Royal Enfield Continental GT 535 will soon reach the end of its life cycle as it will be taken off the shelves globally. The model will be replaced by Continental GT 650 that will be launched in India towards the end of this year or early 2019.
Royal Enfield Continental GT 535 was the first cafe racer Enfield and it came with a completely different styling than what Royal Enfield was used to. The bike was discontinued from the Indian market earlier this year while being on sale in the global markets.
Reports suggests that Royal Enfield is soon going to retire the 535cc cafe racer internationally as well. A few dealerships in India have some stock of the motorcycle left and hence, you should hurry before it goes out of sale. The sales numbers of Royal Enfield Continental GT 535 have not been satisfactory right since its inception and that eventually lead to the death of the company’s flagship motorcycle.
Royal Enfield Continental GT 535 will be replaced by a more powerful Continental GT 650. The company will also launch the Interceptor 650 alongside and these two motorcycles made their global debut at 2017 EICMA motorcycle show late last year. Powering the two is the company’s first 648cc, parallel twin engine. The motor is good for churning out respective power and torque outputs of 47 bhp and 52 Nm. The gearbox is a six-speed unit and it gets a slipper clutch as well.
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