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Royal Enfield Interceptor 650

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Canyon Red
Rs. 2.75 Lakh
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Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Latest Updates

For 2021, Royal Enfield has given its 650 twins a fresh set of colours and a few additional bits and bobs to spruce them up. While the changes are merely cosmetic, the asking price has shot up to Rs 2.75 lakh for the standard colour options of the Interceptor 650, which is roughly Rs 6,000 more than the 2020 model. That’s a lot of money for new shades. Thankfully, the bike remains the most affordable multi-cylinder bike that you can buy in the country and it still offers a soulful riding experience. More details on the colour updates in our story here.

Recently, a souped-up Interceptor, built by Mid Life Cycles, managed to obliterate the land speed record for a 650cc motorcycle in Australia. Here are more details on this amazing feat.

Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Price

The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is now priced from Rs 2,75,467 (ex-showroom India, barring Karnataka and Kerala) for the standard colour options (Orange Crush, Canyon Red and Ventura Blue). The custom colours (Baker Express, Downtown Drag and Sunset Strip) and the Mark Two chrome colour options now carry a sticker price of Rs 2,83,593 and Rs 2,97,134, respectively. Thus, the resulting price premium for each colour variant is Rs 5,703, Rs 5,861, and Rs 6,127.

Interceptor 650 Specifications

The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 BS6 continues to use the same 647.9cc air-cooled and fuel-injected powerplant. It delivers the same 47PS and 52Nm as its BS4 predecessor. It gets a 6-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch. The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 BS6 continues to use the same underpinnings as before. It gets a dual-cradle frame with telescopic forks and dual gas-charged shock absorbers. Braking is via a 320mm front and 240mm rear disc brake with dual-channel ABS. It gets 18-inch aluminium wheels shod with Ceat Zoom Cruze tyres.

Interceptor 650 Design

The Interceptor 650 BS6 gets a simple yet eye-catching retro design. The BS6 and BS4 Interceptor 650s look identical and Royal Enfield have even managed to neatly hide the catalytic converter underneath the motor. In fact, the only way to tell them apart is by a BS6 stamp on the BS6 motorcycle’s engine cooling fin. It continues to be available in six colours: Orange Crush, Silver Spectre, Mark 3, Ravishing Red, Baker Express, and Glitter and Dust.

Interceptor 650 Features

The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 BS6 gets basic features such as a halogen headlamp setup, bulb tail lamp and bulb turn indicators. It gets a twin-pod analogue instrument console with a digital inset. The console includes the speedometer, tachometer, with a digital fuel gauge and odometer.

Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Competitors

The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 BS6 has no direct competitors, except for its sibling: the Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 BS6. Price-wise, it competes with the KTM 390 Duke BS6.

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Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Price List in India

Interceptor 650 Canyon Red
648 cc | 25.35 kmpl
Rs. 2.75 Lakh
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Interceptor 650 Orange Crush
648 cc | 25.35 kmpl
Rs. 2.75 Lakh
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Interceptor 650 Ventura Blue
648 cc | 25.35 kmpl
Rs. 2.75 Lakh
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Interceptor 650 Baker Express
648 cc | 25.35 kmpl
Rs. 2.83 Lakh
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Editor's View of Royal Enfield Interceptor 650

  • Upside

    Most affordable multi-cylinder bike in India, Power delivery is linear and friendly but still exciting, Extremely refined.

  • Downside

    Not the most feature packed, Uncomfortable pillion ergonomics, Rear suspension is set up a bit too soft.

  • Our Verdict

    Surprisingly, the Interceptor 650 feels less like a Royal Enfield and more like a 90’s Honda -- such is the refinement level and performance on offer. The motor is a gem with loads of torque from the get go and a nice soundtrack accompanying it. Quality and fit and finish levels are quite good and the motorcycle feels built to last. This is easily the best Royal Enfield out there.

