Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 Price, Images, milage Colours, reviews

Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 price starting from Rs 2,64,726 (Ex-Showroom price in Mumbai) EMI Starting at Rs 8,719 Month Check out of mileage colours, images, specs


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Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 Details 

Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 at with an initial price of 2.65 lakh (ex-showroom Mumbai). It has a cafe racer design with the clip-on handlebar, fast exit and a lower seat height of 790 mm. Royal Enfield Continental presents motorcycles in five different colour options. The delivery of the motorcycle has started, however, the booking has already started on the Royal Enfield dealership in India With the Continental GT 650, Royal Enfield has also introduced Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, which starts from 2.50 lakh rupees.

Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 is a sportier of two models based on Royal Enfield's 650cc twin-cylinder platform. This cafe follows the racer format, and a better experience for Focus Rider escapes from the Pillion seat.

Continental GT 650 will be available in five different colours, four of which are single colours black, silver, white and one very blue - and a single twin-tone paint scheme, grey/black.


Instrumentation is also retro, an analogue speedo and tacho with twin-pod cluster housing, with information about a small digital pod about fuel level, odometer and two trip meters. In a similar vein, the light also does not provide any LED and no DRL - A simple round headlamp works.

From 2.65 lakh rupees, the (ex-showroom) Royal Enfield Interceptor competes with the price of 650 ktm 390 Duke, although in imagination it is very close to the Kawasaki Z650. However, neither is a retro-style cafe racer.

Royal Enfiled Continental GT 650 offers fewer handlers and rear seat footages than its twin, interceptor 650, which makes for a more committed ride situation


Construction of its first motorcycle in 1901 creates Royal Enfield one of the world's two oldest manufacturers, and after producing a large number of motorcycles for military use during World War I, the British company actually built an old bath Pathar created an underground factory in mine to avoid the vulnerability from bombardment impressions during WWII. Royal Enfield has produced 700 cc twins since 1953, culminating in the 736 cc interceptor of the late 60s. Unfortunately, the British motorcycle industry was not able to escape from the Japanese invasion of the '70s, and two Royal Enfield cabinets closed in 1970.

The brand was still living in India, as Madras Motors entered into a licensing agreement in 1955 to make the 350 cc single-cylinder bullet model with Royal Enfield. The company merged with the commercial vehicle manufacturer Eicher Group in 1994, and the demand for the domestic motorcycle market increased steadily 


Royal Enfield finally established two factories in India. To give you an idea of ​​the motorcycle market in India, Royal Enfield has sold over 820,000 motorcycles in 2017-18 and still represents less than 5 per cent of total two-wheeler sales in that country! Before you dismiss the company as a bit player in the Indian market, it should be noted that the total two-wheel sales number in India includes mostly mopeds, scooters and some small-displacement motorcycles. Meanwhile, Royal Enfield offers a bike of only 350 cc and above, whose sales are growing at an annual rate (more than 23 per cent) faster than any other Indian motorcycle manufacturer from the point of view of a surprising one Availability.

With three 500 cc single-cylinder bikes (Vintage-style classic, more traditional bullet, and adventure-tour Himalayan), after attaining aliases abroad, Royal Enfield is now taking the next step with two new twins - Cylinder Machines Cafe-racer-style Continental GT 650 (tested here) and Classic Interceptor 650 These two middleweight motorcycles do not intend to compete for the same displacement and or another bike with style; The company is looking at both of these machines as filling entry-bikes in the US market. Where "quiet" and "user-friendly" words are co-existent with "cheap", "simple", and "funny" we are not taking any market share from anyone, 


Royal Enfield Continental GT 650

With full 270-degree crankshaft (ala Triumph Bonneville and Yamaha MT-07) the new air-air-cooled, SOHC, 648 ccs, parallel-twin, four-valve-per-cylinder engine used in both bikes have been done. Powerplant externally looks more retro than any other "classic" bike, but there are so many modern updates inside, such as valve rocker arms which use rollers on the cam side and the screw  valve adjustment on the valve side Tapetate (for low friction) and ease of maintenance), a power assistant slipper clutch, and a primary gear-driven clutch. The electricity data claimed is modest, with a load of 7,250 rpm at 47 bhp and a torque of 38 pounds at 5,250 pm. I can already hear fantasy-chart mews, "only 47 horsepower?" Please keep reading. Despite being air-cooled, the engines are clean enough to pass EPA and Euro 5 emission standards, RE claims that it will also pass Euro 6 standards when effective in two years.

Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 Colours


>Black Magic

>Ventura Blue

>Mister Clean

>Dr Mayhem

>Ice Queen

Engine & transmission

 Displacement: 648 cc

Maximum torque: 52 @ 5,250 rpm

Max power: 47 bhp @ 7,250 rpm

Full delivery system: Electronic fuel injection

Transmission type: chain drive

Valves per cylinder: 2

Spark plugs: 1 per cylinder

Cooling system: Air/oil-cooled

Gearbox type: manually

Full type: petrol

Ignition: Digital spark Ignition

No. Of Gears: 6

Stroke: 67.8 mm

Bor: 78 mm

Clutch: Wet multi-plate

             

Break, While & Suspension

Front Brake: Disc

Front Brake Size: 320 mm

Rear Brake: Disc

Rear Brake Size: 240 mm

Front Tyre Size: 100/90 18"C56H

Rear Tyre Size: 130/70 18"C63H

Tyre Type: Tube

Redial Tyres: No

Front Suspension: 41 mm dia front fork, 110mm travel

Rear Suspension: Twin, coil-over Shocks 88mm travel

Wheel type: Spok

Front-wheel size: 18 inch

Rear-wheel size: 18 inch

  Calliper type: ---


Royal Enfield Continental GT 650


Dimensions & chassis


overall length: 2,122 mm

Kerb weight: 198 kg

Overall Width: 744 mm

Overall Height: 1,024 mm

Wheelbase: 1,400 mm

Ground clearance: 174 mm

Seat height: 804 mm

Chassis type: Steel Double Cradle Frame



Fuel Efficiency & performance


Fuel Tank Capacity: 12.5 Liter

Reserve Fuel Capacity: 1/5 Liter

Mileage: ---


Fuel Efficiency Range: ---

Top Speed: ---

0 To 60 kmph: ---

60 To 0 kmph: ---



Features



Pillion backrest: No

Pillion grabrail: No

Pillion seat: No

Pillion footrest: No

Stepped seat: No

Speedometer: Analogy 

Tachometer: Analogy

Tripmeter Type: Digital

No of Tripmeter: 2

Fuel gauge: Yes

Stand alarm: No

Low fuel indicator: Yes

Low oil indicator: Yes

Low battery indicator: Yes

Start type: Electric Start

Shift light: No

Killswitch: Yes

Turn signal: Yes

Pass light: Yes

Antilock braking system: Yes

Clock: No

Electric system: 12V DC

Headlight Type: Halogen  Bulb Type

Headlight bulb type: 55/60w H4

Break/tail light: P21/5W Halogen Bulb

Battery: 12V 12Ah VRLA

 Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 images

Royal Enfield Continental GT 650

Royal Enfield Continental GT 650

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