- Royal Enfield 650 Twins Anniversary Edition bikes accompany unique badging and attire.
- Royal Enfield has declared that it sold 120 units of the 650 Twins Anniversary Edition in India in only 120 seconds, establishing another standard.
Royal Enfield has declared that it sold 120 units of the 650 Twins Anniversary Edition in India in only 120 seconds, establishing another standard. The cruiser major reported the dispatch of Royal Enfield 650 Twin Anniversary Edition models at the EICMA 2021 in Milan.
The cruiser producer additionally reported that internationally just 480 units of this exceptional version bike will be accessible. Among them, 120 units were distributed for the Indian market, sold out in record time, claims Royal Enfield.
The unique release Royal Enfield 650 twins Anniversary Edition cruisers were made accessible for the customers on an early bird gets the worm premise on December 6. The restricted version Royal Enfield, 650 Twins Anniversary Edition models, come painted in a rich dark chrome paint subject. They additionally accompany high-quality metal tank identifications.
While the styling of the cruisers has gotten an update, the outline of both the 650 cc models continues as before as the standard model. Likewise, the uncommon version 650 cc models accompany unaltered details and mechanical pieces.
The uncommon version bikes have been planned to remember the maker’s 120 years. Subsequently, the bikes come bearing exceptional identifications and unique attire too. The uncommon version of Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 and Interceptor INT 650 come as gatherers’ release models.
They come outfitted with exceptional passed-out Royal Enfield authentic motorcycling frill packs just as a service contract for the fourth and fifth year far beyond the long-term OEM guarantee.
Other than the Indian market, the restricted release bikes will likewise be accessible for purchasers in South-East Asia, the Americas, and European business sectors soon, as the Chennai-based maker has guaranteed.
In the meantime, Royal Enfield’s homegrown cruiser deals in November 2021 drooped 24 percent to 44,830 units from 59,084 units enrolled around the same time a year prior.
Be that as it may, the cruiser monster’s product numbers were high at 6,824 units delivered last month, up 45% from 4,698 units recorded in November 2020.