- Both bikes will now cost about Rs 5,000 less
- The price cut is a result of the Tripper Navigation being excluded
- To be offered as an accessory
The price cut comes into play because Royal Enfield will now sell both the bikes sans the Tripper Navigation. To elaborate, until now the aforementioned feature was a standard fitment whereas it’ll be offered as an accessory going forward. So, the bikes without the Tripper Navigation costs about Rs 5,000 less.
Moreover, the global shortage of semiconductor chips has interrupted production. So, to optimize the Tripper Navigation’s availability on its upcoming models, Royal Enfield is offering it as an optional accessory.
With that being said, Royal Enfield has quite some models lined up for the coming months. Right from the Hunter 350 to the Himalayan 450, Shotgun 650 and more. Not just that, the bikemaker has also launched a new line of riding gear that it has developed in collaboration with Alpinestars.