Royal Enfield Launches “All New Bullet Classic”

Launch of the “New Royal Enfield Bullet Classic”

Royal Enfield, makers of legendary British Classic bikes, are back in Cologne, Germany to unveil their all new “BULLET 500″ at the Intermot on 7th October 2008.

In 1932, the Royal Enfield “Bullet” was originally created in Britain. Now, 76 years later, Royal Enfield’s newest model celebrates these early “Bullets”.

The new “Bullet 500 Classic” harks back to the ‘G2′ Bullet of the early 1950s, retaining the quintessential classic British
style that is inextricably linked to the Royal Enfield name.

The new “Bullet 500 Classic” is powered by the new 500cc ‘Unit Construction Engine’ (UCE) and is homologated for Euro III norms.

This new model is expected to be in the Europe Distributors showrooms by January 2009.

Royal Enfield Bullet Classic Wallpapers

20 Responses to Royal Enfield Launches “All New Bullet Classic”

  1. Chris

    All royal enfield bikes are manufactured in india and exported,but dont u think that being an indian company this bike should also be launched in india first dont u think the company is partial to the indian market and to its people,i read many in here saying this bike will be launched late in 2010,is it right what the company is doing first export then catch the local market,i think this issomething foolish from the marketing people of the company

    • BharatPutra

      Yes mate, that is very true. The best of India goes out to the world before it is released in India, and, the best of the world is released last in India. So, Indians get a raw deal. It surely has something to do with the forex craze of Indian companies, lack of self pride, and, the world continuing to wish Indians the second rated products, from cheese balls and chocolates to sun glasses to mercs. And, silly Indians, they dont realise what is happening to them, they just fall crazy on anything that is imported, be it cheap stuff from China, or be it 1200cc bikes from Japs. Indians should work on increasing their self-pride and esteem, and work to promote the best first in India, then take it overseas. Hope there is someone who can do something about it, reading this comment.

  2. Gautam jain

    it will be very good news when enfield release its G2 model in its full originalty. that day will very black day for other type bikes manufacturer.

  3. abhinav

    thts simply amazin ,the real fire

  4. sandy

    Thats really awosame bike

  5. Snehal

    I want this Bike in INDIA……cant they understand

    • BharatPutra

      The best of India goes out to the world before it is released in India, and, the best of the world is released last in India. So, Indians get a raw deal. It surely has something to do with the forex craze of Indian companies, lack of self pride, and, the world continuing to wish Indians the second rated products, from cheese balls and chocolates to sun glasses to mercs. And, silly Indians, they dont realise what is happening to them, they just fall crazy on anything that is imported, be it cheap stuff from China, or be it 1200cc bikes from Japs. Indians should work on increasing their self-pride and esteem, and work to promote the best first in India, then take it overseas. Hope there is someone who can do something about it, reading this comment.

      • Pathik

        Why is evryone crying about CLassic not being launched first in India, if anyone even knws ABC of marketing will definitely agree with Royal Enfield’s strategy, companies make money initially through developed countries and then as per the market response they decide to launch the products in developing countries. And in a way this is good, because by the time the bike is launched in India, all the possible flaws would have been taken care of…SO be proud of what is being done…Cheers!

  6. Ajay

    It looks good Undoubtedly a great bike for this era!
    but it will not be as good as a Jawa !
    man I miss the Jawa 353!!!
    Will that ever be back ???

    • sunil

      ANY PLAN IS THERE TO MAKE 150-200CC BULLETBIKE IN INDIA

  7. sajin

    beutifull desining

  8. prashant samani

    man!!! enfield as a company is losing on a very important chance to show the people of india what capacity it has and what quality and effeciency it can deliver and once again we r being looked upon as third world country ,first from the foreign countries and now our own people are proving this ourselves by not launching it in india first bad baD,GUYS VOICE UP VOICE UP AND SHOW UR REBEL INSIDE,AS WE PRIDE OVER OUR ENFIELDS.

  9. Rustom

    It is a shame for crying out loud that our very own Enfield won’t release this bike in India first. On top of that they are redesigning another version for the indian market. What the hell? This would mean sadly chaps that they will be down scaling it for indian roads. Why cant they maintain the same for the Indian roads and launch it in India first, dont we deserve it ?

  10. AJ

    DEAR,
    BRAIN DRAIN IS BETTER THAN BRAIN IN DRAIN..

  11. phunz

    reading market doesnt do any good to the marketer …but reading the peoples needs do all good to the manufacturer…. dont u guyz think tht ua hurtin the feelings of tht indians… by not releasing here first… and this can even spoil the morale of the people… guys cumon…. learn… grow up guyzzz… dont be a dumbjacks ….be an INDIAN

  12. Vikram H

    This so called Bullet classic is a SHAM of a bullet. Without CI engine, 4-speed RIGHT side gears, Contact break ignition etc it is simply NOT a real Bullet! It is basically just a different version of the Electra .. one can say it just a looks a bit like the Bullet of 1951 etc but it is very much an Electra with a different name that’s all.
    Why the hell did RE have to discontinue the proud Standard 350 — that had made the brand so popular world wide.. ?? Has the company gone mad, and is trying its best to destroy itself? I strongly think so.

  13. satinder

    This so called Bullet classic is a SHAM of a bullet. Without CI engine, 4-speed RIGHT side gears, Contact break ignition etc it is simply NOT a real Bullet! It is basically just a different version of the Electra .. one can say it just a looks a bit like the Bullet of 1951 etc but it is very much an Electra with a different name that’s all.
    Why the hell did RE have to discontinue the proud Standard 350 – that had made the brand so popular world wide.. ?? Has the company gone mad, and is trying its best to destroy itself? I strongly think so.

  14. indian

    i dont want to tell any more. be PROVED TO BE AN INDIAN
    LIVE LIKE A LEAGEND….
    DO FOR INDIA AND DIE FOR INDIA

  15. Asit

    Must bike hai

  16. vinay m traveller

    i am planning to by classic……..n it shoud b right side gear rooof

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