Royal Enfield The country’s leading bike manufacturer launched Royal Enfield Bullet Trials in 2019 with a lot of noise. It was not even a year since this bike came on the market, but the company has stopped selling this bike. This bike was launched on March 26, 2019. This bike, which looks very attractive, has an initial ex-showroom price of Rs 1.62 lakh. At the same time, this bike was available with both 350 cc and 500 cc engines.
However, the company has not yet made any official announcement regarding the discontinuation of this bike. But the company has removed this bike from the official website of Royal Enfield. What is the reason for the removal is also not clear yet. But according to the information, the company has taken this decision due to reduced demand for the bike.
The ex-showroom price of the 350 cc model of the bike was kept at Rs 1.62 lakh and the ex-showroom price of 500 cc model was Rs 2.07 lakh. In this bike, the company used a curved exhaust ie upwards. The Royal Enfield Troyals 350 engine generates 19.8 Bhp of power and 28 Nm of torque.
At the same time, the engine of its 500 cc version generates 27.2 Bhp of power and 41 Nm of torque. Both motors have a 5 speed gearbox. The company created this bike in the 1950s inspired by off-road racing bikes. Though it was first launched in 1948 itself, it was launched on 26 March last year in memory of the company’s famous racer Johnny Britain.
It is the cheapest Scrambler themed bike in the country. Troyles is the bike of the Bullet series, which comes with 350 cc and 500 cc engines. However, both engines have the same power and mechanical capacities. If you are fond of adventure, you can try the trials. It also has a large rack to hold luggage, so that baggage can be kept during long rides.