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Royal Enfield Bullet 650 Spotted: Revving Up Excitement for Its Imminent Launch

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It's widely known that Royal Enfield has been developing three fresh models based on its 650cc engine platform. Now, the anticipation reaches new heights as whispers emerge of the Royal Enfield Bullet 650, spotted for the first time in India and set to grace the streets of Nepal shortly. The test mule of the 650 cc has been spotted recently. The overall aesthetic closely resembles that of the Classic 650 and bears a striking resemblance to the smaller 350cc Bullet and Classic variants. The bike will also make its official debut in the Nepalese market soon. 

 The Bullet and Classic 650 are set to use the same frame, underpinnings and feature set much like the smaller 350cc models do. The fresh 650cc twin-cylinder powerplant is expected to maintain its output of 47 horsepower and 52 Newton-meters of torque, mirroring the specifications found in the existing four models currently available. The motorcycle will come equipped with both front and rear disc brakes, complemented by a dual-channel ABS  for enhanced safety and control. It's expected that the suspension setup will bear similarities to that of the Meteor 650. 

Drawing inspiration from its heritage, the Bullet 650 will retain the timeless design cues that have made it an icon. Just like Super Meteor and Shotgun 650, the upcoming Classic 650, the Bullet 650’s will incorporate identical features. These include fully LED lighting, a semi-digital instrument cluster, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, a scooped seat, and various other elements. The bike's dimensions, encompassing fuel tank capacity and mileage, will be disclosed shortly. It is also set to come with a 19-inch wheel up front and a 16-inch wheel at the rear.

Amidst the development of numerous new models across various displacements and engine setups, there remains uncertainty regarding the specific timeline for the arrival of the Bullet 650 in the Nepalese market. Once launched, this bike will be positioned above the 650 twins and below the Shotgun 650. The expected price of the Royal Enfield Bullet 650 in Nepal is approximately NRs. 8.00 Lakhs or higher. From epic road trips to off-road escapades, the Bullet 650 promises to be the ultimate companion for those who live to ride. 

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