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Buying Into The Royal Enfield Brand Just Got More Expensive


Just days into 2021, the Chennai manufacturer has already increased prices across its entire range

 

You thought 2020 was bad? We’re a week into 2021 with no resolution to the farmer protest in Delhi, protestors inside the Capitol building, and in the world of two-wheelers, it’s price hikes galore. We’ve already seen increments from Hero, Honda and KTM, and now it’s Royal Enfield who’s hiking prices, starting right from its most affordable model, the Bullet 350. The iconic motorcycle is available in two variants: kick start and electric start, and both have just become dearer. Oddly, ex-showroom prices for this model aren’t available on Royal Enfield’s website, so we’ll have to compare on-road prices.

Model

Old Price (INR)

New Price (INR)

Increase (INR)

Bullet 350 KS

1,45,977 - 1,52,702

1,46,624 - 1,53,341

639 - 697

Bullet 350 ES

1,63,002

1,63,626

624

Himalayan

2,25,147 - 2,30,155

2,25,692 - 2,30,691

536 - 545

In addition to the mighty Bullet, the venerable Himalayan adventure tourer has also seen a price hike. Fortunately, the magnitude of these price hikes is quite small even on the on-road price, meaning that the increase in ex-showroom prices will be smaller still. Unfortunately, other RE models like the popular Meteor 350 have seen a much larger price hike, but it’s still more affordable than the Honda H’ness CB350 which recently saw a price hike of its own. We suspect there will be another price hike headed the Himalayan's way pretty soon, because the bike was recently spotted testing with Royal Enfield's Tripper navigation pod.

*all prices on-road Delhi

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