With almost all two-wheeler manufacturers increasing prices of their portfolio, Royal Enfield too has updated the pricing on its 350 cc range, significantly. In fact, some of the models get a price hike of over Rs. 10,000. Here’s a complete list of the motorcycles and their new prices.
Most two-wheeler manufacturers have increased the prices of their models in India April 2021 onwards. Royal Enfield too has increased the prices of its 350 cc range of motorcycles significantly. In fact, some of the models get a price hike of over ₹ 10,000. The motorcycles already received a price hike of up to ₹ 3,000 in January 2021. The Himalayan and the 650 cc twins were updated for 2021 and their current prices reflect the increase already. Here are the updated prices for all the 350 cc Royal Enfield motorcycle models.
|Model||New Prices (on-road, Delhi)|
|Classic 350 (Dual-Channel ABS)||₹ 205,004|
|Bullet 350||₹ 161,385|
|Bullet 350 ES||₹ 177,342|
|Meteor 350 (Fireball)||₹ 208,751|
|Meteor 350 (Stellar)||₹ 215,023|
|Meteor 350 (Supernova)||₹ 225,478|
The Bullet 350 range gets the biggest increase, with prices being increased between ₹ 7,000 to ₹ 13,000 depending on the variant. Similarly, prices for the Classic 350 range have been increased by ₹ 10,000, for the dual-channel ABS variant. The Meteor 350 range sees an increase in prices by up to ₹ 6,000. The prices in the table above are on-road, Delhi).
The Interceptor 650 and the Continental GT 650 were launched with new colours in February 2021 and prices for those two bikes range from ₹ 275,467 to ₹ 313,367 (ex-showroom, Delhi). These prices too are at least ₹ 6,000 more (variant-to-variant) than the prices introduced in January 2021. Similarly, the 2021 Himalayan was launched in February 2021, with prices starting at ₹ 2.01 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).