Royal Enfield has become a crowd favourite bike manufacturer over the past few years. Like iPhones and iMacs, they are more of a status symbol in the current Indian bike market. If price and mileage is your main concern, which is true to for a higher percentage of people, stay away. However those who want good looks and joy of riding above costs, Royal Enfield bikes are a perfect choice. Find out below about the upcoming Royal Enfield bikes in 2021.
Plans and Meteor
Royal Enfield has planned to introduce and launch a new bike every quarter of the year. Thus we may see minimum 4 new Royal Enfield bikes during 2021. The company has already launched the Meteor as its first product of 2021 and is doing quite well.
Royal Enfield Himalayan
There will be no drastic changes with the new 2021 Himalayan. It will be the same Himalayan as it is now with a few updates. The new 2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan is expected to get a new frame to mount jerry cans at the front. New exterior colour options will also be included. It will also borrow the new Royal Enfield’s tripper pod as seen on the new Meteor.
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is one of the most popular and sold RE bikes in India. It is a great choice for many budget buyers in India. After getting a tough competition from Honda H’ness CB350, Royal Enfield is expected to make some major changes. The new 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been spotted testing multiple times in the past. The main highlight of this bike will be the new “J” platform. This bike is expected to come with the Meteor’s engine which will produce less vibrations. Overall this will add a much needed modern touch to the ageing Royal Enfield Classic 350. Expected pricing of this bike is around Rs. 1.70 lakh ex-showroom with launch by Q2 2021.
Royal Enfield trademarked the Hunter name last year and we expect this bike to launch soon. The new 2021 Royal Enfield Hunter will borrow the Meteor’s 350cc engine but come with Interceptor like looks. We expect the looks of this bike quite similar to the Triumph Street Twin. This bike has also been spotted testing a couple of times with borrowed parts from the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650. It will get the same 349cc engine which produces 20bhp/27Nm.
The Royal Enfield Cruiser 650 is expected to carry the similar styling elements as the current generation Meteor. It will come with a 648cc engine which will produce 47bhp/52Nm. Dual-channel ABS along with a digital tachometer are some of the expected features. Expected pricing of this bike is around Rs. 3.50 lakh. We expect both Hunter 350 and Cruiser 650 to launch during Q3 and Q4 of 2021 respectively.
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