Royal Enfield is one of the manufacturers that offers a long list of original accessories for their motorcycles. The brand first introduced the Tripper navigation system on its Meteor 350. The Tripper system is available on the Himalayan, Classic 350 and Hunter 350. Royal Enfield’s current flagship, the Super Meteor 650, features the Tripper as standard. Now, the brand is preparing to introduce the Tripper Navigation system for the 650 Twins.
A Continental GT 650 has been spotted with lots of accessories. One of them is the Tripper Navigation system. The Tripper sits centered above the speedometer and tachometer. It seems that Tripper Navigation requires an additional bracket to mount, and other accessories were also found last year. Tripper Navigation can be connected to the accessory port installed on the 650 Twins. Therefore, the Tripper will be closed with the motorcycle.The estimated cost of the Tripper Navigation system is approximately ¥5,000. As of now, it’s unclear if the fee includes the brace. It’s unclear if the Tripper Navigation system will retrofit the previous-generation Interceptor 650 and Continental 650.
Apart from this, the Continental GT 650 has been spotted with LED turn indicators which will also be available as original equipment. As of now, 650 Twins feature halogen turn indicators and taillights. Apart from that, the motorcycle also gets a rear finisher and a new round taillight using LED lighting. There are mirrors on motorcycles too, but they’ve been on sale since the 650 Twins were first introduced.
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Having said that, the manufacturer is yet to introduce alloy wheels as genuine accessories. Current owners have been waiting for alloy wheels since the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 first launched. Currently, only the blacked-out version of the 650 Twins is available with alloy wheels.
First published date: May 3, 2023 at 15:55 PM CST