Royal Enfield is one of the most well-known motorcycle brands in the world for more than a century. Since 1901, the Enfield Cycle Company Limited of Worcestershire, England manufactured the Royal Enfield motorbikes. The Royal Enfield Bullet is a legendary motorbike from the company. Enfield India commenced in 1955 and they started assembling the Bullet bikes in India. In 1994, Enfield India was taken over by Eicher Motors. They have three plants in India to manufacture Royal Enfield bikes.
Royal Enfield had a market share of 3.8% in FY2019 and ranked fifth among the top-selling two-wheeler companies in India. They sold 805,273 units during this period. The Interceptor 650 and the Himalayan have made waves even in other countries, with the Interceptor becoming the best selling bike in the UK. The Bullet, Continental, and Classic are some of the popular Royal Enfield bikes sold in India.
Royal Enfield offers the following models of bikes in India:
The Interceptor 650 has a 648 cc air oil-cooled parallel configuration engine. It has 18" alloy wheels with dual-channel ABS. The wide braced handlebars have been designed keeping ergonomics in mind for comfort of the driver.
The Bullet is an iconic bike that bike lovers crave to drive and own. The Bullet has a 346 cc 4-stroke engine with a 5-speed gearbox. The bike is available in four colours. The 19-inch tyres ensure the perfect grip needed for stability on the road.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan is an all-terrain dual-purpose bike that can be used for off-road adventure trips. It has a 411 cc air-cooled fuel-injection engine. It has 21" tyres in the front with 17" tyres in the rear. The LCD dashboard offers convenience for the driver.
The Classic 350 has a 346 cc 4-stroke engine with a 5-speed gearbox. The Classic's design is time tested, making it the perfect bike for those who love biking. The iconic styling blends with the latest technology to ensure a comfortable and safe ride for drivers.
The Thunderbird 350 X is an urban version of the classic Thunderbird bike. It comes with a 346 cc twin-spark engine and has powerful alloy wheels and tubeless tyres to ensure a steady ride. The design of the bike ensures it is easy to handle.
The premium for the Royal Enfield bike that you buy depends on the variant of the bike, the engine capacity, the year when the bike was registered, registration place (RTO code), among other important factors. Following are the premium rates for some of the top bikes:
Ex-showroom price of the bike
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 STD
Royal Enfield Bullet 350
Royal Enfield Himalayan STD
Royal Enfield Classic 350 Single channel
Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 X
**Last Updated on 15-10-2020
*The price is calculated for the 2020 model registered in Mumbai.
You can buy any of the below-listed add-on covers to enhance the scope of your bike insurance. It will benefit you at the time of making a claim.
You can renew your Royal Enfield bike insurance in the most convenient way- PolicyX.com. This is how you can do it:
Yes, it is possible. Fall of a tree is accidental damage that is covered under the terms of your bike insurance policy. You can claim the expenses incurred for repair of the bike under your policy.
The damage to the bike was because of your action of driving in water, where the water got into the engine. This is called consequential damage because the damage is a consequence or result of your actions. Hence, it is not covered under your insurance policy. If you had chosen the engine protection add-on, then it would have been included under the policy.
Yes, it is! The NCB or no claim bonus is given as a reward for not making an insurance claim. It increases every year up to a maximum of 50%. You can get a discount on the own damage component of the insurance policy, which helps in reducing the premium rate.
The insurer has the right to investigate an accident. If it was found that the bike was used for racing, then it invalidates your insurance claim, thereby causing it to be denied.
Last updated on 15-10-2020