The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is one of the initial motorcycles to be powered by the historic brand’s new parallel-twin motor. Based on a retro-classic design, the motorcycle wears a minimalist attire and is immensely practical with comfortable seating and a powerful engine. Teardrop shaped tank, round reflector headlight, wide handlebars, single-piece quilted seat and spoked wheels are some of the design highlights which make the Royal Enfield 650cc distinctive.
The self-attested “oldest motorcycle company in continuous production in the world” has been making the right moves to be heard the world over. The Royal Enfield 650 Twins, Interceptor and Continental GT, are one of the most anticipated motorcycles to be launched this year. Not just in India but even globally, the twins seem to be attracting a lot of attention.
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Royal Enfield 650cc Colours:
The amazing bike comes in these following colors:
- Orange Crush
- Ravishing Red
- Silver Spectre
Royal Enfield 650cc Price:
The expected price of this classic bike is Rs. 3,75,000 /-.
Royal Enfield 650cc Features:
The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 draws power from a 648cc parallel-twin engine which comes paired to a 6-speed manual gearbox. Fed via fuel injection, the two-cylinder motor is pretty conservative when it comes to output.
It develops 47 BHP of power at 7100 RPM and 52 Nm of torque at 4000 RPM. While the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 isn’t loaded with fancy equipment, it gets all the basic features which include a dual pod instrument console, disc brakes at either end, dual-channel ABS, Monza-style fuel filler cap and dual exhausts.
Royal Enfield 650cc Mileage:
Mileage of this Royal bike is below than average it is quite less that is 20¬-25 Km per liter. Taking mileage aside, Royal Enfield 650cc has surprised top speed that is 180 Km per hour. Its Engine cc is 648cc and it is equipped with Twin-Cylinder.
Royal Enfield 650cc Specification:
Talking about the dimension of Royal Enfield 650cc Interceptor, its length is 2122 mm, its width is 789 mm and its height is 1165mm. Its wheelbase that is the distance between the middle of the front and the rear wheel is 1370 mm.
Its Ground Clearance that is the height of vehicle body from the ground is 174 mm. The Height of seat of this stunning bike is 804 mm. Its kerb weight is 202 kg. This is all about the specification of Royal Enfield 650 cc Twins.
Royal Enfield 650cc Engine And Performance:
Classic looks with contemporary tech is a winning combination, of this amazing bike, let’s take a look at Engine and Performance of this bike. Its fuel tank storage is more than enough, its fuel tank storage capacity is 13.7 liters.
Its Maximum Power Output (HP) is 47 HP @ 7100 RPM. This classic bike Maximum Torque Output (Nm) is 52 Nm @ 4000 RPM. Its fuel supply is fuel Injected. Its transmission is 6-speed. This is all about the engine and performance of this royal bike.
Royal Enfield 650cc Tyres, Wheels, And Suspension:
Royal Enfield has stated that there are no shared parts between the new Continental GT 650 and the current Continental GT with the 535cc, single cylinder engine. The exciting bike has Tyre size (front) is 100/90/18 and the tyre size (Rear) is 130/70/18.
Talking about its Brake, the brake size Front is 320 mm (Disc) and its Rear brake is 240 mm (Disc). Its Suspension Front is Telescopic and Rear Suspension is Twin Shock Absorbers. This is all about its tyre, wheel, and suspension.
Royal Enfield 650cc Design:
The design of the adventure bike may be orthodox for many, but it proved to be purposeful in many ways. In other words, minimal bodywork coupled with simple surfaces is a lot easier to maintain, modify and even inexpensive to replace in case of a fall. More doesn’t always mean better.
Furthermore, the purposeful design goes with the design language the company follows. If RE decides to bring a 650cc Himalayan, we won’t be surprised if the firm carries forward some design elements including the mounting points, tail luggage rack, and the instrument console. The bigger, badder 650 could also use a projector headlamp unit for better illumination and an adjustable seat height, which will make it accessible to more riders.
Royal Enfield 650cc Review Rating:
Design: According to experts its design is stunning and has to give 5 stars for its design.
Console: It has an amazing console and Experts give 3 stars for its console.
Comfort: Its comfort Zone is superb and experts give 4 stars for its comfort.
Performance: This bikes performance is also superb and experts give 3 (1/2) stars to its performance.
Mileage: Its mileage is quite low and experts give 3 stars to its mileage.
Ride: Ride of this bike is quite amazing and comfortable. Experts give 4 (1/2) stars for its Ride.
Handling: To handle this bike is not as easy as it is a heavy bike and it has given 3 stars for its handling.
Braking: This royal bikes brake system is quite good and experts give 3 (1/2) stars for its braking.
Price: The price of this bike is quite more and it has given 3 stars for its price.
Service: The service of this bike is not good enough and given 3 stars to its service.
Resale: Resale value of this bike is not easy and given 3 stars to its resale.
For the overall bike, experts give 3 stars to this royal bike.
Royal Enfield 650cc Final Verdict:
All and all the Royal Enfield 650cc is not going to appeal to the performance-hungry audience out there, it ticks all the right boxes for the widespread Royal Enfield fan base in the country.
Along with classic styling, minimalist design, and good quality, this one even boasts of a tractable engine with a sweet exhaust note to compliment. Along with the cafe-racer version in the form of Continental GT 650, the Royal Enfield 650 is going to take the 650cc market by storm with its attractive pricing and compelling package.