|Engine Displ. :||346 cc|
|Power :||20.07PS @ 5250 rpm|
|Mileage :||40 Kmpl|
|No Of Gears :||5 Speed|
|Fuel System :||UCAL, BS29|
|Head Lamp :||Projection Type Headlamp, H7 55 / 55 W|
|Wheels Type :||Spoke|
|Tubeless Tyres :||Y|
|Standard Warranty (Years) :||Y|
March 31, 2017:
Royal Enfield dealers are not offering any discounts as the bikes have been already updated to BS-IV emission norms but do check with local dealers if they have any old stock pending for sale.
The new Thunderbird comes with all the bells and whistles one could possibly ask from Royal Enfield. The shapely 20-litre fuel tank, the information-loaded twin pod cluster, the mini ape-hanger handlebar- not only look cool, but are also purposeful. Another useful feature is the hazard lamp function. The bike also comes with both front and rear discs as standard. When it comes to value for money and features, the Thunderbird is hard to beat.
Features, Laidback riding stance, Handling, Silent exhaust note
Weight makes the engine feel lethargic, No ABS, Suspension on the firmer side
The Thunderbird ticks all the boxes for a budget-conscious person looking to buy a cool-looking but practical highway cruiser. It’s all the Thunderbird 500 is, minus the bigger engine and fuel injection.