Royal Enfield builds motorcycles since the First World War and its models served many soldiers on the battlefield. Needless to say that Royal Enfield’s motorcycles had a rugged character and were reliable to the core, two attributes that made them perfectly suited for the harsh playground of the war.

Fortunately the company managed to survive until our days and its new bikes are as rugged and reliable as their predecessors.

The Royal Enfield Bullet C5 Chrome features the bold, award-winning design of the Bullet C5 Classic, which is considered by many like a magical link between past and present. Compared the standard Bullet C5 Classic, the Royal Enfield Bullet C5 Chrome received a complete chrome treatment which gives it a distinctive look.

At the heart of the motorcycle lies a single cylinder, 4-stroke, spark ignition, air cooled, OHV engine with a capacity of 499 cc. The engine is rated at 27.5 BHP and 41.3 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Royal Enfield Bullet C5 Chrome.

  • 2013 Royal Enfield Bullet C5 Chrome
  • Year:
    2013
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    Single cylinder, 4-stroke, spark ignition, air cooled, OHV
  • Transmission:
    Constant Mesh 5-Speed with Wet Multiplate Clutch
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    27 @ 4000
  • Torque @ RPM:
    30 @ 4000
  • Energy:
    Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
  • Displacement:
    499 cc
  • Price:
    6895

Overview

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With the bold, award-winning design of the Bullet C5 Classic, Royal Enfield blurred the barriers between past and present.

The new, limited edition Bullet C5 Chrome takes the show-stopping aesthetic of the Bullet C5 even further with a stunning splash of chrome that make the bike even more impossible to ignore.

Features

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  • Limited Edition
  • Chrome fenders and tank with hand-painted pinstripes and accents
  • New, low maintenance, fully-integrated unit engine
  • Show-stopping two-tone design
  • Single-saddle seat with springs
  • Incredible 85 mpg fuel economy*
  • Industry-leading 2 year, unlimited-mileage manufacturer warranty

Specifications

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Engine Single cylinder, 4-stroke, spark ignition, air cooled, OHV
Cubic Capacity 499 cc
Engine Output/Torque 27.5 BHP, 41.3 Nm @ 4000 rpm
Fuel System Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
Electrical 12V System; Headlamp 60/55W; Tail lamp 21/5W
Ignition Electronic
Transmission Constant Mesh 5-Speed with Wet Multiplate Clutch
Suspension Gas-filled shock absorbers
Brakes- Front 280mm Disc brake
Brakes- Rear 152mm Drum brake
Tires - Front 90 x 90 - 18 in
Tires - Rear 110 x 80 - 18 in
Dimension - L x W x B 85in x 32in x 42in
Wheel Base 54 inches
Weight (Wet) 412 lbs

Quotes

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Totalmotorcycle ---- "The Royal Enfield Classic Chrome is based on the Classic 500 with a rather generous dose of chrome on it. Like the Classic 500, the new Classic Chrome retains the quintessential classic British styling of the 1950s: simple, harmonious, well proportioned. The Chrome sports a seat with a leather finish and adds to the visual appeal of the motorcycle. Built of old-fashioned metal, in clean elegant lines of Chrome combined with a rich paint finish the design of the Royal Enfield Classic Chrome is a tribute to the retro look of post war British motorcycles."

Motorcycle-usa ---- "Our journey began on the curvy roads of New Hampshire where we found the slim, light Classic Chrome to be a very nimble bike. With a fairly low center of gravity, compact rider’s triangle and a claimed curb weight of a paltry 412 pounds, it doesn’t take much to toss the Royal Enfield around. Transitioning is quick and effort is minimal. Turn-in on the Classic Chrome is predictable and while it doesn’t necessarily carve turns, its can hold a line without much input at the bars. "

Motorcyclecruiser ---- "I really am having a ball on this thing. Sure it’s slower than the speed of smell, but it’s a hoot to ride, and the more I get to know it, the better I like it. I’ve taken one 175-mile round trip on it too, so don’t think I’m just puttering around town on the little bugger. Surprisingly the trip took about the same amount of time as it would have on any of my larger bikes, and I was just as comfortable, so maybe size really doesn’t matter."

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