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2016 Royal Enfield motorcycles leaked with new color options

2016 Royal Enfield Bullet Classic 500 Chrome Green

The entire lineup is expected to receive the 2016 model year updates including the Thunderbird and Continental GT.

Team-bhp forum members have shared images of the 2016 Royal Enfield motorcycles with new color themes. The model year updates for the Bullet 500, Electra 350, Classic 350 and 500 are aimed at keeping the portfolio fresh and appealing.

As the leaked images indicate, the motorcycles receive more visual tweaks apart from the new paint jobs like new stickers on the tool box, chrome RE logos on fuel tank (on Electra), new rexin for the seat assembly, new finish for the headlamp casing and fork’s short cover, etc.

2016 Royal Enfield motorcycles new colors (2)

The 2016 lineup is expected to hit the showrooms shortly.

The Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 350 gets new Meridian Blue and Marsala Red colors while the Classic 350 receives funky Mint and Chesnut themes. The Classic 500 can be had in three new color options – Chrome Graphite, Chrome Green and Squadron Blue. The Bullet 500 will be available in Marsh Grey.

Mechanically, the 2016 Royal Enfield motorcycles are expected to soldier on unchanged. The Chennai-based retro classic motorcycle maker has been enjoying excellent growth in the past few years, both in domestic and international markets. In 2016, the company is gearing up to launch the Royal Enfield Himalayan adventure tourer with will debut a brand-new 410 cc engine platform.

Also read – Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 500 is in the making

Expect the updated lineup to hit the showrooms in a few week’s time.

2016 Royal Enfield Motorcycles – Photos

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