Yes, Dual Channel ABS is available on Royal Enfield Interceptor 650.
|Cooling System :||Air & Oil Cooled|
|Low Battery Indicator :||Yes|
|Seat Type :||Single|
|Body Type :||Cafe Racer Bikes|
|Passenger Footrest :||Yes|
|Self Start :||Yes|
|ABS :||Dual Channel|
|Pass Switch :||Yes|
|Trip Meter :||Digital|
|Starting :||Self Start Only|
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I have been riding this bike for the past 16 months. Every time I hop up it puts a smile on my face. It's pure riding pleasure. Pros: 1:- The design is fantastic, It sets you apart from the crowd. 2:- Rides very well on the highway, and the power output is linear and good. 3:- Maintenance cost is quite low compared to other bikes if this segment. 4:- A lot of customization options are available. 5:- A good mileage (I get around 25kmpl in the city and around 31kmpl on the highway). Cons: 1:- It can be prone to rust, especially near the exhausts, you have to take care of that and address them at the earliest. 2:- Stick seat is very uncomfortable, upgrade it at the earliest (I upgraded to a continental gt tourer seat, It looks and is comfortable for my bottoms on long rides). 3:- Pillion comfort is terrible. 4:- It comes with tubeless tires, which can be a headache if the tire puncturesoverall the bike has its shortcomings but they can easily be taken care of with customization and it will still be a better deal than other bikes in this segment.
Good vehicle for eva and good in ride power is superb
Good pickup.I get almost a good mileage with 650 cc engine.
Another cracking bike from enfield.Easy to ride and sounds even better with after market exhaust.Only complaint is the seat.Painful after an hour.New seat required.
Superb.Could do with a bit of stiffer suspension setup and more effective braking power.No instant fuel economy, No gear indicator.According to re the rider best concentrate on the ride.They are right, With the poor braking!.