Royal Enfield Classic 650 And Scrambler 650 Spied Testing Together

  • Feb 26, 2024
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The Classic 650 and the Scrambler 650 will add their own charm to Royal Enfield’s extensive 650cc lineup

Phew! It’s been nearly a month since we saw an upcoming Royal Enfield bike being tested. Can you believe that? Well, this time it’s two of them: the Royal Enfield Classic 650 and the Scrambler 650

Let’s start with the slightly more exciting Scrambler first. For starters, rugged, minimalistic styling with spoke wheels (mostly a 19-/17-inch setup) that’ll likely come with tube tyres and the single piece flat-ish seat add to the scrambler look. The round elements, meanwhile, make it look properly retro:  round LED headlight, console (both seem to be right off the Himalayan 450) and mirrors. What would’ve completed the look would be round indicators, but the Scrambler 650 seems to get them from the Himalayan a well. There’s a USD fork along with twin shocks but the latter aren’t gas charged. 

While it will get the lovable 650cc mill, the twin exhausts have made way for a two-in-one system. As for the tyres, the ones on this test unit seem to be MRF Nylorex-X. 

Coming back to the Classic 650, the low and wide handlebar, fork sleeves, headlight nacelle, spoke wheels (likely to be 18-inch units at both ends) and peashooter exhausts, all make it obvious that it’s the bigger Classic. The halogen indicators further add to the Classic look. Both bikes could be launched in India sometime in the first half of this year. The Classic 650 could be priced at around Rs 3.20 lakh, while the Scrambler 650’s prices could begin from around Rs 3.50 lakh (ex-showroom).

Image credit: DerpBDerpy

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