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Royal Enfield launches Service Care 24 package at INR 2,499

Written by Nizam Shaikh

As the automotive industry slowly returns to normalcy, Royal Enfield introduces a new Service Care 24 Package. The motorcycle manufacturer brings the service package to encourage its customers to service and repair their motorcycles at the authorised showroom. According to the brand, the trained staff at the Royal Enfield Service Centres are trained explicitly for Royal Enfield motorcycles. The team has all the technical know-how to rectify any problems. 

Service Care 24 package

The Royal Enfield Service packages start from INR 2,499. The package includes our general services and two engine oil changes. With the new service package, Royal Enfield provides a free complimentary service as well. Royal Enfield will give the first free service free of cost, and it will not be part of the Royal Enfield Service Care 24 package. 

Service Care 24 package Discounts

The Royal Enfield Service Package 24 also includes a 5% discount on the parts and a 20% discount on lubricants and labour. The attractive service packages will retain existing Royal Enfield customers for service and repairs. This will also provide the customers with an opportunity to repair and maintain their motorcycles post lockdown. 

In Other News,

Royal Enfield is planning to launch a slew of new motorcycles as well as upgrade the old line-up. The brand recently filed patents for the Roadster, Hunter, Sherpa, Flying Flea, Shotgun and Scram monikers. Speculations are that the brand will launch motorcycles in different segments, including the scrambler, adventure, modern-classic segments. The brand will likely use the new J-series 350cc engine and the 650cc twin-cylinder platform for the new motorcycles. Also, the new chassis platform, which made its debut on the Meteor 350, will underpin the new bikes. 

Rumours are that Royal Enfield is developing a new adventure bike with a 650cc twin-cylinder engine. The brand could name the new motorcycle Sherpa. Speculation is that the new Sherpa is currently under development at the Bruntingthorpe testing facility in Royal Enfield’s UK technology centre.

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