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Do they have a scrambler version in this 650 series? I would give that serious thought for just bombing down non-paved roads in my area that are fairly well maintained for the most part.GliderJohn
Not bad looking bikes. Lightweight and certainly priced right at under $6K. I suspect they will win some reasonable sales - perhaps at the expense of some V7 sales [Guzzi content]. Power looks comparable. If they can deliver the build quality, dealer network and reliability I suspect they have a winner. Sounds a little familiar...
Agree on all points... I am starting to think "lighter" is the way to go in the future. There is a dealer now in the Scottsdale AirPark (also Indian) "Double-D's" which will have Royal Enfields in stock.
I'm really "digging" this bike. Priced right. Dealer in Silver Spring, MD. Hmm...
I'd take a good look at reliability if it's going to be an "only" bike. I watched a video where someone went to India and snagged a Himalayan (different model but...) part way through their Adventure ride. They got their money's worth. ;) I think after the 1st day they had to bump start it to go anywhere.Obviously issues can happen with any bike and they have a good warranty but there have been quite a few growing pains reported with that model. I do believe Royal Enfield is trying to address the issues.
444pounds with 40hp? Yuck!
You know what?My CX has about the same power to weight ratio and I find it can get me around pretty good even loaded for long distance travel.It'll even run with the modern Triumphs on tight twisty mountain roads in SoCal.
I'd get a new Bonny over that any day or get a retro one from 2007 for much less money.
Having bought 1 new dealer leftover 2012 Royal Enfield C5 bullet at less than $3,500 OTD I'd never EVER pay more than 60% of MSRP for any new RE. Wait 1 year until dealer stock is languishing on the floor and watch the prices drop worse than a 1 year old V7 series Guzzi.I have nothing against the brand and would love to owned another RE. They just are not worth at or near MSRP.
However, I am still on the lookout for a lighter bike than the Cal Vin...
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