Royal Enfield has revealed additional accessories for the Thunderbird X models that were launched early this year. Prices of the accessories start from Rs 900 (for the oil filler caps) and go up to Rs 9,500 (for the alloy wheels). All these personalization products will be available at all RE dealerships in coming weeks.
The RE Thunderbird X models get windshield kit (Rs 5000) that includes a drape formed touring screen offering better wind protection and visibility. The company is also offering stamped black windshield embellisher that will cost Rs 1500. Buyers can also opt from the Black and Blue waterproof covers. Read – Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Launch Details Revealed
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Composed of 32mm steel tube, the engine protection guards have black powder coat for corrosion resistance and durability. While the octagon engine guard is priced at Rs 2300, the trapezium unit costs Rs 2100. The CNC machined oil filler cap with anodised finish is available in two colour options – Silver and Black. The bike also gets CNC machined black anodized front master cylinder cap (Rs 800). Read – Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 Is Coming This Year
For enhancing passenger’s comfort, Royal Enfield offers the quilted vinyl cushioned backrest at Rs 2750. The cast aluminium wheels with machined spoke details are the most expensive accessories offered on the Thunderbird X models. Priced at Rs 9500, the alloy wheels are available only on the ABS version of the bikes.
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The water resistant Canvas bags (Rs 6000) will make the bikes more practical for commuters. The company is also offering mounting rails separately. The pannier rails are made up of 16mm diameter mild steel tubing coated with black powder. It will cost you around Rs 1700. The flyscreen, composed of high impact acrylic, comes in two colour schemes – clear and tined – priced at Rs 2550 and Rs 2950 respectively. Painted in black shade, the engine guard air fly will cost Rs 3450.
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