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Royal Enfield Thunderbird, Classic, Bullet gets new colours


Royal Enfield, subsidiary of Eicher Motors Limited, updated their logo recently adding curves to their rather stiff font style to make headway in refreshing their brand image. The world’s longest running motorcycle maker in continuous production now adds new trendy colour schemes to their Royal Enfield Classic, Bullet and Thunderbird range of bikes.

Royal-Enfield-Classic-500-Classic-Tan-colourThe Chennai based motorcycle manufacturer recently revamped the classic 350 and 500 bikes, now gives Classic 350 two new colours – blue and white, retaining the conventional black and silver paints. The Classic 500 on the other hand gets a more classy skin tone with beige base and maroon stripe running through the length of the bike.

Royal-Enfield-Bullet-500-Forest-Green-colourRoyal Enfield Bullet 500 is now available in Forest green and black colours, while Bullet Electra 350 comes in red, black and silver. Thunderbird series both 350 and 500 now feature marine, lightning and stone colour options. Royal Enfield gives these new paint choices with no extra cost from standard coloured models. The company is also taking measures to keep waiting period for all bikes in under four months.

Royal-Enfield-Bullet-Electra-Red-colourBikes with 350 tag has a single cylinder twinspark air cooled engine with 346cc displacement, producing max. power of 19.8 bhp at 5,250 rpm and peak torque of 28 Nm at 4,000 rpm. The 500 tagged bikes have a 499cc single cylinder 4 stroke twinspark engine generating max. power of 27.2 bhp at 5,250 rpm and peak power of 41.3 Nm at 4,000 rpm.


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  • Abhijeet Sarda

    These new colours definitely make the RE look more cooler, what I dont like is the new logo. I would go with the old logo anyday.