So far we have told you how the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 feels in the city, what official accessories you should go for, and how was the service experience after the first 1,000km. Now, we have a 5,000km update for you.
In this time, there has been talk on the internet about the issues the motorcycle has had particularly regarding the fuel filler cap, rear wheel wobble, and rust. As it turns out, we haven’t had any of those issues, so we can’t really comment on them. If anything, the chrome on the crankcase has lost a bit of sheen, and the vibrations on the handlebar and the tank have increased a bit since the bike was new. This apart – all is well.
Here then is our update on what’s good and what’s not about the Interceptor 650 after having lived with it for 5,000km and six months.