New Royal Enfield Bullet 350 launched; prices start at Rs 1.74 lakh
Chennai-based two-wheeler manufacturer Royal Enfield has launched the all-new Bullet 350 in India with prices starting at Rs 1,73,562 (ex-showroom). With this generation update, the iconic motorcycle features a new platform and engine. however, it still largely remains identical to its predecessor in terms of design. Notably, the new-gen Bullet 350 is available in three variants and five distinctive colour options.
New Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Launched: Design and Colours
As mentioned earlier, the new generation Bullet 350 retains the familiar styling similar to its predecessors. But there is a fresh Royal Enfield logo on the fuel tank and a new Bullet 350 badge on the side panels. The key highlights include a redesigned fuel tank, a round headlight, a new single-piece seat, a long side-slung exhaust, and spoke wheels. Unlike the previous model, the new Bullet 350 comes with distinctive colour elements depending on the variants, such as chrome or black, especially powder coated components. What also varies are pinstripes on the fuel tank. For reference, while the mid-spec variant gets gold-painted pinstripes, the range-topping variant come with coppa pinstripes. Further, Royal Enfield now offers the all-new Bullet 350 in five paint schemes: Military Black, Military Red, Maroon, Black, and Black Gold.
New Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Engine, power outputs, and gearbox
The next generation Bullet 350 comes powered by a new 349cc, single-cylinder, air/oil-cooled J-series engine, which also powers the other Royal Enfield motorcycles, such as the Meteor 350, Classic 350, and Hunter 350. Paired with a five-speed gearbox, this motor generates 20.2PS and 27Nm of torque.
New Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Features and specifications
With the new generation model, Royal Enfield's new Bullet 350 gains a handful of modern features, such as a traditional analogue cluster with an LCD display to show additional information. What is more, it gets a USB charging port to charge a phone.
In terms of hardware, the latest-gen Bullet 350 comes with telescopic front forks, a dual-spring rear suspension setup, a single-disc brake at the front and rear, and a 19-inch front tyre and an 18-inch rear tyre. Moreover, the bike maker offers three years or 30,000km of standard warranty on the motorcycle.
New Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Ex-showroom pricing
While the prices of the new Royal Enfield Bullet 350 start at Rs 1,73,562, the mid-spec variant cost Rs 1,97,436. Whereas, the top-spec variant is priced at Rs 2,15,801. In comparison, the prices of the previous generation Bullet 350 ranged between Rs 1.51 lakh (ex-showroom) and 1.69 lakh (ex-showroom).
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