The middle version Stellar will now be priced at Rs 2,04,527, up from Rs 1,98,099 earlier. The top-end variant, the Supernova, will now be priced at Rs 2,15,084. Whose previous price was 2,08,084. However, unlike the Meteor 350 supernova, the new Pay Generation Classic 350 is equipped with a rear drum brake with a single-channel anti-lock braking system (ABS), which is about the same as the original price Meteor 350.
Royal Enfield raised prices for this reason – Royal Enfield did not give a specific reason for the steady rise in prices. Sales of the Meteor 350 as well as other models are doing well because the company has a good customer data base for its bikes. Frequent price increases, on the other hand, have a negative impact on sales, as the rising cost of these tools can lead to erratic customer support. According to the price graph, the Meteor 350, which was launched 10 months ago, is now about Rs 25,000 more expensive than its starting price.
Royal Enfield Engine – Meteor 350 is powered by a 349 cc single cylinder engine. Which generates 20 bhp at 6100 rpm and 27 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm.