Royal Enfield buried its flags on foreign ground, and these bikes have sold well

Royal Enfield, the country’s premier show bike maker, has fans worldwide. Royal Enfield recently announced that the company had become the best-selling midsize motorcycle brand in New Zealand earlier this month. In the road bike segment, Royal Enfield is projected to grow by nearly 60 percent in 2020 compared to last year.

Royal Enfield recently expanded its network to Australia and New Zealand, and currently, Royal Enfield has 47 stores in both countries. The company’s retail footprint in the Asia Pacific region is up nearly 50 percent in FY20. Chennai-based Royal Enfield recently launched the Meteor 350 and the limited edition Classic 500 Tribute Black in Australia and New Zealand.

Royal Enfield’s Business Head (APAC) Vimal Sumbali said, “This is the beginning of our journey. We hope to get even better feedback from customers, which will help us set new standards.”

These bikes accelerated:

Let us tell you that Royal Enfield’s popularity increased globally when the company launched the Interceptor 650 and the Continental GT 650 in 2018. The new 650cc parallel-twin engine is very popular in international markets. In addition, the Himalayan model has been picked up by thousands of touring and off-road fans around the world.

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