Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Since announcing the next Bullet 350, the domestic two-wheeler maker Royal Enfield has dominated the news. Due to the bike’s frequent sightings throughout the testing phase, several details have been made public. There are now rumours that the company will officially reveal the price information on September 1.
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 powertrain details
The older 346cc UCE engine that has powered the Bullet 350 since 2010 will be replaced by Royal Enfield‘s new 349cc J-platform engine. Although the output numbers have not yet been disclosed, it is anticipated to receive around the same 20 hp power and 27 Nm torque as the other models of the firm.
Expected design details
It’s interesting that the future model will have a single-seat design and a round halogen headlamp. The fuel tank’s pinstripe detailing from the first teaser is still present, and a new tail lamp—borrowed from the Classic 350—will also be seen.
According to reports, the Classic 350 and the new-generation Bullet 350 would both use the same chassis as a base for their respective motorcycles. The suspension and braking systems will also be the same in both variants. The front suspension will have 41 mm telescopic forks, and the rear suspension will have twin shock absorbers with six stages of adjustability.
Expected price in India
Speaking of costs, they will rise by roughly Rs 10,000–12,000 for the new Bullet 350 in comparison to the outgoing model. Royal Enfield can, however, offer it at aggressive rates after facing competition from the new Triumph and Harley-Davidson models on the market. Before the company’s introduction of the Hunter 350 last year, it served as the entry-level model. Nevertheless, it’s anticipated that the revised Bullet 350 will have pricing that falls somewhere between that of the Hunter 350 and the Classic 350.