Royal Enfield Bikes Price List: December 2021

Modified On Dec 3, 2021 05:24 PM By Team Bikedekho for Royal Enfield Classic 350

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Royal Enfield retains prices of its motorcycle for two months in a row

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If you are planning to bring home a new Royal Enfield in December, you'd be glad to know that prices haven’t changed at all.

Take a look at the variant-wise price list here:


Variants and Ex-showroom Delhi price

Classic 350 

Halcyon Black, Grey and Green Rs 1,93,123

Redditch Red, Sage Green and Grey Rs 1,84,374

Chrome Bronze and Chrome Red Rs 2,15,118

Dark Gun Metal Grey and Stealth Black Rs 2,11,465

Signals Marsh Grey and Desert Sand Rs 2,04,367



Variant and Ex-showroom Delhi price

Meteor 350

Fireball Red and Yellow Rs 1,98,537

Fireball Black and Grey Rs 2,25,624

Fireball White, Grey, Green, Brown and Black Customs Rs 2,00,374

Stellar Blue, Red and Black Rs 2,04,527

Stellar Pure Black Rs 2,06,364

Supernova Brown and Blue Rs 2,14,513

Supernova Silver and Beige Custom Rs 2,16,351


Variant and Ex-showroom price

Interceptor 650

Canyon Red, Ventura Blue and Orange Crush Rs 2,81,518

Downtown Drag, Sunset strip and Baker express Rs 2,89,805

Mark Two Rs 3,03,620


Variant and Ex-showroom price

Continental GT 650

Rocker Red and BR Green Rs 2,98,079

Ventura Storm and DUX Deluxe Rs 3,06,368

Mr Clean Rs 3,20,177


Variant and Ex-showroom price


Mirage Silver and Gravel Grey Rs 2,10,373

Pine Green and Granite Black Rs 2,17,862

Lake Blue and Rock Red Rs 2,14,118


Variant and On-road Delhi price

Bullet 350 KS

Black Rs 1,65,754

Bullet Silver and Onyx Black Rs 1,58,485

Bullet 350 ES 

Jet Black, Regal Red and Royal Blue Rs 1,82,190

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In related news, Royal Enfield recently showcased the SG650 Concept at the EICMA 2021, the production version of which -- likely to be called Shotgun 650 -- could be launched early next year.

Moreover, the brand also took the wraps off the 120th Anniversary Edition of the Interceptor 650 & the Continental GT 650. While these motorcycles only get cosmetic upgrades, we expect them to be priced at a premium over the standard model. Also, these special-edition bikes will be produced in limited numbers (60 each), and they'll go on sale on December 6.

While the Himalayan now seems a bit pricey, we expect to soon see a more affordable version of it in the form of the Royal Enfield Scram, which was recently spotted testing in camouflage.

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