Royal Enfield has the tag for manufacturing powerful bikes in India and has been doing so for a long time now. There are latest updates regarding their future plan of action in India. Indian two-wheeler market has by far the best sales in the two wheeler sector with many International bikes hitting the market and existing bike manufacturers coming up with their innovations too, although a slump in the sales of petrol cars is pretty evident due to hike in fuel costs and interest rates. Regardless of the car sales, the demand for two wheelers is always high in India.
Royal Enfield has been putting some serious thoughts for their growth in India. With the current situation and competition in the bike industry, Royal Enfield India has been thinking of producing powerful engines.
They are working on coming up with new innovations to create that perfect bike that could be as competitive as it could be. There is news spreading that they would be collaborating with other bike manufacturers in hopes of being successful in producing high class bikes.
The Classic 500 cc comes with class features. It is run by a single cylinder 500 cc engine called UCE (Unit Construction Engine), and this engine depends on fuel injection than the carburettor. As a result, decreases in friction of moving parts and loss of transmission are evident. The Classic 500 cc is out in the markets and priced at 1,46,000.
The Classic 350 is powered by a single cylinder 350 cc, twin spark, air cooled engine. It features a short silencer, fuel warning indicators and a classic speedometer. It also has an option of a single seat which has springs for more comfort.
The Classic 350 is also out in the markets and is priced at Rs. 98,086.
The news of the most recent chrome finished Classic 500 is creating a sense of excitement among Bullet enthusiasts and the launch is much awaited in India.