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  • Q. I want to know exact mileage of Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, Is it 15 to 20 Or 25 to 26?
    Uppiliappan
    Uppiliappan | 4 months ago

    In town 22- 24 KMPL , Highways till 100 KM/HR 29 KMPL. - 32 KMPL . Quick acceleration, short bursts, Frequent braking, within town then 16 - 18 KMPL.Highways till 120 KM/HR 22 KMPL. - 24 KMPL

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  • Q. Being a college student and long riding for 1-2 times a month,Should I huy interceptor 650? Considering mileage and maintenance costs?
    Deepam
    Deepam | 2 months ago

    Int650 is very good bike. You would certainly enjoy. Also consider that a 650 cc bike is available at this price point. Awesome.You will get fuel economy of about 26 - 32 depends on city / highway ride & your riding style.Now you need to take a call whether you want to consider this as reasonable or no.Bike is certainly worth it & exciting too.

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  • Q. I booked Interceptor 650 BS6 recently. I am 5feet 11 inches is it suitable for me, I got tempted with 4 reasons, no vibration, every 10k kilometres service, totally iron body and superb race machine with retro attire. Suggest me I have to go for it any other options in that price bracket?
    Uppiliappan
    Uppiliappan | 6 months ago

    You have a perfect height to handle INT 650. Then mileage around 27 KMPL & 210 Kg weight should not bother you. Plus front suspension & Rear ABS area below average. The best part is powerful engine mounted in a average built quality bike. Look wise great retro look. One thing you will forget all flaws when you ride it. May be in BS 6 all these issue should have been addressed by RE. No bike available in that price bracket. Most important it is not a zero vibration bike. You can feel vibration in side tank , Foot pegs.

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