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  • Q. Which bike should I go for, Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500 or 500X

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    Sahil
    Sahil | 1 month ago

    It's too good bike for touring or for occasional riding and for us mileage is good for 500cc 32kmpl and in dis the great thing is royal Enfield suit power exhaust only not only silent vibration

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    Capt
    Capt | 6 months ago

    Several sites will provide you comparison charts of one against the other. both have SAME engine. BUT ,TBX has 1. tubeless tyres.2. alloy wheels3. ABS4. straightened handle bar 5. fresh look with the two tone colours ( if you are a chrome lover then tb is your pick) as TBX exhaust has no chrome. it's black. choice is yours. Happy riding.

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    Krish
    Krish | 1 month ago

    If u r ready for a good maintainace cost go for it Only riding a 500cc bike in city wont be a good choice the mileage comes down to 22kmpl. Choose wisely

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    M
    M | 4 months ago

    Depends what you like, X is new generation bike with less vibration compared to other 500's available. But few prefer Thunderbird for its looks and style. Even classic 500 or standard 500 as per individual liking

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    Rafik
    Rafik | 9 months ago

    I am 5.8 and find the seating and handle position very comfortable. I don't you will have any issues. Use boots or wildkraft ankle shoes and ride.

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    Koustav
    Koustav | 5 months ago

    Go for X only because of tubeless tyre rest all same and there is difference in butterfly and straight handle

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    Shadab
    Shadab | 1 month ago

    Go for the new one

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    Kumar
    Kumar | 2 months ago

    Thunderbird 500X

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    Jagan
    Jagan | 4 months ago

    TB 500X is updated version. Now U won't get TB 500.But wait for BSVI which is coming soon.

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    Basudev
    Basudev | 1 month ago

    500

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