We have confirmed news from our sources. Royal Enfield goes for a hike in price for their three variants. The price hike is Rs. 3000, for all the three variants, Bullet, Classic 350, and Himalayan. This is quite an update, as we see a first-time price hike for any of these three bikes, after a turn for BS6.
Talking of the most affordable model from Royal Enfield, Bullet 350 came into BS6 in March 2020. There was a price hike of Rs. 9000 after the new emission norms came into view. This was in correspondence to the BS4 variant of the same. The updates price for Bullet X 350 EFI is now Rs. 1.24 lacs, the Bullet 350 EFI now being Rs 1.30 lakh, and the Bullet X 350 (Electric Start) is now priced at Rs 1.40 lakh.
Going for the most popular version of Classic 350, it got an early update for BS6 new emission norms. It came for both, single channeled and dual-channel ABS variants. And for them, the price goes up for Rs. 11000. , but it was in January.
With the new price hike of around Rs 3,000, the single-channel ABS variant comes for Rs 1.60 lakh, while the dual-channel variant is somewhere between Rs 1.68 lakh to Rs 1.84 lakh, and this solely depends on the color scheme.
Lastly, the Himalayan now has a price tag between Rs 1.90 lakh and Rs 1.94 lakh (depending on the variant). This is also an increase of around Rs 3,000 over the BS6 model that was launched back in January. And it is sure that none of them have received any mechanical or cosmetic upgrade for the price hike. .