The Himalayan and Meteor motorcycles from Royal Enfiled have just undergone two important upgrades. Due to a shortage of semiconductor chips, Royal Enfield, like all other automakers, has chosen to temporarily stop offering the tripper navigation option as standard on its Himalayan and Meteor 350 models. With these bikes, you can still have this option, but you’ll have to go with the Make-It-Yours programme.
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Royal Enfield stated, “The ongoing global semiconductor shortage continues to pose a challenge for the automotive industry at large. We have decided to optimise the use of semiconductor chips by making a temporary decision to shift the Tripper Navigation device feature as an additional, plug-and-play option on the Meteor 350 and the Royal Enfield Himalayan, via the Make It Yours (MiY option) on the RE App. Consumers will have the choice of opting for their motorcycles with or without the Tripper device.”
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