Royal Enfield is now asking 5k less for these models… An important feature is temporarily no longer standard…
So, Royal Enfield is also suffering from the semiconductor chip shortage that is rampant in our pandemic-hit industry. Due to the shortage they have decided to temporarily discontinue giving the Tripped Navigation pod as standard accessory on the Himalayan 411 and Meteor 350 models.
As a result, the asking price of Royal Enfield Himalayan 411 and Meteor 350 have been reduced by Rs. 5,000/-.
Another update Royal Enfield has shared that they have increased the booking amount of their models. Earlier, while booking any RE motorcycle, the customer could book any bike by depositing Rs. 10,000/- at the dealership.
But now, the prospective customer has to shell out Rs. 20,000/- to book the RE model of his/her choice. Hence, the company has increased the booking amount by Rs. 10,000/-.
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Royal Enfield Himalayan 411 & Meteor 350 Reduced Prices
For Himalayan 411
So after the price has been reduced by Rs. 5,000/- due to removal of the Tripper Navigation Pod, the Himalayan 411 now starts at Rs. 2,14,109/- (ex-showroom).
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For Meteor 350
Recently, Royal Enfield have added three new colours to the Meteor 350 range.
They have added Blue and Matte Green colour to the Fireball trim while the Supernova variant gets a new Red colour.
With the newly introduced Rs. 5,000/- price reduction, the Meteor 350 now starts at Rs. 2,00,844/- and goes all they up to Rs. 2,17,061/- (ex-showroom).