Royal Enfield 650 Twins owners can finally get their alloys, but there’s a catch


Ever since Royal Enfield launched the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 in the Indian market, owners have been asking for a set of alloy wheels. This is because motorcycles are equipped with spoked wheels that can blow out due to tube tires. At the end of the day, some people just prefer alloy wheels with tubeless tires for your peace of mind. Yes, the brand did recently launch blacked-out versions of the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650, but the rest of the variants still don’t get alloys, even as genuine accessories.

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May 24, 2023 at 13:40 pm

Two new colorways of the Interceptor 650.

However, alloys can now be ordered from Royal Enfield as separate spare parts.Ex-alloys are sold at ¥7,500 and the rear cost ¥9,000. That person will need to purchase separate tubeless tires with alloys. The difference between buying as a spare and buying as an original accessory is that the front and rear alloys are supplied separately, whereas if bought as an accessory, the manufacturer offers them as a set. Having said that, once the supply chain returns to normal, expect Royal Enfield to offer alloys as accessories for OBD2 compliant models.

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In addition to this, the brand recently introduced a new touring seat for the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650.its price is ¥5,950. The brand is also developing a new rear finisher for the motorcycle, which will also feature a new round LED taillight. In addition to this, the brand will also introduce Tripper navigation for the 650 Twins.Tripper is expected to sell for ¥5,000. Finally, there are new LED turn indicators, which will also be available as original equipment. All of these accessories were recently spotted on the Continental GT 650.

First published date: May 24, 2023 at 13:40 PM CST

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