Renowned two-wheeler manufacturing company Royal Enfield has been experiencing a sharp decline in the domestic two-wheeler market in recent months as well as in the high –end models. Most notably, the Classic 350 is facing a huge slump in sales every month, while the Interceptor 650 and the Continental GT 650 have done quite well in the company volume. 650 twins have achieved sales of 2,400 units in May 2019, but there has been a sharp drop in sales of 500 cc Classic, Bullet, and Thunderbird. In this way, now Royal Enfield is working on the new generation bikes and one of these retro motorcycles has been seen during the generation test.
With the expansion of BSVI’s deadline, two and four-wheel brands are already busy with fulfilling BSVI emission standards in their vehicles before April 2020. Royal Enfield is also working to upgrade the powertrain of its bike and the new versions of Classic, Bullet and Thunderbird series can be viewed in the market soon. Along with this, there will also be changes in the exteriors of these motorcycles.
Some update in all-new Royal Enfield Classic 350 viewed are like new exhaust routing, new footpegs and positioned brake level will be seen. Apart from this, the upgraded switchgear and instrument console will be given on the bike.
Apart from this, the halogen unit will be retained in the headlamp and in Suspension Duties, the telescopic front forks and the twin shock absorbers in the rear will be given, which will gas-charged unit. Apart from this, the double-cradle frame can also be given in the next-generation Royal Enfield 350.