In this most recent video, the upcoming Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 has been spotted testing with a completely new look. The Scram 411 and Hunter 350 were recently introduced, and now Royal Enfield wants to update its 650-cc segment lineup. The Continental GT650 and Interceptor 650 are already competitors in the segment. The new model will give its lineup of large engine capacity bikes one more layer. Let’s see what the brand-new Meteor has in store.
Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650
On YouTube, the video clip has been shared. The tourer bike is depicted in all its splendour in the images. Contrary to what was stated in the video description, the name of this motorcycle will be Super Meteor 650 and not simply Meteor 650. It will undoubtedly differ from its 350cc sibling even in appearance. The motorcycle’s overall stance is quite broad and exudes stability. The rear seat indicates great comfort for the pillion, especially on long journeys. The round taillamps and turn indicators highlight the retro theme. The dual exhaust pipes represent the big engine that this bike carries. The mudguards and footpegs are large and rugged. The side body panels are minimal. The teardrop-shaped fuel tank is prominent.
With alloy wheels and wide tyres, the vehicle is more stable at high speeds and in corners. The seating position appears to be appropriate, and the handlebar is wide. It appears that using this bike for lengthy road trips will be a blast for the riders. Most likely, USD forks at the front, dual shock absorbers at the back, dual-channel ABS as standard equipment, and disc brakes on both wheels will all be included.
Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 Specs And Price
The Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 will have the same 648-cc air/oil-cooled parallel twin engine as its other 650-cc competitors, which is capable of producing a maximum of 47 hp and 52 Nm of power and torque. However, it might be calibrated slightly differently based on the bike’s weight and driving requirements. With this engine, we can anticipate a 6-speed manual transmission. This year’s holiday season may be when we finally get to see this Meteor in person, with a starting MSRP of about Rs 3.30 lakh, ex-showroom.
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