Royal Enfield is making the Bullet and Classic 350 extremely easy for you so that potential customers’ favorite bikes fit into their pockets. The Royal Enfield Bullet can be purchased with a down payment of Rs 15,000 and the Classic 350 with a down payment of Rs 20,000. You also get the benefit of paying a lower EMI for the first three months. This offer is available for a limited time only. Let us know, the starting price of Bullet 350 is Rs 1.22 lakh. At the same time, the Classic 350 initial is priced at Rs 1.59 lakh.
Due to these finance schemes, Royal Enfield can get a lot of help in sales. Looking at the sales figures of Royal Enfield, in April, the company has sold only 91 units. Lockdown has pushed the brand to offer features such as Home Test Ride. The company has started production in one of its factories and in the rest of the two factories, the company can start production soon.
Accessibility should now be less of a problem for customers as around 120 showrooms have already started partial operations. Royal Enfield aims to have around 300 dealerships by mid-May. The two-wheeler manufacturer extended the warranty and validity of free service by two months, given the current situation.
Royal Enfield Classic 350 BS6’s single-channel, Chestnut Red, Ash, Mercer Silver, Redich Red prices have now risen by Rs 2,754 to Rs 1,59,851 as against Rs 1,57,097 earlier. At the same time, the price of Classic 350 dual-channel, Classic Black has increased by Rs 2,755 to Rs 1,67,780 as against Rs 1,65,025 earlier. At the same time, the price of Classic 350 Dual-Channel, Gunmetal Gray has increased by Rs 11,536 to Rs 1,81,327, as against Rs 1,69,791 earlier. The price of Classic 350 Dual Channel Signals Edition (AIrborne Blue & Stormrider Sand) has increased by Rs 2,755 to Rs 1,77,972 as against Rs 1,75,217 previously. At the same time, the price of Classic 350 Dual-Channel Stealth Black and Chrome Black has increased by Rs 2,755 to Rs 1,84,482 as against Rs 1,81,727 earlier