Royal Enfield Bike Dealers in Delhi

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    • WZ-1, NIRANKARI TOWER, GANESH NAGAR, OPP. METRO PILLAR NO. 535, MAIN NAJAFGARH ROAD, Delhi, 110018
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    • A-64, Ground Floor, Vikas Marg, Gurunanak pura, East , Delhi, 110092
    • amarautovikasmarg@gmail.com
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Interceptor 650 User Reviews

4.2 /5
892 reviews
  • Performance
    4.8/5
  • Comfort
    4.2/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.5/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    4.0/5
  • Mileage
    3.8/5

Preferred For : Daily Commute & Tours

44% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 5.0

    This is the bike that i'm looking for.Was thinking of going for truimp but was still looking for indian bikes.And at last it has arrived.It's a good bike, Classic looks and good for daily riders.

  • 3.8

    Great bike at this price point ! A true cult ...A pure motorcycle ... easy to live with ( no electronic gimmicks ) very torquey but not intimidating ....VFM !Pros Price n performance RE service ... pan India Decent mileage for 650 cc Smooth gear shifts Customisable !..... true game changer ...CONS Poor seat n comfort ( 50 kms .. ur a*s starts paining )Poor pillion comfort Fuel indicator is not precise Lack alloys .....tube tyres r big let down Rear tyre 18 inch .. very few after market options Exhaust design could be sleek and lighter with 150 section tyre at rear

  • 3.0

    It's mileage is very bad but it's made like a gun🔫, May i talk about its top speed, Then i would just like to say that you can shove it as much as you have the capacity, And the control is tremendous.

  • 5.0

    So far so good.I really enjoy driving my bike.Its bit heavy but still manageable.Feel free to ask any questions if you may have.

  • 4.2

    After six months of purchase most comfortable bike in this range, No vibration heating is not any issue but rusting issue in side lights and some parts

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  • 4.6

    I'm very happy about RE INT 650. This is my second bike. First I had a 2003 model Bajaj Caliber 115. So it was a good update for me personally. When heard about this bike I was not at all impressed and never had the plans for a RE. Because I was very disappointed about the bikes of RE without any update & also by other owners who disgustingly modifying the bike (just the new colour schemes only). Two engines and 6 models & one new engine for Himalayan. I like Himalayan but I didn't had plans to own that also. So I only loved to own a Triumph because of the brand's fit & finish and I've met so many owners & not even a single owner spoke an issue about the bike. I love classic bikes which won't show too vintage specs & want some electricals. But I was not able to afford a Triumph at that time and I usually saw 650 Twins in internet. So I just checked the specs and capabilities of this bike and I contacted RE for a test drive. First time I just rode this bike it was Mind-blowing. Why I enquired about this bike is, it almost look like a Triumph Street Twin. I'm a great fan of Street Twin. But 650 Twins lacks most electricals. It have a dual channel ABS as standard and that's it. The power delivery is very linear because it doesn't scare the rider. It can climb upto 120 easily without any hesitation. After that me personally can push upto 140KMPH after that I'm not able to push, because I don't get that much confidence for that. But it has very less vibrations compared to other REs. Whoever rode my bike in my friend circle said that whether this is a RE or what?!!. They were just impressed with the Twins. The stock exhaust is just lovely. I own a Ravishing Red colour. That's a cool colour. The touring capability is just awesome. I didn't felt any issues of backpain or burning ass. But I feel some wrist pain even after a short ride in city traffic. Don't know whether it's my riding problem or what. Because only my left wrist will get hurt after a ride. I'm working on that. No heating issues in city traffic. It's a 650CC engine and it heats as usual. But it won't affect our riding. My pillion is very comfortable in the Twins in the city traffic and I never toured with a pillion. I don't have much knowledge in Luggage carrying capacity, because I will tie a travel bag on my rear seat when traveling alone & I'm okay with that. Things I don't like in the Twins are I'm disappointed with the tube inside the tubeless tires. Triumph also have spoke wheels for their T100& T120 and runs tubeless. RE can do that in Twins but they won't. I won't ask for an alloy because spoke looks really perfect for the bike and it should run tubeless. I didn't go for any aftermarket accessories for my bike it's been a year I'm with my bike and rode around 9k KMS and waiting for the service centre to open (due to lockdown) for my 2nd service. Rust came at the connection of bend pipe to engine (both sides) and some rust like defects inside the left exhaust baffle. The fuel gauge is not accurate, you have to get used with the fuel meter because I think it may show the reading correctly after riding for almost 10-15 mins and that's not good for a bike pricing like this. The instrument cluster is very basic. RE could add a clock and gear shift indicator also, because RE Himalayan even have a compass so why don't 650 Twins have?? The front and back fendors looks metallic but it's of plastic. The bike wobble horribly at the speed between 80-90KMPH above & below this range it works just fine. Don't know why this happens because I took it to RE's ASC and they fixed it for me at first, but after 6k kms it again wobbles. You will feel the wobbling only when you release hands from the handle, but don't release handle bar fully. Just release a little and you can feel it & if you keep it steady it will go steady. These are the things I want to share about the bike. I hope I covered everything about the bike and it helps others planning for the bike. Even though I really really LOVE My INT 650 TWINS but have some suggestions to RE to make it bit more good. The issues I raised above can be fixed by the service centre itself and it doesn't bothers you much. I'm not a fan of Royal Enfield, but I'm with the 650 TWINS😍.

