Royal Enfield announces its sales report for August 2021. In the domestic market, the motorcycle brand sold 39,070 units in the given period. Meanwhile, for August 2020, the sale figure stood at 47,571 units, thus resulting in a decline of growth by 18 per cent. In the international market, Royal Enfield exported around 6,790 units. Up from 2,573 units for the same period last year, thus resulting in a growth of 164 per cent. All in all, accounting for both domestic and export figures, Royal Enfield sold a total of 45,860 units for August 2021. The same for August 2020 was 50,144 units, thus resulting in a decline in growth of 9 per cent.
2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 – The New Avatar Classic
The motorcycle maker has updated the Classic 350, one of its longest-serving models. The motorcycle is not only popular in India, but around the world as well. The core design remains the same, which has been one of the main USPs of the Classic 350. The iconic round headlamp is still there with the trademark twin marker lamps.
Powering the Royal Enfield 350 Classic is a 349cc single-cylinder engine that makes 20.2 BHP of power and 27 Nm of torque. Royal Enfield has replaced the old push-rod valve distribution system with an Over-Head-Cam and Chain-Time-Gear system. The motorcycle is available in 5 variants, Halcyon, Signals, Redditch, Dark and Chrome, the price starts at INR 1,84,374 (ex-showroom).
Royal Enfield Hunter Soon To Hit The Showrooms
The Hunter 350 has been spied regularly testing on the roads, which makes us believe that it is now in the last phase of the testing. Royal Enfield has mentioned earlier that they are working on introducing several new products for the Indian market. And Hunter 350 could be one of the initial products. Very likely, Hunter will use Royal Enfield’s new J-series 349cc single-cylinder motor. The Hunter 350 is likely to feature a retro scrambler design that has been in much demand lately.