The maximum price one can reach on configurator is about Rs 40,000

Royal Enfield has now launched the motorcycle configurator of its website. Now one can configure their bikes before taking the delivery in 141 stores across six cities – Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, and Hyderabad. The accessories we are talking about is Royal Enfield branded and genuine from the factory.

Stock Squadron Blue Classic 500

If you are looking for genuine factory fitted accessories, then look no further. The categories include bodywork, controls, engine, protection, luggage, seats, and wheels. There are electricals and Security & maintenance categories too but they are yet to come along.

Customized Squadron Blue Classic 500

Royal Enfield is doing this initiative to help the potential buyers to easily customise their bikes and at the same time experience the eye candy. As of now, this service is available in only six cities (mentioned above) and we hope that Royal Enfield will expand the service to more cities in the near future.

Desert Storm 500 with single-seat and multiple luggage carrier mounts

Speaking about the components, you can choose alloy wheels, different types of engine guards, saddlebags, saddlebags mounts, machines parts as well as more comfortable touring seats. Prices start from as low as Rs 250 to Rs 10,000 for the alloy wheels. If you are opting for all the accessories, you can accumulate total price in the vicinity of Rs 40,000.

The Chennai based automaker is expected to introduce configurator for 650 twins as well as Himalayan 400.

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