Royal Enfield Classic receives four new colors, while the Bullet gets three new colors and Thunderbird and Continental GT get one new color each. Though the new lineup of colors has been added, the bikes will see no change in prices while booking have opened for bikes with the newly introduced color schemes.
Royal Enfield Classic 500 is seen in a new shade of Chrome Green and Classic Chrome Grey while the Classic 350 is now offered in Mint and Chestnut giving the two models a post war design. Continental GT café racer is now introduced in a new shade of GT Green which is priced at INR 2,16,246 while GT Red, GT Yellow and GT Black variants are also on offer.
Royal Enfield Bullet, the oldest bike in continuous production sees colors of Marsh Grey with copper colored Madras stripes added to the Bullet 500 while Bullet 350 gets a dual shade of maroon and blue. Both these bikes are priced at INR 1,69,688 and INR 1,32,788 respectively.
Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 and 500 get a new Asphalt variant inspired by the highways the bikes prefer to take. Pricing stands at INR 1,53,598 for the Thunderbirt 350 while Thunderbird 500 has a price tag of INR 1,95,498. Mechanically, there will be no changes seen in any of these models.
Royal Enfield is now gearing up to launch a new adventure tourer – Himalayan on February 2, 2016 in Delhi.