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2021 LATEST CRUISER FROM ROYAL ENFIELD SPIED

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It wouldn’t have been long until the new Enfield 650cc stage was developed.

The launch of the Enfield Interceptor and GT650 grabbed the attention of many, and now the pictures you see here propose that the company has done exactly that, a long and low cruiser from the Royal Enfield.

An image has come out that Royal Enfield is testing their new cruiser. The British brand is looking forward to trying another cruiser bike in the 650cc segment.

The company had recently unveiled 650 twins in India. The new model of Royal Enfield is expected to have the same engine, but it seems like the Royal Enfield is using a completely new frame for this motorcycle.

 

Expected Specifications of the Enfield Cruiser in the 650 cc

  • Completely new framework.
  • Gets a dual both-side exhaust
  • Round Turn Indicator
  • retro design round headlamps
  • offside handlebars
  • Raised Handlebars
  • upfront USD fork
  • rear twin shock
  • forward feet position
  • Double-channel ABS. 

Various auto portals have published spy pictures of the motorcycle seen on Indian roads during testing.

Royal Enfield 650 cc cruiser
Royal Enfield 650 cc cruiser test ride

 

Looks and Design

There’s a dual silencer giving it a classic look and a footpeg on the front, making it a typical cruiser. It has retro design round headlamps, offside handlebars, spill seats, and double pad instrument cluster.

Besides, it will be getting an upfront USD fork, making it the first Royal Enfield do as such, and also comes with a rear twin shock version

Royal Enfield 650 cc cruiser been spied
The new Royal Enfield 650 cc cruiser

Here all the turn indicators are round. Disc brakes are on both wheels. It also has dual-channel ABS.

The handlebars are raised, and there is a part seat design alongside the split pillion grab rail. The seats seem very comfortable as well.

Royal Enfield 650 cc cruiser been spied
Royal Enfield 650 cc cruiser

This time the company has built a low and long cruiser bike with a completely new framework. The front tyre is a bit small than the rear tyre, commonly used by other bigger cruiser motorcycles.

This design is to create a definite attitude of the bike. Unlike Enfield Interceptor and GT650, we can see that the rider has a forward-foot position on this cruiser, avoiding hot engine cases from the rider’s feet.

It appears that this motorcycle gets an enormous round dial flanked by a little one on the right, much the same as we’ve seen on spy reports of the Enfield Meteor.

 

Engine Specifications

According to the photo, the motorcycle has a 650 parallel-twin engine.

Date of Launch 

The Royal Enfield 650cc motorcycle expected to go public next year in India. The company has not given any official information about this.

Will Compete Against

The Royal Enfield 600 will compete with the Harley 750cc.


  • Is Royal Enfield an Indian product or an Indian motorcycle?

Royal Enfield was made in the year 1901. It is a multinational motorbike manufacturing company that conveys a tag, “Oldest global motorcycle brand in continuous production,” manufactured in India.

  • Which is the best model of Royal Enfield?

Here are the top 10 models of Royal Enfield models:

1.  Enfield Classic 350.
2. Enfield Himalayan.
3.  Enfield Interceptor 650.
4.  Enfield Thunderbird 500X.
5.  Enfield Classic 500.
6.  Enfield Thunderbird 350.
7.  Enfield Bullet 500.
8.  Enfield Bullet 350.
9. Enfield Thunderbird 350X.
10. Enfield Continental GT 650.

  • What is the average mileage of the Himalayan motorcycle?

As reported by the personal owner of the Himalayan motorbike, the best mileage of the Royal Enfield Himalayan is 30 kmpl.


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