350 Road Test Review.

  • Vickey
    Vickey 2 weeks ago

    Can i know on road price how much

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    In general, 10-12 percent of the overall fuel capacity is the reserved capacity of the vehicle. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 features a 13 liters fuel tank and the reserved fuel capacity would be around 1.3- 1.56 liters.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 months ago

    The Bullet 350 X Electric Start variant comes equipped with both kick and self-start. The variant is priced at Rs. 1.60 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). You may click on the following link and select your city accordingly for an estimated on-road price. Moreover, the brand has not revealed the mileage of Royal Enfield Bullet 350 as of now.

Royal Enfield Bikes Expert Reviews

Royal Enfield Bikes FAQs

Which is the cheapest Royal Enfield bikes in India?

The cheapest Royal Enfield bike in India is Bullet 350, which is priced at Rs. 1.45 Lakh.

Which are the best Royal Enfield bikes under 2 lakh?

The popular bikes offered by Royal Enfield in this segment are Royal Enfield Classic 350, Royal Enfield Bullet 350 and Royal Enfield Meteor 350

What is the price range of Royal Enfield ?

Royal Enfield bikes in India comes in the price range of Rs. 1.45 Lakh to Rs. 3.26 Lakh.

Which is the best mileage bike in Royal Enfield?

Classic 350 is the most mileage efficient model in Royal Enfield with a mileage of 42 kmpl.

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