  • 4.2

    Riding my classic 350 was a great experience. I used to cruise on it and most of the times the torque, the seat the engine were all adequate. Then came the interceptor and it just took one test ride to realise what I was missing. On 27 Nov 2018 my satisfied life just turned upside down and got intercepted by the interceptor. I booked it then and there as I had no other way of achieving nirvana again. I booked the ravishing red colour but changed it to Orange crush as that was being delivered faster. I was told a waiting period of 120 days (and nights). Time was passing by I was riding my classic 350 as usual and having a jolly good time dreaming about my very own interceptor. You tube kept me sane as there were plethora of interceptor videos available to keep me occupied. On republic day I was going about my business as usual and I got a call from cruiser motors Dwarka that my interceptor is on its way and should reach by 27th Jan. I was pleasantly surprised and we decided that at 1400 hrs on 27 Jan,19 I will upgrade to interceptor. The PDI went well. After doing all the formalities I finally got the key at 1600 hrs. I rode it back happily. I was instructed to use only extra premium/ speed petrol and never to fill the tank to the brim. Keep tyre pressure as 32 in front and 36/39 in rear. Also not to ride the bike more than 75-80 for first 2000 kms ( lot of patience needed). I have been using it for daily 38 km commute to office and on weekend around city drives and a few tours of three to five days/1500-3000 kms. I have completed 9000 kms ( boy, have they been good!!). I have following observations -:Pros1. The bike is butter smooth. It has negligible vibrations.2. Engine delivers power in a smooth manner ( ps: its no KTM 390or even apache 300).3. Great road presence.4. Very relaxed engine ( due to low compression ratio of 1:9.5) 5. Absolutely no heat issues even in exteme bumper to bumper traffic. Just a warm breeze on your legs. It does misses on low speed in very extreme traffic and hot conditions due to engine heating.6. An all-rounder bike. Excellent on highways and quite manageable in city.Cons1. Rider footpegs have an ergonomic problem. ( It takes time to get used to).2. Tank feels a little thin to hold.( Solutions are available, keep reading to find out mine).3. Seat is absolutely pathetic. Even in city ride of 18 kms/ 30 mins it is uncomfortable. ( Got it modified from karol bagh. Added a little foam next to thighs, and got a pillion raise and guess what, My footpeg and tank issue went away to quite some extent. ( Now I can live with them).4. The clutch gap keeps increasing on its own. ( The clutch wire is touching the meters console and every time you turn the handle right it rubs and rolls resulting in automatic movement of clutch adjusting screw next to lever) FIX- tighten the screw to the max and adjust the clutch gap full and final from adjustment screws on the crank case.5. Two massive silencers keep geeting scratched especially the left one. Innocent auto walas especially do that.Service cost1. Got the first service done at 501 kms.2. Only oil change and basic checks and adjustments.3. Took four hours for service.4. Total cost : Rs 2675 only.5. Next service at 10000 or 1 year whichever happens earlier.Milleage. Overall 25 kmpl. Best 32 and worst 18.8 ( with normal fuel) otherwise 23 (with extra premium).

