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Top 4 new Royal Enfield upcoming bike launches
Royal Enfield Roadster 650
In the month of June 2021, we all are going to see one more launch of cruiser motorcycle by Royal Enfield which is named the Roadster 650. In the latest development, a test mule of the upcoming motorcycle has been spotted, revealing its key design details.
You can see it with these specifications; it will have a double-cradle frame, a twin-pod instrument cluster, and inverted front forks, among other top features.
The Royal Enfield Roadster 650 will sit on a double-cradle frame and have an eye-catching look, featuring a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, wide handlebars, forward-set footpegs, and a chrome-finished exhaust pipe. The bike will have a rounded headlamp and a twin-pod instrument cluster with support for Bluetooth as well as turn-by-turn navigation. It will ride on blacked-out alloy wheels.
The bike will draw power from a BS6-compliant 648cc parallel-twin engine that is also offered on the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. On the 650 twins, the mill makes 47hp of power and 52Nm of torque and comes mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox. To ensure the safety of the rider, the Royal Enfield Roadster 650 will be equipped with disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels, along with dual-channel ABS to avoid skidding while braking.
|Maximum Power||47 HP @ 7250 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||52 NM @ 5250 rpm|
|Number of Cylinders||2|
|Number of Gears||6|
2021 Royal Enfield Bullet 350:
Royal Enfield has launched more affordable versions of the Bullet 350 and Bullet 350 ES bikes in India. The new Bullet 350 models are priced at Rs 1.12 Lakh. While the standard Bullet 350 is priced at Rs 1.21 Lakh while the standard electric start version wears an Rs 1.36 Lakh price tag.
The new 350 will be available in three new colors’ – Bullet Silver, Sapphire Blue and Onyx Black. Meanwhile, the new Bullet 350 ES will be available in Jet Black, Regal Red and Royal Blue colour options, while the standard 350 ES will continue to be offered in its current Maroon and Silver variants.
The main difference on these variants comes in the form of a blacked-out theme that replaces much of the chrome. On the new 350 ES, the engine block is now finished in black, as are the crank cases. On the new 350, there’s a bit of silver finish on the top of the engine, as well as on its crank cases.
Another change comes in the form of the new 350 getting a differently styled fuel-tank logo; it is now simpler – a decal instead of the 3D emblem on the standard 350. In the case of the new 350 ES, the fuel-tank logo seems to remain unchanged – it bears the same ‘Royal Enfield’ lettering on its fuel tank as seen in the standard 350 ES.
The new variants will be powered by the same 346cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that makes 19.8hp and 28Nm of torque If you’re eager to see more exciting power figures backed by increased refinement.
2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350:
Royal Enfield has been trying the new age Classic 350 throughout a significant stretch of time and it will probably go on special in the coming months. The Classic 350 is the smash hit cruiser inside the brand’s steady each month and is getting a major overhaul principally on the mechanical side. Here we give you some elite data about the impending retro bike.
Dumping the single down tube outline, the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 will be supported by a twin down tube spine outline that appeared in the Meteor 350 in November 2020. Fundamentally, the impending scope of RE 350s will utilize the J1D design, which has demonstrated its better-taking care of and dynamic, attributes in the Thunderbird substitution as of now.
Other than the new double support suspension, the new-gen Classic 350 seems to be outfitted with a 300 mm front circle brake with twin-cylinder gliding calipers and a 270 mm back plate brake with a single-cylinder skimming caliper. RE will offer a double channel ABS framework and it should help in better wellbeing joined with a more formed undercarriage.
Friends you can see this amazing bike in India on May 2021. With the expected price of (Rs 1.65 Lakh to Rs 1.75 Lakh)
|28 Mileage||40.8 kmpl|
Royal Enfield Hunter 350:
The bike gets the same engine as the next-generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 and the Royal Enfield Meteor 350. In the cruiser, this 349cc single-cylinder air-cooled fuel-injected counterbalanced power plant makes 20.4PS and 27Nm, mated to a 5-speed transmission.
The rest of the underpinnings are also similar to the next-gen Classic/ Meteor 350 range. It features a telescopic front fork and disc brakes on both ends with dual channel ABS as standard. The only difference between the Hunter 350 and the Meteor will be its tyre dimensions. The Hunter being a roadster is likely to use 17-inch wheels rather than the 19-front 17-rear wheel configuration on the Meteor.
Expect features like the twin-pod instrument console with turn-by-turn navigation to be carried over on the Hunter 350. Expect Royal Enfield to launch the Hunter 350 by mid-2021 for around Rs 1.70 Lakh