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BS6 Royal Enfield 650 Twins Incoming, Possible Pricing Revealed


Prices have gone up, no new colours added

 

Royal Enfield’s official website is an interesting place at the moment. After the updated prices for the Himalayan BS6, we now have how much the 650 Twins will cost in their BS6 guise. An official launch is expected soon, perhaps even before the end of the month, and we can now report that prices have gone up by around Rs 8,500 to 9,000. Full pricing is listed below:

Interceptor 650

Colour Variant

BS4 Price

BS6 Price

Orange Crush/Silver Spectre/Mark 3

2,56,372

2,64,919

Ravishing Red/Baker Express

2,64,029

2,72,806

Glitter & Dust

2,76,791

2,85,951

Continental GT 650

Variant

BS4 Price

BS6 Price

Ventura Blue/Black Magic

2,71,673

2,80,677

Dr. Mayhem/Ice Queen White

2,79,330

2,88,564

Mister Clean

2,92,092

3,01,707

For the sake of transparency, we must tell you that the website doesn’t officially mention these as prices for the BS6 versions, but going by the timing as well as the size of the hike, we are quite certain that these numbers pertain to the upcoming BS6 updates.

Also Read: Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 BS6: What To Expect

The 648cc parallel-twin motor powering the Interceptor and Continental GT is already fuel-injected, so the BS6 update will likely be limited to just revised engine maps and different exhaust treatment. Catalytic converters use precious (and expensive) metals like platinum and palladium, hence the increase in price. No specs are available yet, but considering that this motor isn’t tuned to the ragged edge in its BS4 form, we won’t be surprised to see Royal Enfield retain output figures even after the BS6 update. For reference, the motor currently produces a very usable 47.65PS and 52Nm.

Disappointingly, there don’t seem to be any new colour options on offer like we had expected. That said, the existing choices already offer a fair amount of variety and look quite smart, so this isn’t a deal-breaker.

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  • Tenzin
    Tenzin | 4 months ago They have increased the prices but came up with new colour to all the other bikes with bs6 engine but for twin cylinder its same . actually i am willing to buy interceptor but there is no use spending ...Read More 0 Reply
    kwacker
    kwacker | 5 months ago Actually re didnt made any changes in gt or intercetor models...they juzz increased their price due to 2020 i think 0 Reply

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