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Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 Gets A Tempting Price

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After first unveiling it at last year’s EICMA show in Milan, Royal Enfield has finally launched its first parallel-twin 650 cruiser, the Super Meteor starting at Rs 3.48 lakh (ex-showroom).  

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Available in three variants the Astral, Celestial and Interstellar, bookings of the cruiser will begin today with deliveries commencing from February 1. 

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DesignThe Super Meteor gets alloy wheels with fat  tyres, a tear drop-shaped fuel tank, a fat rear fender and halogen turn  indicators, a wide handlebar and forward-set foot pegs. 

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SpecsThe bike will likely be equipped with upside down front forks - a first for any Royal Enfield motorcycle. The engine in the Super Meteor 650 will be a a 648cc, fuel-injected, parallel-twin motor that is air-oil cooled and makes 47PS and 52Nm, mated to a 6-speed gearbox with a slip-and-assist clutch.

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Instruments/AccessoriesWith a major focus on touring, the Super Meteor comes equipped with the Tripper Navigation System, and an-all new single-dial cluster. The 'Super Tourer' package also comes with new bar end mirrors, deluxe footpeg, solo finisher, LED indicators and machined wheels.

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RivalsThe Super Meteor 650 sits in a unique place within India's touring motorcycle market – offering a host of exciting features at an ultra-competitive price point. While considerably more expensive, it's expected that the new RE twin will compete against the Benelli 502c and the Kawasaki Vulcan.

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