Royal Enfield Bullet 2020 Is Discontinued in 2020 – The Royal Enfield Bullet was one of the oldest motorcycles produced by Royal Enfield. The motorcycle still keeps the design since it was first produced in 1931. However, some sources mention that this legendary motorcycle will be discontinued in 2020. Here is the truth of the news.
– Royal Enfield Bullet 500 in Indian Markets
There has been much speculation around saying that Royal Enfield Bullet 500 will be discontinued in 2020 from last year. The news shocked lots of loyal customers around the world because the model is the legendary model that everyone wants and if the company decided to discontinue the model, some sources stated that the selling will be dropped.
However, at the end of January 2020, the company announced that they will only reduce production of the model in Indian markets only. The decision is related to the new rule called Bharat-Stage (BS)-V1 that was implemented on April 1, 2020. The machine of this model cannot meet the standard so the company needs to cease production.
– The New Royal Enfield 650 Twins
Although the 500 cc model is discontinued in Indian markets, the Royal Enfield has introduced the new model with 2-cylinders 650 cc on their official website. Customers have been waiting forever for this model, and the Royal Enfield finally launched in 2018. This model is very different from the previous models because it has two cylinders and other great features that make your riding more comfortable.
Although this model was introduced two years ago, its popularity just gets higher when the 500 cc models are discontinued. The model still preserves the classic design, but it carries out more advanced technology. Sales in India itself have been gradually ascending along with the 350 cc models.
The Royal Enfield Bullet is still produced in many countries, except India. The last production was on 31 March, especially the 500 cc Classic model. Currently, the Royal Enfield offers customers with 2 cylinders 650 cc machines that become more popular than the 500 cc models.