Royal Enfield has announced
the price of its limited edition range of motorcycles inspired by Despatch
riders. Available in two colour variants
in India - Desert Storm Despatch and Squadron Blue Despatch, the motorcycles
are priced at Rs. 2,16,607 (on road Delhi). Only 200 units of each colour
variant will be manufactured for sale in India.
Customers can book their
motorcycles starting 10 AM on July 15th at store.royalenfield.com. After
booking, customers can take the delivery of the motorcycle from the nearest
company store or dealership in their city. The limited edition motorcycles
range has received tremendous response after it was unveiled at Royal Enfield’s
exclusive store at Khan Market in New Delhi
These motorcycles come with an
exclusive signature camouflage pattern and a distinctive embossed hallmark
detailing the particulars of its manufacture. Each Royal Enfield Despatch
motorcycle has been handcrafted using a unique film transfer technique that uses
a delicate and precise hands-on process to transfer the camouflage pattern on
the motorcycle’s skin, making each motorcycle to be only one of its kind to
ever to roll out of the factory. Additionally, each Royal Enfield Despatch
comes with genuine Italian leather seats accompanied by a classic leather
buckle strap to hold the air filter box. Inspired by the stealthy,
non-reflective paint on the engines of the original Despatch Rider motorcycles,
the bike gets a matte black paint on the engine, exhaust and silencer.
Source: Royal Enfield
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