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Royal Enfield Himalayan, Meteor 350 lose Tripper navigation as commonplace | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

The Bluetooth-enabled Tripper navigation pod was earlier supplied as commonplace fitment on each RE bikes, however is obtainable as an non-obligatory additional now.

Royal Enfield is now not providing the Tripper navigation pod as commonplace fitment on the Himalayan and Meteor 350. The corporate says that this transfer has been taken as a step to fight the continued semiconductor scarcity that’s plaguing the business.

The Tripper, nevertheless, shall be supplied as an non-obligatory additional and might be added to those two bikes on the time of reserving by way of the corporate’s ‘Make it Yours’ configurator. At this second in time, nevertheless, the Tripper stays out of inventory at the same time as an non-obligatory additional on the configurator, hinting on the seriousness of the chip scarcity.

On account of this exclusion, the Meteor has obtained a worth revision, and now prices roughly Rs 4,000 lower than earlier than. Costs begin at Rs 2.01 lakh for the bottom Fireball variant, and go as much as Rs 2.17 lakh for the range-topping Supernova model. The Himalayan although, has not obtained any change in worth, and continues to be priced between Rs 2.15 lakh-2.22 lakh (all costs ex-showroom, Delhi).

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