Super Meteor price makes it the costliest Royal Enfield motorcycle to hit the market. It is labelled as an authentic, uncomplicated and easy mid-size cruiser…
Royal Enfield has ventured into the mid-capacity cruiser segment with its new Super Meteor 650 that has now been launched in the market. The elder sibling of Meteor 350 follows the similar philosophy of ‘simple cruising’. It was showcased at EICMA and unveiled at the Rider Mania.
The Super Meteor 650 gets an improved and tweaked version of the 650cc engine platform that has been accepted well on the Interceptor and Continental GT 650, however, it gets an all-new cruiser-spec frame.
The mid-size cruiser comes powered with the parallel-twin, SOHC, air and oil cooled 648cc engine that produces 47 PS of peak power at 7250 rpm and 52.3 Nm of max torque at 5650 rpm and a 6-speed gearbox runs the show. It is also the first Royal Enfield that gets (43 mm) upside down front forks and is equipped with a 16 inch 150mm rear tyre and 19 inch 100/90 front tyre.
Royal Enfield takes ‘heavy’ to a new level and the 650cc cruiser weighs a hefty 241 kilos but a seat height of only 740 mm should make matters easier for the rider.
The Super Meteor 650 looks brilliant and comes in two variants – Super Meteor 650 and Super Meteor 650 Tourer. The standard variant comes in five color themes – Astral Blue, Astral Black, Astral Green and Interstellar Green and Interstellar Grey. The Tourer variant is offered in Celestial Red and Celestial Blue themes.
Super Meteor Price
The motorcycle has also been launched in Europe simultaneously and it is priced from GBP 6799 to 7299 for the three trims. Bookings have also opened across India and Europe and in the process it becomes the flagship motorcycle for Royal Enfield.