Royal Enfield Himalayan And Meteor’s Prices Slashed, But There’s A Catch

Both bikes do not get Tripper navigation as standard feature anymore

We are only a month into the new financial year and Royal Enfield has already altered the pricing of two of its bikes -  the Meteor 350 and the Himalayan. The Chennai-based bikemaker has cut both the bikes’ prices by Rs 5,000.  

Unfortunately, this price cut comes at the cost of the Tripper navigation assist feature, as up until now, the adventure tourer and cruiser were offered with the feature as standard. 

For most prospects of Royal Enfield, this might not be the end of the world, as the Tripper navigation is still available as an optional accessory (only) through the firm’s Make-It-Yours (MiY) configurator.  That said, models like the new-generation Classic 350 and Scram 411 have always had it as an optional accessory.  

Royal Enfield says the decision to make Tripper navigation an optional extra, which came into effect from May 1, 2022, was taken to reduce dependency on the usage of semiconductor chips, given the ongoing global semiconductor shortage. 

Furthermore, the company has also hiked the booking amount for its motorcycles. To book any of the brand’s models via the MiY option, one will now have to shell out Rs 20,000, instead of the earlier Rs 10,000. That said, the token amount for the regular booking stays the same. 

Both the Himalayan and the Meteor 350 got a price hike recently. Potential buyers who find these Enfields too pricey should have a look at the Yezdi Roadster and Yezdi Adventure. 

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