Royal Enfield has a long history in India, it has been here longer before the establishment of automotive industries. It is the most trusted motorcycle manufacture in India offers great built quality and raggedness. It delivers surprising performance despite of any road conditions and climate throughout days and nights, tested, tried and that’s why we respect it.
Let me enlightened you with fascinating history of an amazing Royal Enfield Bullet:
The first motorcycle engine built by Royal Enfield was in the year 1921 with specification 976cc V-Twin and a 350cc single cylinder 4 stroke engine.
Then came the year of Independence day, 1947 when Royal Engine “Super Meteor” and “Constellation” was lunched with parallel twin 700cc engine in an affordable price. It was the first super bike in India.
Branded as “Enfield Indian” Royal Enfield motorcycles were sold in American market from the year 1955 to 1959.
Since the year 1955 to 1962 Royal Enfield was collaborated with Madras Motors in Chennai and Tamil Nadu to manufacture bikes in India.
Again, in 1962 the Royal Enfield launched a new model called “Interceptor”. It was a successor of “Super Meteor” and “Constellation”, having twin 740cc engine. It was the fastest bike to do quarter mile under 13 second, and also the last English made bike from Royal Enfield.
Couple of year ago, Royal has launched a new café racer called “Continental GT 535”, which is a re-engineered product of 1965 “Enfield Continental GT”, which as having 250cc engine with 5 speed gear box tossing out 21 bhp.
For far Royal Enfield Bullet loved by every Indian and has beaten the sale of “Harley Davidson” motorcycle in global scale. Royal Enfield sold 3 lakh units whereas Harley Davidson could sell only 2.67 lakh. Where the rise in the sales of Harley Davidson is just 3%, Royal Enfield raised the bar by 70%.
Some Golden Words for Royal Enfield Bullet.
Don’t call it bike, it’s a bullet. It is a symbol of pride, which turns the curious heads towards you. It gives you the feel of trill and excitement, every time you accelerate. It signifies maleness, steadiness and strength.