New upcoming Royal Enfield bikes are something that have been speculated for some time now. The promise of getting a new motorcycle every quarter and this has been true till now. We had the Meteor and the new Himalayan in the past 6 months. Lets take a look at what is expected from Royal Enfield in the future.
2021 RE Classic 350
This is most likely to be the next motorcycle to be seen on the new J platform. It will have the new 350cc engine which has less vibration and the j-frame will make it a better handler. It might drop some height and this might lead to making it feel less heavy. There will be a new instrument cluster which will be semi-digital. The 2021 RE Classic 350 will solve those old complaints that we have with the bike for a long time. We expect a slight price increase.
RE Scram / Hunter
A test mule of a bike based on the Royal Enfield Interceptor has been spotted. This looks considerably smaller and sportier than the Meteor. This reminds of the Triumph Speed twin but seems to have a smaller 350cc engine from the Meteor. This could be the scrambler version of the RE meteor or it could be a completely new bike called the RE Hunter. This has been spotted with the same handlebar and cycle parts of the Royal Enfield Meteor. We think that this Scrambler will be brought into the market to compete with the CB350 RS. The key point here is that we expect it to be cheaper than the Royal Enfield Meteor.
The Roadster or the Cruiser will be a 650cc bike that Royal Enfield might bring in to fill the gaps that the Harley Davidson 750 cruiser has left. The modern engine design of the 650 has been liked all over the world and it does give a feel like a V twin engine. With the Interceptor, the cruiser aspect is not completely achieved and this will with its ergonomics.
These are the 3 bike we expect from Royal Enfield to be brought to our market in the coming months. If you have car buying doubts click here to ask! Get the lowest price for car insurance here. For more such content stay subscribed to MotorOctane Youtube, Google News Facebook and Twitter. Also, follow us on Flipboard and Reddit where we have a discussion community.