Royal Enfield Classic 500 scale models get new colour options: Here’s how to buy

Royal Enfield scale models get steerable handlebar along with free-rolling wheels. The scale models also come with a working rear suspension and a side stand. Here is how you can buy these and at what price.

By: | Updated: September 3, 2019 1:03 PM

Royal Enfield has added new colour options to its Classic 500 scale model range in India. The 1:12 scale models can be purchased online through the company's official website for India at a price of Rs 1,200 for each unit. Earlier, Royal Enfield used to sell the Classic 500 scale models in two colours namely Black and Desert Storm.Now, the brand has added two new shades that go by the names Battle Green and Ash. In case you wish to own one, you will first have to visit the company's official website for India and after you select the scale models tab, you will be navigated to the screen through which you can buy these. By entering the pin code of your area, you can also check if the Cash on Delivery (COD) option is available in your locality.

Going into the details of the scale models, these get steerable handlebar along with free rolling wheels. The scale models also come with a working rear suspension and a side stand. The scale models have overall body dimensions of 17.5cm x 6.5cm x 10.5cm (LxBxH) and weigh just 250 grams. The usual shipping time for these Royal Enfield Classic 500 scale models is 24 hours as mentioned on the official website. If you have been a Royal Enfield fanatic and collecting scale models is something that you like, well, the company is now offering you an option to own some of these at reasonable prices. If Royal Enfield scale models find popularity among the masses, the company might introduce scale models for its other offerings as well like the Himalayan, Bullet, Thunderbird and the 650 twins.

In other news, Royal Enfield has recently hiked the prices of its 650 twins in India. The Interceptor 650 and the Continental GT 650 are now dearer by 2 percent and the new prices are applicable starting 1st September, 2019. With the latest price revision, the Interceptor 650 is now costlier by Rs 5,400 while the Continental GT 650 now demands Rs 5,700 more. The price revision is also applicable in Kerala where the two bikes are on sale at a minimum ex-showroom price. In Kerala, the Interceptor 650 is dearer by Rs 4,700 while the Continental GT 650 is now costlier by Rs 5,100.

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