A DriveSpark reader has shared us the images of the 2017 Royal Enfield Classic motorcycles with new paint schemes.
The models shown in the spy images are Classic 350, and we expect the classic 500 to feature a few changes too. The new change is aimed to keep the portfolio fresh and appealing to the customers.
As the spy images indicate, the motorcycles receive a new paint job, fewer stickers, and a new seat with white borders.
The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 gets new GT Blue, and GT Red colours similar to the Continental GT and a new light blue shade while the colours of the new Classic 500 is yet to be revealed.
Mechanically, the 2017 Royal Enfield Classic motorcycles are expected to remain unchanged. The company has been demonstrating excellent growth in the past years, both in the domestic and international markets.
We expect the updated Classic lineup to hit the showrooms by early 2017.
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