A nightmare of Royal Enfield enthusiast has come true, the company has finally decided to launch the Chrome edition of the Classic 500 in India. The official Facebook page of Royal Enfield confirms the news. Yet the exact date of launch is unknown, but it seems to next model will be Classic Chrome from Royal Enfield.
Based on the regular Classic model, the Chrome Classic gets alot of chrome on various parts of the bike including the front and rear mudguard, air box, and fuel tank making look gleaming hot. The Classic 500 Chrome is expected to cost Rs. 10,000/- more than the normal Classic 500 variant.
The Chrome version of the Classic 500 doesn’t differ much from its regular Classic EFI version in terms of mechanicals and functionality. The engine, transmission and specs would largely remain unaltered, although the possibility of a non-EFI carburetted version for India cannot be denied. The Classic 500 EFI’s 500cc mill is good for 27.2bhp of power and 41.3Nm of car-like torque.
Earlier Royal Enfield Classic Chrome was first showcased at 2010 Indian Auto Expo where this model is one of the crowd puller. Later it was launched in American and European markets. Many prospective buyers have been eagerly asking about this motorcycle’s Indian launch, and finally Royal Enfield seems all set to give Indian Royal Enfield the option of buying this classy motorcycle.
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