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These 5 Royal Enfield Motorcycles Are Pretty Affordable
Hunter 350
The most affordable Royal Enfield is the Hunter 350 at $3,999. This model is the only Enfield with 17” front and rear tubeless tires, allowing you to avoid flats.
While the bike appears vintage, it’s powered by a modern 349cc engine that can produce 20.2 brake horsepower and 19.9 ft/lbs of torque.
Classic 350
Based on a postwar design evocative of the company’s Bullet model, the Classic 350 starts at $4,599 with its Halcyon model or $4,699 for the Dark and Signals variant.
The Classic 350 is the quintessential Royal Enfield motorcycle with the modern 349cc engine and other features like large-diameter disk brakes.
The Meteor 350 is another relatively cheap motorcycle; its Fireball variant is $4,699, the Stellar series costs $4,799, and its Supernova sells for $4,899.
This motorcycle sports a single-cylinder, four-stroke, air-oil cooled 349cc engine and has several features that give its rider a comfortable experience, like its wide seat.
Scram 411
If you’re looking for a sportier Royal Enfield, the Scram 411 is a solid scrambler with a bit of power for a modest price of $5,099.
While you can use it to drive around the city, the motorcycle truly shines in hilly terrain thanks to its lighter weight size and its LS410 fuel injection engine.
The Himalayan is still relatively inexpensive compared to other competitors, but it’s a little costlier than some Royal Enfields at $5,449 due to its 411cc engine.
However, this bike is one of the best Royal Enfields ever made. Like the Scram, the Himalayan excels on and off the road but comes with more features.