Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 cruiser is a beefed-up Meteor 350—details here

Nov 9, 2022

By: Rahul Verma

Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650

Royal Enfield has taken the wraps off its latest 650cc cruiser, the Super Meteor 650. The bike has been officially unveiled at International Motorcycle and Accessories Exhibition 2022.

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Meteor 350 vs Super Meteor 650

The Super Meteor 650 joins the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 as the market’s third 650cc offering. In terms of design, the new Super Meteor takes inspiration from its younger sibling, the Meteor 350. However, the former is larger. Below, you can find out a detailed comparison of these bikes.

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Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650: Engine

The bike features the same 650cc twin-cylinder thumper as the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. The engine makes 47PS and 52.3Nm; also, the engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission along with a slip-assist clutch.

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Royal Enfield Meteor 350: Engine

Meteor 350 is powered by a 349cc engine that generates a power of 20.4 PS at 6100 RPM and a torque of 27 Nm at 4000 rpm.

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Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650: Features

The Super Meteor 650 gets a twin-pod instrument cluster along with smartphone connectivity with turn-by-turn navigation like the one on the Royal Enfield Meteor 350.

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Royal Enfield Meteor 350: Features

Instrument console analog and digital | Bluetooth connectivity | Navigation

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Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650: Price

Super Meteor 650 is expected to launch in India by the end of November 2022. It can have a price tag of ₹3,00,000 to ₹ 3,50,000 (ex-showroom).

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Royal Enfield Meteor 350: Price

The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 starts at ₹2,00,000 and goes up to ₹2,19,000(ex-showroom, Delhi). It is available in six variants.

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Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650: Alternatives

Interceptor 650 | Continental GT 650 | Benelli 502C | Kawasaki Vulcan S

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