  • 4.2

    Braking. Driving position is good. Standard seat is hard for long drives.Pillion seating is not comfortable because of elevated foot pegs. Heating is little bit in high city driving conditions. Suspension is bouncy making thud noise in little bad & Very bad roads . Suspension is Very Good in highways. Interceptor is definitely not a zero vibration bike. It is creating vibration in foot peg areas , Side of the fuel tank & Minor development started in handle bar area. Fuel gauge is improper/inaccurate it shows error reading we have to manually check by opening the tank. Engine RPM some times improper in idling glides up & Down.Heating in engine is tolerable it bakes our leg. in highways also. Latest happenings in my INT 650 i had problem in T-Stem i took it to the service center they replaced with , New T-Stem , Front Struts , Front Rim , Abnormal Engine noise was prevailing in my INT 650 All 8 Engine values changed on warranty . Still excessive engine noise is in my bike & bonus whistle sound intolerable. I have again informed the RE service. They assured to sort it out. The INT 650 is still a beta product . We should go to mediation course to control our patience. But riding pleasure is good. Today On 25.09.2019 my bike crossed 7000 km. The engine noise is abnormal still waiting for RE to sort our. My rear ABS is not functioning properly 60 % ineffective. Serviced the rear brake twice . Still problem. The surprise is RE is hesitating a lot change parts in warranty. It drags the issue for weeks .Pushes the customer frequent visits to workshop. RE has to sort out , Value noise & Clattering noise in INT 650. The front suspension & T-Steam is not strong enough .I have crossed 10,000 km now the engine noise is under control , in 10,000 km service . Rear brake is adjusted & Pads changed still ok only. RE is ready to change the caliper assembly if defective. Now a days RE is providing a very good service support. Now my bike has crossed 15500 km. I have now purchased extended warranty for 5th & 6th.

  • 4.6

    The interceptor 650 is what you need for a daily commute or be it a 1000+kms touring with your biker group.It has enough mid range punch to take you all the way till 170+kmph.Not a single drop of oil leak or vibes at idle speeds.And no need for downshifts the power delivery is spread right across the rev range across the 6speed gearbox with a light slipper clutch.If you are a cruiser between 80-120 it gives you back a decent gas mileage of 28-29kmpl of you are a revholic then it bottoms to as low as 20kmpl.It's the best package with a ton of fun without a doubt.I have clocked about 14000kms with basic services at 1000 and 10000kms no major cost to date.Build quality is excellent like a tank, It takes all the bad roads, Potholes decent suspension but not a track like handler although you can mod the suspension settings for hard rebound damping for better handling.Og seats are hard so i got it changed to a gel seat with hd foam which is a plush comfortable tourer seat.It's the best twin engined 650 cc in 270 degree crank that makes a sweet exhaust note that's symphony to the ears.Silken smooth engine and reliable gearshifts.I can't help contain my words for the interceptor this is the best bike to come in the last 30yrs in india.Cheers.Gasngear.

