Royal Enfield Continental GT Review

Royal Enfield is a popular Indian two wheeler manufacturer which has manufactured and marketed numbers of renowned motorbikes like Royal Enfield Bullet Classic 350, Royal Enfield Bullet Classic 500. The same company, giving continuity to the trend of manufacturing motorbikes, released a new two-wheeler, the Royal Enfield Continental.

The Royal Enfield Continental looks much more stylish than the Bullet Series because of its body design. The Continental too is featured with single person seat and no any extra seat can be added later which is possible in the Bullet Series. The fuel tank of the motorbike too looks bigger than the Bullet. The bike, further, is equipped with classic round headlight and round meter console.

Moreover, the Continental has got the height and weight of 1070 mm and 2060 mm respectively. Also, the bike possesses wideness of 760 mm having the weight of 184 kg. Further, the front wheel maintains the gap of 1360 mm with the rear wheel and the bike is 140 mm far from the ground.

Furthermore, Royal Enfield has powered the motorbike with 4 stroke, air cooled engine. The particular engine is capable of producing maximum power and maximum torque of 29.1 bhp and 44 Nm respectively along with displacement of 535 cc. Besides, the bike is equipped with telescopic 41 mm forks, 110 mm travel front suspension and paioli, twin gas charged rear suspension.

Besides, Royal Enfield has been exporting Continental in Nepal under the dealership of Dugar Automobiles Private Limited.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 7,21,000


 Body Type



 184 kg


 2060 mm


 1070 mm
 760 mm


 1360 mm

 Ground Clearance

 140 mm




 13.5 liters

 Engine Type

 4 Stroke, Air cooled

 Maximum Power

 29.1 bhp

 Maximum Torque

 44 Nm


 535 cc

 Box X Stroke

 87 x 90 mm

 Starting System


 Final Drive




 Front Suspension

 Telescopic, 41mm forks, 110mm travel

 Rear Suspension

 Paioli,Twin gas charged shock absorbers

 Front Tyre

 100/90-18, 56 H Pirelli Sport Demon

Rear Tyre

 130/70-18, 63 H Pirelli Sport Demon



 Front Brake


 Rear Brake






 No. of Gears



 Wet Multi-plate


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