The upcoming twin will replace it.

The Continental GT 535 was discontinued in India some time ago but continued to be sold overseas. Now, Royal Enfield has pulled the plug on it. The single-cylinder cafe racer will still be available for a few more months though.

A new parallel twin Continental GT 650 will replace this bike sometime around October or November. Expect both GT bikes to come with competitive price tags, somewhere around Rs 4 lakh or lower is possible. This would mean it would be significantly cheaper than any other twin cylinder motorcycle of a similar capacity.

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