The Royal Enfield models are waiting to be shifted to dealerships across the country
The strict BS-IV emission norms had hit the Indian market on 2017 April 1 and from there onwards registration of BS-III vehicles were completely banned. Due to the country's new emission laws, the automobile makers were forced to withdraw the BS-III equipped two-wheelers and cars from the Indian market. The Himalayan and Continental GT were such models from the Royal Enfield family, which had stopped its sale from the April 1st and waiting for an engine update. Now the good news is that the duo is all set for a second entry in the country.
According to our sources in the RE, a bulk volume of BS-IV compliant Continental GT and Himalayan is ready to get transported across the country. The production is at a full swing from the last two months and they are claimed to have sorted all the complaints of the models. For the time being, the company is distributing only test drive models to the dealerships. However, in some South Indian states, the units have already arrived and waiting for the approval from State Road Transport Organisation. In such case, the Enfield will be selling the models from the mid of August or early September ahead of the festival season.
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