Royal Enfield has launched another new motorcycle this year after the Scrum 411. The name of this new bike of Royal Enfield is Hunter 350. The company launched the Hunter 350 in August. In Bangkok laughter, Siddharth Lal introduced the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 to the world in a very special way during a TVC shoot, which has long been talked about as the company’s most affordable motorcycle. In this way, it has become the second most affordable bike of the company. The new bike gets the same engine and platform as the new Classic 350 and Meteor 350. While its look is similar to the Neo-Retro Tourer and Scrambler bike. Let’s know the complete details of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350.
Variants and Colour Options
Talking about the variants and colour options of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350, this motorcycle can be offered in variants like Hunter Metro, Hunter Retro, and Hunter 350 Metro Rebel. The Hunter Retro will be offered in colour options like Factory Silver and Factory Black. On the other hand, the Hunter Metro will be offered in colour options like Dapper White, Dapper Ash and Dapper Grey. Hunter Metro Rebel can be offered in colours like Rebel Red, Rebel Blue and Rebel Black.
Hunter 350 Engine
The new Royal Enfield bike is powered by a 349 cc J-Series engine, which is also available in the Classic 350 and Meteor 350. The company claims that the engine has been tuned according to the nature of the bike. The Royal Enfield Hunter produces 20.2 Bhp at 6,100 rpm and 27 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. The bike has a top speed of 114 kmph, while its mileage is expected to be 36.2 kmpl and is mated to a 5-speed transmission.
Hunter 350 Look & Features
Now let us tell you about the look, features and variants of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350, then it has a round shape headlamp, LED taillamp, round shape indicator, single piece seat, dual channel ABS, and 300. Exterior features like mm front disc brake, drum rear brake, plastic side box, 17-inch spoke alloy wheels, 150 mm ground clearance, teardrop-shaped fuel tank, telescopic front forks and rear monoshock along with features like tripper navigation can also be seen. can. Royal Enfield has equipped the Hunter 350 with the same semi-digital instrument console as seen in the Scrum 411, with a tripper pod as an optional accessory. For safety, it is equipped with dual-channel ABS as standard.
The Bike Will Be a Little Lighter
The Hunter 350 will be slightly shorter in height and length than both the Meteor and the Classic. Apart from this, the wheelbase of this bike will also be shortened by 1,370 mm. The Classic has a wheelbase of 1,390mm, while the Meteor has a wheelbase of 1,400mm. Not only will the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 be smaller, but it will also weigh 180 kg, which will be slightly lighter than its counterpart motorcycles. The smaller dimensions and lighter weight will make the Hunter more comfortable to ride.
Hunter 350 Suspension & Brakes
You get telescopic forks with dual shock absorbers. Among its sportiness are 17-inch spoke or alloy wheels that are either tubeless or wrapped in tube tires, depending on the version you choose. For braking, the Hunter 350 gets a 300 mm disc at the front and a 270 mm disc at the rear.
Hunter 350 Rivals
The Hunter 350 primarily rivals the Jawa 42 2.1 and the Honda CB350RS. Once here, it will rival the Bajaj-Triumph motorcycle as well.
Hunter 350 Price
Royal Enfield has finally launched the much-awaited Hunter 350 in India at a price of Rs 1,49,900 (ex-showroom Delhi).
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