A test donkey of the Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 has been seen in Chennai, near the bikemaker’s central command. Fascinating that it was seen with compound wheels rather than the customary wire-talked ones we’ve seen on the bistro racer.
Illustrious Enfield additionally is by all accounts evaluating different edge tapes for the wheels which may be presented as standard or as a component of the MiY store. The tires appear to be the very tubeless CEATs that are as of now presented on the Conti with a cylinder inside them.
The test donkey likewise had a new, round tail light, like the one seen on the Royal Enfield Meteor 350.
Combination wheels are a major aid on our Indian streets. While we get the appeal and allure of wire talked wheels, fixing penetrates turns into a major aggravation. So accommodation over style could demonstrate gainful.
Could Royal Enfield offer these edges as standard? Maybe, on a couple of variety choices like we have seen on the Classic 350’s Dark Stealth Black and Dark Gunmetal Gray variety plans. The wheels can likewise be essential for the organization’s Make-it-Yours drive where purchasers can spec out their Royal Enfields with embellishments and get it conveyed directly from the plant.
For the little styling refreshes, the following model could show up in practically no time at a minor cost premium. The wheels could retail at Rs 10,000 as a frill. Concerning specific variations that will get the combinations, the costs are probably going to go up by Rs 6,000-Rs 7,000 for the additional comfort. We likewise anticipate that similar bundle of changes should show up on the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650.