2019 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 and Bullet 350 ES get new colours in India - priced Rs 1.12 lakh
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 and the Bullet 350 ES get new gloss colour schemes on offer. Both the motorcycle will sport six new colours - silver, blue, black and red (there will be two shades of blue and black on offer). The prices for the new variants start at Rs 1.12 lakh ex-showroom India and the bookings for the same have already commenced.
The update remains skin deep and the motorcycle will mechanically stay the same. The 350cc air-cooled engine that's seen on the 350 range of Royal Enfield will continue to source power to the updated Bullet. The power figures will be the same as before 20PS at 5,250rpm and 28Nm at 4,000rpm. The gearbox on offer will be the same five-speed unit. The braking system will now be updated with a single-channel ABS (antilock braking system). The suspension units are the same telescopic forks in the front and dual shock-absorber in the rear.
Also, the company inaugurated 250 retail stores pan India today. And plans on opening 250 more in the next quarter of 2019. All the 250 stores were inaugurated by retired army personnel.
Speaking about the launch of the new Studio Stores and the new Bullet motorcycles, Vinod K Dasari, CEO, Royal Enfield, said, "It has been our constant endeavour to build greater accessibility for discerning customers and widen our footprint in India. We have witnessed significant demand across smaller towns and cities which are showing tremendous potential for growth and are soon becoming a huge market for a middle-weight motorcycle segment. motorcycling aspirants in these towns are quickly catching on the trend of leisure motorcycling. With an intent to significantly expand our reach and build a robust network into these towns and cities, we are happy to announce the launch of 250 new Royal Enfield Studio Stores. We have definite plans to increase this further by the end of this fiscal."
Starts Rs 1,30,764
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