Royal Enfield will be planning to introduce ABS braking system for its newer bike, with plans to install rear disc brakes for some of the bikes. In this regard, the firm has adopted rear disc brakes for their 350 bullet ES (electric) bikes.
Yes, the company has released two new bikes to overtake Royal Enfield in the market, with Royal Enfield now offering all the new bikes in their lineup.
Royal Enfield is already equipped with rear disc brakes for the bullet 350 bike, with the Bullet 350 standard bike and electric models rear disc brakes.
The Standard Royal Enfield 350 Bullet Bike, which is equipped with rear disc brakes, is priced at Rs.1.28 lakh and 350 bullet ES bikes. 1.32 lakh sales price.
Unlike the rear disk brake, the Royal Enfield did not make any changes to the Electra 350 bike, but after April 2019, the Kendra government had to adopt the ABS braking system.
The Royal Enfield 350 bullet bikes have the power to produce 19.8 bhp and 28 nm torque with the 346cc single cylinder, Air Cooled engine, and the engine is equipped with a 5-speed gearbox.
Telescopic front forks on the front of the two bikes and the twin shock absorber on the rear. The 19mm Matte Spoke Alloy Wheels from the CEAT has a 280 mm disk on the front and a 240mm disc brake on the rear.
Apart from these, Royal Enfield has recently launched ABS for their Thunderbird 350x and Thunderbird 500x bikes and has been re-released with an Rs. 1.60 lakh and Rs. 2.10 lakh sales price.
Additionally, Royal Enfield has also released Interceptor 650 and Continental GT650 bikes that have the highest capacity at their line-up, which has acquired the Dual Channel ABS and Liquid Cooled Engine.