Tripper Navigation Now An Option On Royal Enfield Meteor 350, Himalayan
Royal Enfield has made a feature revision to the new Meteor 350 and the Himalayan adventure bike with the deletion of the Tripper Navigation system. In a statement, the company said,”The ongoing global semiconductor shortage continues to pose a challenge for the automotive industry at large. Also read: Royal Enfield Partners With Alpinestars To Launch New Range Of Riding Gear
The tripper navigation pod is now available an option on the Meteor 350 and the Himalayan The feature change came into effect from May 1 and is already reflected in the company's configurator with the Meteor 350 now displayed with only a singular offset instrument pod on the handlebar. Also read: Two-Wheeler Sales April 2022: Royal Enfield Registers 10 Per Cent Rise As Sales Stabilise
With the company calling it a temporary measure one can expect the feature to be made available as standard again once the semiconductor shortage situation improves. The company has also said that it has hiked the booking amount for its made to order models though the company has not revealed a booking amount.
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