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Continental GT

Average Rating Based on 107 Review(s) :

4.32

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The Royal Enfield Continental GT is the lightest, fastest, most powerful Royal Enfield in production. It’s a machine with a story, a nod to motorcycling’s finest hour; a painstaking collaboration. It is also the best expression yet of a cultural phenomenon that has simply refused to fade away - the café racer.

Experience the new Continental GT

  • Engine
    Engine

    Fuel Injected 535cc unit Construction Engine, 29.1 bhp power, 44Nm torque, lighter flywheel along-with improved power-to-weight ratio gives the Continental GT that extra responsiveness, punch and agility

  • Seat
    Seat

    Crouched and close yet ergonomic riding posture for sporty, effortless maneuverability and a fun ride. The sculpted seat with contrast stitching allows you to gather accurate feedback from the road.

  • Exhaust
    Exhaust

    Tweaked Exhaust for superior performance and the signature engine roar.

  • Tank
    Tank

    The chiseled fuel tank is recessed to tuck in the knees and get the sporty ergonomic riding stance. New age technology and traditional Royal Enfield heritage has been mated seamlessly thus making the Continental GT looks fantastic while riding or parked; and it’s bound to put a smile on your face anytime you lay eyes on it.

  • Front tyre
    Front tyre

    The 100/90 x 18 inch Pirelli sport demon tyre used on the front is completely new mounted on a lightweight but strong hub. This allows the riders to confidently ride on the road and the track, whatever the choice.

  • Brakes
    Brakes

    The braking is handled by a massive 300mm floating disc up front from Brembo and a matched 240mm disc is used at the rear.

  • Cluster
    Cluster

    Sleek backlit instrument cluster so you’ll know exactly when you do the Ton in day or night in analog and digital

  • ECU
    ECU

    The ECU has been re-mapped for enhanced performance and is more responsive than before.

  • Foot rest
    Foot rest

    Foot rests and controls placed further back for a sporty riding position in sync with traditional Café Racer styling.

  • Frame
    Frame

    Nimble, flex-free double cradle frame for superior rigidity and razor-sharp handling that makes the Continental GT respond naturally and instantaneously to the body. An expert or beginner can have a lot of fun whether on a race track or on their favorite set of ‘twisties’. This all new frame has been designed in consultation with Harris performance providing...

  • Front Mudguard
    Front Mudguard

    Stylish lightweight cropped front mudguard co-ordinated with a matching rear one.

  • Handle Bar
    Handle Bar

    This drastically different seat and adjustable clip on handlebars are intended to allow the rider to spread himself across the tank, really becoming one with the ride.

  • Rear tyre
    Rear tyre

    The 130/70 x 18 inch Pirelli sport demon tyre doing duty at the back is completely new with lightweight and strong hub and wider rim. This allows the riders to confidently ride on the road and the track, whatever the choice.

  • Suspension
    Suspension

    The front gets revised shock absorbers with new internals, and features a traditional fork brace.  On the rear exists matched gas charged shock absorbers from Paioli.

Design legend Pierre Terblanche joins Royal Enfield
Being one of the most iconic names in the Indian automobile industry, Royal Enfield has created yet more buzz following their announcement that Pierre Terblanche - one of the most famous motorcycle designers in the world - will be joining the company
Posted On: Tue, December 2, 2014Source: Auto X
The Fastest Enfield.
A Royal Enfield Continental GT ridden by Nadine de Freitas and modified by ace tuner Matt Capri has broken the land speed record in the 500cc MPPS category.
Posted On: Mon, September 29, 2014Source: AUTOCAR
Bullet 500, the first choice of machos.
Royal Enfield has always been a symbol of luxury and pride in the Indian two-wheeler industry.
Posted On: Tue, September 23, 2014Source: City Express
Royal Enfield unveils new accessory range.
Royal Enfield unveiled a preview of its new apparel and accessory range at Goodwood Revival this weekend.
Posted On: Tue, September 23, 2014Source: VisorDown
WWII rider despatched to Goodwood on Royal Enfield duty.
Royal Enfield can trace its roots back as far as the late 19th century when the Enfield Manufacturing Company was formed in Redditch, Worcestershire.
Posted On: Tue, September 23, 2014Source: MotoringResearch
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Average Rating Based on 107 Review(s)

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Mar 28, 2017
Prath

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So far so good. I must say Head Turner Bike. ??

Prath's review after using this product for 2000 KM. He uses his bike for Commuting

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Mar 24, 2017
new india

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La experiencia de conducir esta moto es brutal. Es como darle gas a un pedazo de historia. Estoy encantado con ella

new india 's review after using this product for 8000 KM. He uses his bike for desplazamientos

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Mar 19, 2017
Ajay

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Overall good bike for inter-city commuting and racing. Not recommendable for touring.

Ajay's review after using this product for 4000 KM. He uses his bike for Commuting

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Mar 18, 2017
Mani

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Better

Mani's review after using this product for 1500 KM. He uses his bike for Adventure

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Feb 26, 2017
Varun

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Powerfully bike. Needs ABS and more bhp

Varun's review after using this product for 4000 KM. He uses his bike for Commuting

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Continental GT

engine

TypeSingle Cylinder, 4 stroke, Air cooled
Displacement535 cc
Bore x stroke87mm x 90mm
Compression Ratio8.5:1
Maximum Power29.1 bhp @ 5100 rpm
Maximum Torque44 Nm @ 4000 rpm
Ignition SystemDigital Electronic Ignition
ClutchWet, multi-plate
Gearbox5 Speed Constant Mesh
LubricationWet sump
Engine Oil15 W 50 API, SL Grade & above, JASO MA
Fuel SupplyElectronic Fuel Injection
Air CleanerPaper Element
Engine StartElectric & Kick

chassis & suspension

TypeTwin downtube cradle frame
Front suspensionTelescopic, 41mm forks, 110mm travel
Rear suspensionPaioli,Twin gas charged shock absorbers with adjustable preload, 80mm travel

dimensions

Wheelbase1360 mm
Ground Clearance140 mm
Length2060 mm
Width760mm ( Without Mirrors)
Height1070mm ( Without Mirrors)
Seat Height800mm
Kerb Weight184 Kgs
Fuel Capacity13.5 Ltrs

brakes & tyres

Tyres Fr.100/90-18, 56 H Pirelli Sport Demon
Tyres Rr.130/70-18, 63 H Pirelli Sport Demon
Brakes FrontBrembo 300mm Floating disc, Brembo 2-Piston floating caliper
Brakes Rear240mm Disc, Single piston floating caliper

electricals

Electrical System12 volt - DC
Battery12 volt, 14 Ah
Head Lamp60 / 55 W
Tail Lamp21W/5W
Turn Signal Lamp-