New Upcoming Royal Enfield 600 – 650CC Motorcycle launching in 2017 || First Look

New Upcoming Royal Enfield 600 – 650CC Motorcycle launching in 2017 || First Look


Brand New Royal Enfield 650cc is going to launch in 2017.
With 650cc Royal Enfield, company developing aggressive plan for the global market Royal Enfield is taking an aggressive plan for both the Indian market and global market as well. Inspired by the growing sales the Chennai based motorcycle maker is planning to expand their global presence and compete against large brands like Harley Davidson. In short, Royal Enfield wants to become the world leading brand in the middle weight category motorcycle segment. In an attempt to do so, Royal Enfield is developing a 600 cc motorcycle, which is codenamed as P61. The new middle weight category motorcycle will be powered by a 650 cc twin cylinder engine. This new motorcycle will give the brand desired boost in the North American and European market. In those markets people buy motorcycles for highway riding, unlike the city riding in India. Therefore the present range of motorcycles which Royal Enfield makes won’t be suitable in those markets. Here comes the need for a bigger and more powerful engine. Royal Enfield is also developing larger versions of Classic and Thunderbird; with the former being codenamed as D41 and the latter is codenamed as D61. The brand has set up a research and development facility in UK last year, which clearly reveals their global

Although the larger engine powered motorcycles are being manufactured targeting the North American and European market, but Royal Enfield will launch these motorcycles in India as well. No wonder, these bigger motorcycles will please the particular crop of Indian riders who love highway rides and adventure trips on their Royal Enfield motorcycles. Expect the new motorcycles to launch in India sometime in 2017. Recently Royal Enfield launched the Himalayan in India, which is the first purpose built motorcycle in the country. The Himalayan is powered by a 410 cc air cooled single cylinder engine which is mated to a five speed gearbox. The new motorcycle produces 24.5 bhp peak power at 6000 rpm and 32 Nm of peak torque between 4000 – 4500 rpm. Royal Enfield claims the engine can run up to 10000 kilometers without oil change. The Himalayan is built specially for adventure rides in rugged Himalayan region.

23 Comments on "New Upcoming Royal Enfield 600 – 650CC Motorcycle launching in 2017 || First Look"


  1. electra 350 have to modefy its look good.In nepal peoples like electra to do modefying but now a,day's nepal traffic and police doing strick to bullet by modefying.RE compony makes new modefy electra for nepalese people's.

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  2. Shut the Fuck Up, it's not 650 stupid its 750cc, person like you are idiots to misguide crowd.

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  3. According to my Knowledge RE is made only in India & India is Exporting RE's to 42 countries, then how Europe will introduce 650cc RE first?

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  4. Wow, For your sake Royal Enfield, do something dependable. I'm not hearing the best of reviews about your bikes. Personally they look awesome. The old school designs and the return of the Bobber. PERFECT! I love the looks of the military style, I dig the Bobbers. Smaller size bike is ok, younger customers, affordable prices. Just not dependable, from what I have heard.
    I would like to open a dealership with Triumph and Royal Enfield. That's how much I love these designs. Let's open the world's first "BOBBER SHOP!" Copywrite, 17 November 2017.

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