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Now, Fork Out More For The Royal Enfield 650cc Twins!

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  • Sep 3, 2019
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The Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 have received a price hike of around Rs 6,400

We had earlier reported that Royal Enfield had plans of increasing the prices of the Interceptor 650 as well as the Continental GT 650. Staying true to its word, the Chennai-based bikemaker has officially hiked the prices of both the bikes by upto Rs 6,400 on its website. While that makes them more expensive than the KTM 390 Duke, they continue to retain their title of being the most affordable mid-displacement bikes in the country. In case you are wondering how much you’d need to fork out to get your hands on either of the bikes now, here’s the updated price list of the two bikes.

 

Interceptor 650: 

Variant 

Model 

Old price 

New price 

Difference 

Mark three, Orange Crush, Silver Spectre

Standard 

Rs 2.50 lakh

Rs 2.56 lakh

Rs 6,000

Ravishing Red, Baker Express

Custom 

Rs 2.58 lakh

Rs 2.64 lakh 

Rs 6,000

Glitter & Dust

Chrome

Rs 2.70 lakh 

Rs 2.76 lakh 

Rs 6,000

 

Continental GT 650: 

Variant

Model

Old Price

New Price 

Difference 

Ventura Blue, Black Magic

Standard

Rs 2.65 lakh

Rs 2.71 lakh

Rs 6,000

Dr. Mayhem, Ice Queen

Custom

Rs 2.73 lakh 

Rs 2.79 lakh

Rs 6,000

Mister Clean

Chrome 

Rs 2.85 lakh 

Rs 2.92 lakh 

Rs 6,400

Both bikes have been doing pretty well for themselves in terms of monthly sales ever since their launch back in November 2018. So much so that they still have a pretty lengthy waiting period. So if you’re planning on buying any one of these neo-retro bikes, we’d suggest you do so soon.

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  • Jithu | 1 month ago Is there any price drop for interceptor 650 & GT 650 bs4 models before 2020 ? 0 Reply
    Bharat | 1 month ago I was planning to buy RE 650 after they get BS 6 certification...but if RE hikes prices then will need to rethink. 0 Reply
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