  • 3.8

    Positives: The bike has a good retro look. The headlamps have sufficient throw when dark. The engine is eager to move and is versatile - you can ride it both in a relaxed manner as well as in a sporty manner. The ride height is comfortable and getting on and off the bike is easy. The service interval is 1 year and charges are reasonable. Fit and Finish is good. Minor Negatives: The instrument cluster is very basic - it should have had a clock and gear position indicator. The bike is heavy to move around in a parking spot. The footpegs come in way while manoeuvring the bike at low speeds or in slow moving traffic. The bike is wide with exhaust on both sides and care needs to be taken in traffic. Seat is good for short rides - not so good for long rides.Overall, it is a very balanced and well made bike. One will enjoy the ownership experience. Royal Enfield can make this bike better by bringing small upgrades such as a clock, gear shift indicator and better seats

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Interceptor 650 Colours

  • Orange Crush
  • Baker Express
  • Downtown Drag
  • Sunset Strip
  • Mark Two
  • Canyon Red
  • Ventura Blue
Interceptor 650 Colours

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Interceptor 650

Q. When will all-black interceptor 650 be launched in India?
  • Currently, Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is available in 7 different colors - Downtown Drag, Orange Crush, Canyon Red, Baker Express, Sunset Strip, Ventura Blue, Mark Two. Moreover, there is no official information available regarding the launch of proper black color so we would suggest you to stay tuned for the updates.
Q. Getting back to riding after a decade. Torn between Int650 n a bonnie. Heart says bonnie but mind is with RE despite it flaws like no tubeless etc. thinking to settle for RE and see if riding keeda continues before I upgrade to T100/1200. Street twin isn’t very retro classic for my taste I prefer two odometers. Thoughts please!?
  • The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 comes across as the most affordable multi-cylinder bike in India with linear and friendly power delivery. Surprisingly, the Interceptor 650 feels less like a Royal Enfield and more like a 90’s Honda -- such is the refinement level and performance on offer. The motor is a gem with loads of torque from the get-go and a nice soundtrack accompanying it. However, Royal Enfield could have offered alloy wheels as that will help owners in upgrading to tubeless tyres and speaking about tyres, the Interceptor could do with a better pair of shoes as the Pirelli Phantom SportComp aren’t up to the mark. While it isn’t a perfect motorcycle, the Interceptor will charm you with its easy-going nature, a wave of torque and refinement. In an increasingly digital world, it warms you with its analogue nature and rekindles the joy of motorcycling. As per your requirements, we'd suggest you to spend some time with the Interceptor and then move on to the bigger ones. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - [Royal Enfield Interceptor 650: Top 5 Mods And Accessories@https://www.zigwheels.com/news-features/news/royal-enfield-interceptor-650-top-5-mods-and-accessories/41873/
  • I am owner of RE 650 n have recently booked Bonnie street twin gold line Biking is a gradual process , cant directly buy a big bike your heart says Bonnie ( your heart is correct ) but start with interceptor as it will introduce you to the world of touring after a decade ( same was case with me ) Now after using interceptor for over 2 years upgrading myself to Bonnie !
Q. When will Royal Enfield launch factory tubeless wheels for continental GT?
  • Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 already comes equipped with tubeless tyres of Front:-100/90-18, Rear:-130/70-18. Follow the link to know more about Royal Enfield Interceptor 650.
  • Not any time soon
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Q. Is Interceptor 650 comfortable for long drive?
  • Yes the Interceptor 650 is comfortable for a long ride.Except if you ride for a long distance touring install a touring seat.Hope this helps! Happy riding!
  • The seats are too comfortable when we go with pillion rider . Front Foot peg position make little uncomfortable. For long drive singles is recommended because pillion rider thighs will get strained of elevated foot peg.
  • If you modify seat and if it has adequate foam or cushioning , bike is comfortable for longer rides
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Q. Is the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 reliable?
  • Yes, it is. Highly reliable! Just keep it well serviced.Don't compare it with the other RE models. You can feel the Quality difference between those and the 650 twins. This bike comes with a bare minimum tech and reduces the complications associated with it making your life lot easier than running around the service centers for tech related issues as that can't be fixed in your parking. Also please avoid achieving top speed targets on this bike, this bike is not meant for top speeding like the Kawasaki or the KTMs. Its a practical bike and its range would be till 140 kmph, ofcourse it goes beyond that easily, but it's not it's comfort area and you would lose the torquey nature of the engine there. Also that will affect your mileage! And in the long run as well!It is as easy as to say you take care of your 650 and the bike would take care of you as well!And this bike won't age early and will continue to last for years unlike the sports competitors that age in 3-4 years and make you urge for a new motorcycle.Technology would always get old and would need an update every now and then. But a classic would always remain a classic and would indulge you to feel the ride. Now you decide for yourself.
