Royal Enfield Stealth Black Classic 500 Limited Edition has been priced at Rs 1.90 lakh (including GST).
Royal Enfield’s Stealth Black Classic 500 Limited Edition will be put up on an online sale in India. To be sold under the ‘Tribute to the Bravehearts’ campaign, this motorcycle will be available from December 13, 2017 at www.royalenfield.com/bravehearts. Only 15 units of the bike will be sold in the country. Interested buyers can pre-book the bike by making an online payment of Rs 15,000 (inclusive of GST), which is non-refundable.
Just so you know, the Royal Enfield Stealth Black Classic 500 was a part of the ‘National Security Guards’ (NSG) Motorcycle Expedition ‘Fight Against Terror’ ride in September 2017. These units have been ridden by NSG commandos for 7,000 kms. The company is offering the standard warranty of two years or 20,000kms on the motorcycles. Check Out – Upcoming Royal Enfield Bikes in India
Royal Enfield has announced that the profits that will be gained from the limited Royal Enfield Stealth Black Classic 500 motorcycles will be transferred to a non-profitable organisation ‘Prerna’ for differently abled children.
Royal Enfield Stealth Black Classic 500 Limited Edition has been priced at Rs 1.90 lakh (including GST). One must note that the price is inclusive of the cost to be borne for transfer of registration, change in number plate particulars and insurance. Read About – Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 | Royal Enfield Continental GT 650
The Royal Enfield Stealth black edition uses the same 499cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke twinspark engine that does duty in the standard Classic 500. This motor makes 27.57bhp at 5,250rpm and 41.3Nm at 4,000rpm. Mated to a 5-speed gearbox, it delivers a mileage around 32kmpl and a top speed of 131kmph.
While the standard RE Classic 500 features disc and drum brakes on the front and rear axles respectively, the Stealth Black Classic 500 Edition gets disc brakes at both the ends. The latter one features blacked out parts and a new swing arm. It’s matte-black colour scheme goes well with all-black outfits of the NSG Commandos.