Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 – Pricing & Variants

The latest offering from Royal Enfield, the Super Meteor 650, has just been launched in India. The three available models, Astral, Interstellar, and Celestial, have prices starting at Rs 3.49 lakh, Rs 3.64 lakh, and Rs 3.79 lakh respectively. Let’s take a closer look at the differences between these three variants.

iRoyal Enfield Super Meteor 650 interstellar grey

Motorists looking for a new cruiser bike have something to look forward to with the release of the Astral and Interstellar variants. The entry-level Astral model has three single-tone colors available – black, blue, and green – and is priced at Rs 3.49 lakh. Upgrading to the mid-spec Interstellar will give you two dual-tone colors – grey and green – but also comes with a Rs 15,000 premium, bringing the total to Rs 3.64 lakh.

The top-of-the-line Celestial variant takes this to the next level, with a price tag of Rs 3.79 lakh. This version comes with several features as standard, such as a windscreen, deluxe touring seat, and a pillion backrest, giving it a unique touch. Additionally, this variant is available in two dual-tone colours – red and blue – making it a great choice for motorcycle enthusiasts who want to stand out.

Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 celestial blue

Royal Enfield offers a variety of accessories for the Super Meteor model that allow you to customize your bike to your exact specifications. From a cornucopia of options, you can pick and choose the parts you want, or you can opt for one of the two GMA (Genuine Motorcycle Accessory) ‘themes’ to get your Super Meteor ready for either long-distance touring with a pillion and luggage or a solo-touring look. With the wide selection of accessories available, you can create a bike that truly reflects your riding style and needs.

Now, riders have the choice of two custom themes from Royal Enfield to further personalize their bike. The first theme is called Grand Tourer, and includes custom parts such as hard panniers for extra storage, LED fog lights for improved visibility, a touring handlebar for comfort, and comprehensive crash protection. The second theme is called Solo Tourer, and replaces the pillion seat with an ornamental plate. It also features bar-end mirrors, a sump guard to protect the engine, and accessory footpegs. These themes offer riders the opportunity to make their motorcycle truly their own and express their individual style. With Royal Enfield, you can upgrade your ride to match your personality.

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