  • I bought this bike 2 months back. Since then I am fixing one thing or the other. It has stayed dead or in service center for half of the time. I should have bought a Honda. If you want a reliable bike Royal Enfield is the last brand you should look at. Battery Issue (charged it twice then bought a new Exide battery from company then that also died), twichy throttle response, clicking noise from rear shocker, problem with instrument cluster, turning off on high rpm. But I am happy to say this bike is the only problem in my life.
  • Reliability with interceptor 650 . Most advanced bike ever made by RE . Intensively Tested & Designed . Sturdy power packed engine at your disposal. Good refined engine , Very good Dual ABS brake , Riding position is good, Their are some convenience issue , Foot peg position , Fuel tank lid is not fixed to tank , LED lights , these minor issues will addressed by RE in upcoming days. The most unreliable in interceptor 650 is mileage 18 km - 22 km / liter (But for a 650 CC this is fine)
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Q. Is it comfortable for daily office commute of 60kms total distance? I know it would be great highway cruiser, but what about city drive ability in traffic - Interceptor 650?
  • I ride daily to office and back which is approximately 63kms. There were no 'heating' issues after the 1st service in bumper to bumper traffic. This is a 650cc air cooled twin engine and some heat is expected. I did change the stock seat to a customised seat which I dare say is near perfect for long rides. Absorbs the minor road bumps well and really soft on your behind. This is a fab bike and my take is go for it. You can customize it the way you please. If you buy Royal Enfield you've got to live with the minor issues that crop up. But these aren't deal breakers and there is always a work around. Compared to the Himalayan (I own a BS3 model) , the interceptor is a very well designed, tested and built new bike. There no vibrations whatsoever and the gear shifting is butter smooth.
  • I guess people who ask about 650 knows the displacement size of the engine and any engine of that capacity is expected to get heated when it does not get enough cooling. Considering the RE 650 being an air-oil cooled engine, it should warm up as well! But its not a microwave that can be used to cook your thighs. Surprisingly and fortunately it does not heat up that much that you would consider as "heating issue"! I don't understand why people are talking about heating issue so much. One should always understand its a mid capacity tourer and commuter motorcycle and not a low displacement commuter motorcycle such as splendour. And this bike is anyways not meant for people who are stuck for daily 3 hrs of office traffic. People should know what this bike is going to be used for and set their expectations accordingly.
  • I find it quite easy to ride the Interceptor 650 in heavy city traffic conditions as I have been commuting daily to my office and back.Except ride in half clutch only in the 1st gear when it is like bumper to bumper and please wear ankle boots.Hope this helps! Happy riding!
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Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Mileage

ARAI Claimed 33.17 kmpl
User Reported 20 kmpl

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What is the price of Royal Enfield Interceptor 650?

The ex-showroom price of Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is 2.97 Lakh. Check On Road Price of Interceptor 650. .

What is the mileage of Royal Enfield Interceptor 650?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is 33.17 kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Interceptor 650.

Does the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 have ABS?

Yes, ABS feature is available in Royal Enfield Interceptor 650. View full specification of Interceptor 650.

Which is better Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 or Royal Enfield Meteor 350?

Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Price starts at Rs. 2.75 Lakh which is Rs. 91,147 costlier than base model of Royal Enfield Meteor 350 priced at Rs. 1.84 Lakh. Compare Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 vs Royal Enfield Meteor 350 on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 in Delhi is Rs. 7,542 per month @ 6% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in Royal Enfield Interceptor 650?

Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is available in 7 colours : Orange Crush, Baker Express, Downtown Drag, Sunset Strip, Mark Two, Canyon Red and Ventura Blue. View colour images of Interceptor 650.