Features list of the all-new Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650


The all-new Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 is a proper retro cruiser, it resembles a low stance like its 350cc sibling and has 135mm of ground clearance which is a bit less. Its teardrop-shaped fuel tank, Round headlight, and bulky fenders fully fit its cruiser character. It also comes with all-LED illumination which is seen for the first time by an Indian bike maker. Super Meteor has 7 colors on offer differing upon variants.


All-new Super Meteor uses the same 648cc air/oil-cooled parallel twin engine from their other 650cc motorcycles, and identically the power and torque figures remain the same as 47ps and 52.3 Nm mated with the same 6-speed gearbox.

Fuel and Economy

Super Meteor 650 has a 15.7 litre of the fuel tank, which biggest amongst Royal Enfield’s 650cc line-up. We can expect fuel economy of about 25-30 kmpl by keeping their other 650cc siblings in mind.  

Brakes & Tyres

Stopping power comes from a 320mm Disc at the front and a 300 mm Disc at the rear with dual-channel ABS. The bike runs on a pair of 19/16 inch alloy wheel setups gripped with Ceat tubeless tires.

Other Features

The Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 comes with a semi-digital instrument console same as the Meteor 350 which shows information like- distance to an empty, clock, trip meter, and odometer.

Super Meteor shares rotary-style switchgear with J-platform bikes but specifically, it is of cast aluminum unit for this bike.

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