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    Royal Enfield Fury : A new RE for UK

    Thursday, November 25, 2010


    Royal Enfield will showcase its new Fury model at UK’s Carole Nash Motorcycle Live Show at the Birmingham’s NEC (National Exhibition Centre) from Nov. 27 to Dec. 5, 2010.

    According to speculation, the Fury’s heart is based on the recently launched Royal Enfield Bullet Classic 499 cc, air-cooled, single cylinder engine that produces 27.2 bhp at 5,250 rpm of peak power and 41.3 Nm at 4,000 rpm of peak torque.

    Some others report that the Fury’s engine is based on the Electra Twinspark model’s 350 cc engine that produces 19.8 bhp at 5,250 rpm of peak power and 28 Nm at 4,000 rpm. We will get the exact specifications in a couple of days once Royal Enfield official launches Fury at the NEC.


    Fury is an answer to young motorcycle enthusiasts and stays apart from its classic retro styled motorcycles meant for mature buyers. Fury gets a racing inspired design, wider bars, redesigned seat units, chrome headlight, chrome indicators and twin exhausts. The pricing of the Royal Enfield Fury will be revealed at the NEC show.

    While the Fury is meant for the UK market, the company may also consider other markets such as U.S. and India. But, Fury will be subjected to different opinions because, Royal Enfield is attempting to address a new bunch of customers and it is a breakaway from its classic retro styled models for which it is always associated with.


    This is not Royal Enfield’s first brush with the brand Fury. About two decades ago, Royal Enfield sold the Enfield Fury in the Indian market. But that bike was a 175 cc two stroke motorcycle that was quite popular with “powerbike” enthusiasts in India at that time. It was in direct competition with Escorts Rajdoot 175.

    Enfield also sold other lower capacity motorcycles and mopeds in India – such as the Explorer (a 50 cc motorcycle) and the Mofa (a 22 cc moped, that did not need a driving license or registration).


    According to the official press release the Fury will “appeal to a younger and more image-conscious customer base” than any other Enfield model.

    Pricing and availability will be announced at Motorcycle Live (stand R510), which opens on 27th November 2010.

    It will be interesting to see how a higher capacity Fury would perform.



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    8 comments
    1. jeff Said,

      Its a funny looking bike. I do like it.

      Posted on 7:33:00 AM

       
    2. nikhil Said,

      Honestly speaking, Did not like the design a bit. RE is known for it's Macho appeal and this is not at all Macho or sturdy.
      A thumbs down from me.

      Posted on 7:34:00 AM

       
    3. sack12 Said,

      For the right price I'd be tempted especially if the the second hand prices are as low as there other models I'll just have to wait and see ( I'd have to get rid of the silly name though).

      Posted on 7:36:00 AM

       
    4. harsh Said,

      why there's a dual exhaust & for what reason?

      Posted on 7:36:00 AM

       
    5. satyen Said,

      neat looking bike... love retro looks

      Posted on 7:37:00 AM

       
    6. dave st Said,

      a rear tyre just a tad larger would completly improve the look of this bike i think,nice to see them doing something different

      Posted on 7:38:00 AM

       
    7. prashant Said,

      OMG!! this bike looks amazing!!

      Posted on 7:39:00 AM

       
    8. steve Said,

      Doesn't Honda already own that name?

      Posted on 8:17:00 AM

       

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