Royal Enfield presents its brand new medium-sized motorcycles at Eicma 2018: the Continental GT 650 and Interceptor INT 650.
Starting since January 2019, INT 650 interceptor e Continental GT650 will be available for test rides at dealerships Europeans. The Reservations and requests will be possible to leave from mid-November.
The Twins will have a 3-year warranty and free roadside assistance service, as well as a 2-year warranty on all accessories originals. The retail prices in Europe they will go from 6.200 to 6.900 Euros depending on the color chosen.
At the heart of every Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 and Interceptor INT 650, however, is definitely the fun factor, achieved by the special combination of an agile frame (developed at the brand's UK technology center in collaboration with legendary sports bike frame manufacturer Harris Performance) and a 650cc engine air cooled, simple but avant-garde, which produces an engine from 47 horses powerful and easy to use.
In addition to a splendid exhaust note, the engine offers a 'ample power of traction to make the motorcycle suitable for urban traffic and enhance its characteristics on extra-urban roads, which means that the Continental GT 650 and the Interceptor INT 650 offer a perfect solution for both more experienced riders and beginners, both for the city and for travel.
La Continental GT650 will especially appeal to sporty riders with its optional single seat, sculpted tank, rear footpegs and race clip-on handlebars, all ergonomically designed to stay comfortable in the city, on the freeway and on winding back roads where the bike really comes alive .
THEINT 650 interceptor, on the other hand, recalls the Royal Enfield twins of the 60s through its teardrop tank with traditional grooves on the knees, a comfortable double quilted padding and a wide and reinforced handlebar that is reminiscent of the California street scrambler style of those years . Its comfortable and commanding driving position makes the Interceptor both fun and practical on all types of terrain, from the curves of coastal roads to the urban jungle.