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2020 Bs6 Interceptor Detailed Review

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2020 Bs6 Interceptor Detailed Review

2020 Bs6 Interceptor Detailed Review

2020 Bs6 Interceptor Detailed Review in malayalam by strell.

Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 BS6 launched in India
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 BS6 launched in India

Royal Enfield Interceptor BS6 launched

Prices start at Rs 2.65 lakhs

Bookings already commenced across India

Royal Enfield has launched the Interceptor 650 BS6 in India. The motorcycle is available in six colours that Ahave varying price tags.

The most affordable colours are the Mark Three, Silver Spectre and Orange Crush priced at Rs 2,64,919; a premium of Rs 8,547 over the BS4 model. Then there are the dual-tone Baker Express and Ravishing Red colours which cost Rs 2,72, 806. As compared to the previous model, these demand a premium of Rs 8,777. Moreover, the top-of-the-line Glitter and Dust paint scheme carries a sticker price of Rs 2,85,951 which is an additional Rs 9,160 over the BS4 model.
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Left Side View

Powering the Interceptor 650 is the same, 648cc, parallel-twin, air-cooled engine with a fuel-injection system. However, this motor has been revised for BS6 compliance which has altered the power figures marginally. It now puts out 46.8bhp at 7150rpm. In comparison, the BS4 model produced 47bhp at 7250rpm. Nevertheless, its peak torque of 52Nm continues to come in at 5250rpm.

Besides a slightly revised engine, the BS6-compliant Interceptor 650 remains the same. Bookings for the Interceptor 650 had already commenced a few weeks ago and the motorcycle has also started reaching dealerships across the country.

BS6 Interceptor performance

Performance drop is not that significant and will not be noticeable. Precise drop in power is 0.2 bhp and produces the same 46bhp as before. There is no precise number for the change in the torque output for now but that is also expected to go down. It is powered by a parallel-twin engine which is a 650cc one. The Interceptor BS6 will produce 46.78 bhp at 7,150 rpm. The previous BS4 version produced 46.97 bhp at 7,250 rpm. But Royal Enfield claims that it has improved the overall driveability of the bike, by providing most of its torque at a relatively lower rpm. It will produce 80% of its torque from as low as 2500 rpm.

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