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Royal Enfield sees a growth 63 percent in February

Royal Enfield sees a growth 63 percent in February
Rachit Hirani Rachit Hirani Wednesday 02 March 2016, 15:34 PM

Royal Enfield continues 2016 with a strong sales performance and posted sales of sales of 49,156 units in combined domestic wholesale and exports in February 2016 recording a growth of 63 % over February 2015.

  

Royal Enfield, introduced a new colour - Squadron Blue - for its Classic 500 range of motorcycles. The new colour variant has been inspired by the Indian Air Force. The new Squadron Blue Classic 500 variant is now available for booking across all company stores and dealerships in India.

 

The Classic is one of the most successful products in the Royal Enfield stable and has been the company’s bestselling model. The new Squadron Blue variant is powered by the 500cc Unit Construction Engine and will be cherished for its reliability and simple, yet drop dead gorgeous classic styling while offering the same unique experience of leisure motorcycling that generations of civilians as well as officers of the Indian Air Force enjoy. The motorcycle will be available at an on-road price of Rs 186,688 in New Delhi; Rs 193,372 in Mumbai; Rs 189,350 in Chennai; Rs 198,649 in Bengaluru and Rs 196,700 in Kolkata.

 

In February 2016, Royal Enfield introduced Himalayan, a motorcycle purpose-built for adventure and touring in the Himalayas. The Himalayan is a completely ground-up design, and powered by a new LS 410 engine, the Royal Enfield Himalayan paves the way for a purer, non-extreme and more accessible form of adventure touring in India. Royal Enfield will open booking and test rides of Himalayan for its customers in India starting mid-March 2016.

 

 

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