Royal Enfield India has once again hiked its prices for the last edition Meteor 350 and flagship motorcycle Himalayan within two months of the latest prices.
- Royal Enfield once again hiked prices of Meteor 350 and Himalayan
- Meteor 350 saw a price hiked of up to Rs 7,000
- While RE Himalayan saw a price hike of up to Rs 10,000 in span of two months
In July 2021 royal Enfield hiked the prices of the entire product line-up by up to 8,000. While once again royal Enfield increased its price mainly for Meteor 350 and Himalayan just after the launch of the New-generation Classic 350. In July 2021 Meteor 350 Whole range saw a hike in its entire variants as Fireball, Stellar, and Supernova. The Fireball gets a hike of Rs 7,790, Stellar Rs 8,020 and Supernova Rs 8,405 respectively. Now the prices have seen another hike after the launch of classic 350. While now the prices for Meteor 350 saw yet another hike by up to Rs 7,000 on its tri line.
Now the ex-showroom price for Fireball stands at Rs 1.99 lakh, Stellar for Rs 2.05 lakh, and top trim Supernova Rs 2.15 lakh. The flagship motorcycle from brand Himalayan which was launched earlier this year also gets a hike in price. Back in July 2021, it gets an increase of Rs 4,617 and for this month it gets a hike of Rs 5,000. Now from this month onwards flagship bike prices ranging from Rs 2.10 lakh for the base trim and go up to Rs 2.18 lakh for top trim ex-showroom respectively. Thus, the prices have gone up by Rs 10,000 in the span of two months only for Himalayan and Rs 15,000 for Meteor 350 same.
Royal Enfield offered Meteor 350 with paint schemes of Fireball yellow, Fireball red, Stellar blue, Stellar red, Stellar black, Supernova brown, and Supernova blue. Meteor 350 was launched as a replacement for Thunderbird and was the first motorcycle to be built on the J platform. It comes powered by a 349cc single-cylinder air/oil-cooled fuel-injected engine which belts out 20. PS of maximum power and 27 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain comes coupled with a 5-speed transmission gearbox system. Recently, launched new-gen classic 350 is also build on the same platform and powered with the same powertrain. While the machine includes a 41 mm telescopic front fork and twin gas-charged shock absorber.
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