2021 Royal Enfield 650 Twins Launched, Priced From Rs. 2.75 Lakhs

  • The Interceptor 650 is priced from Rs. 2.75 lakhs
  • The Continental GT 650 is priced from Rs. 2.91 lakhs
  • RE 650 Twins get new tempting colour schemes

Royal Enfield launched the 2021 650 Twins, The Interceptor 650 is priced from Rs. 2.75 lakhs while the Continental GT is priced from Rs. 2.91 lakhs (Ex-Showroom, India).

VariantPrice
2021 Interceptor 650 (Single Tone)Rs. 2,75,467/-
2021 Interceptor 650 (Dual Tone)Rs. 2,83,593/-
2021 Interceptor 650 (Chrome)Rs. 2,97,133/-
2021 Continental GT 650 (Single Tone)Rs. 2,91,701/-
2021 Continental GT 650 (Dual Tone)Rs. 2,99,830/-
2021 Continental GT 650 (Chrome)Rs. 3,13,367/-
All prices ex-showroom, India

The Twins received five new colour schemes each and buyers can also personalise their motorcycles with lot of options using their Make it Yours (MiY) initiative.

2021 Interceptor 650 comes in two new Standard (single tone) colour options namely Canyon Red and Ventura Blue. The bike is also available in (dual-tone) colours such as Downtown Drag and Sunset Strip with the revised chrome variant Mark 2.

With lots of demand across the globe Interceptor 650’s Orange Crush and Baker Express colours will be retained, so the 2021 Interceptor 650 can be had in 7 colour options in total.

Similarly, the Continental GT 650 also gets two new (single tone) colour schemes such as Rocker Red and British Racing Green. GT 650 also can be had in (dual-tone) colour options Dux Deluxe and Ventura Storm with the updated version of the chrome variant in Mister Clean.

Also the Interceptor 650 is now introduced blacked-out rims and mudguards to the single-tone colour variants which was not available earlier.

Further the Twins get host of new MiY options like new seats, engine guards and sump guards (in various finishes), touring mirrors, flyscreens, fork gaiters and much more, where all the accessories comes with a 2-year warranty.

Royal Enfield didn’t find a way to fit in the tripper navigation system it seems, as it was the feature which was expected to come with the 2021 variants and is missing. While, both the bikes remains mechanically unchanged.

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