Updating the colour of their motorcycles(among other things) have worked really well for Royal Enfield last year, their products bringing in great sales numbers, both in India and abroad. The manufacturer has continued the trend this year too, bringing in some fresh batch of colours (9 to be exacts) which will be spread across their complete portfolio. The new colours can be booked with immediate effect.
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The Royal Enfield Classic will be receiving four colours out of the nine new ones, while the Bullet will receive three. The RE Continental GT and the Thunderbird will be available in one new shade. All the existing colours will remain.
Royal Enfield Classic 350/500- New Colours
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is now available in 6 (2 new) colours, while the Classic 500 and the Classic Chrome 500 (2 new) is available in 3 colour schemes each.
Royal Enfield Classic 350 colours:
- Mint (*new)
- Chestnut red(*new)
Royal Enfield Classic Chrome Colours:
- Classic black
- Chrome graphite (*new)
- chrome green (*new)
Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 350 and Bullet 500- New Colours
The Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 350 has been updated with 2 new colours, while the Bullet 500 gets one new colour.
Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 350 Colours:
- Maroon (*new)
- Blue (*new)
Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Colours
- Forest green
- Marsh grey
Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350/500- New Colours
Both the Thunderbird 350 and the 500 gets a new Asphalt colour.
Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350/500 colours:
- Asphalt (*new)
Royal Enfield Continental GT – New Colours.
The Continental GT gets one exciting colour- GT green added to it. The Yellow colour is now non existent.
Royal Enfield Continental GT colours
- GT red
- GT black
- GT green (*new)
Royal Enfield is however not just concentrating on new colours to bring in the sales. They have a very active R&D team on work, and the manufacturer has already built up a very capable machine in the form of the Royal Enfield Himalayan. The Bike is expected to be launched/revealed on February 2, 2016.