Royal Enfield created fireworks in the motorcycle market in India with the launch of the all-new 650 Twins in the market. Priced exceptionally at Rs 2.51 lakh, ex-showroom, the Interceptor is the most affordable twin cylinder engine powered bike in the Indian market. With such a price tag, the enthusiasts flocked to buy the all-new Royal Enfield 650 Interceptor and the Continental GT 650 creating a long waiting period on the bike. However, if you want to skip the waiting period and want to get the Interceptor into your garage NOW, here is the first used Royal Enfield Interceptor, which is up for sale.
The bike for sale is available in Patiala, Punjab and the owner Aruj Singla is selling it for Rs 2.78 lakh. According to the owner, the bike is almost brand new and has done only 1,313 Km on the odometer. The bike was delivered in January 2019 and also has the zero depreciation insurance.
The on-road price that Aruj paid for the bike is Rs 2.91 lakh plus the bike also gets extra accessories worth Rs 12,000. The accessory list includes Royal Enfield sump plate, touring grand tour seat, Royal Enfield crash guard, Hella beam reflector with Nighteye HD LED headlamp.
Aruj, the owner of the bike says that it is a fantastic motorcycle and does not fit his riding style. He would rather have bought the Triumph Bonneville T120 instead of the Royal Enfield Interceptor. He bought the bike for its power and smoothness but got completely inclined towards the Triumph Bonneville after he took a test-ride of the bike. The owner also adds that he prefers the Harley-Davidson and Triumph bikes when it comes it ergonomics. He expected something completely different from the bike but it does not fit his riding style at all. This is not the first Royal Enfield owned by Aruj. He previously owned a Royal Enfield Classic Desert Storm but sold it after 6 months as he did not like the vibey engine.
The bike can be bought by the interested buyers belonging from the other states. Aruj says that he can ship the bike from Delhi or Patiala if the shipping charges and shipping details are borne by the buyer. The pictures of the bike also show aux lights and aftermarket mirrors but they are not included in the price of the bike. However, interested buyers can get a bundle deal for the aux lamps.
The Royal Enfield Interceptor is powered by e 649cc, parallel-twin, air-cooled engine that generates a maximum power of 47 Bhp and peak torque of 52 Nm. It gets a 6-speed transmission with the slipper clutch and disc brakes on both the wheels. The dual-channel ABS is standard with the bike. Interested buyers may directly contact the owner and further discuss the deal.