Royal Enfield: Royal Enfield is one of the best two-wheeler manufacturers in the country. Every guy has a dream of owning an RE once in his lifetime. Royal Enfield has numerous options available in its portfolio, ranging from 350 cc to 650 cc. People mostly go for the 350cc options. There are several options available in this segment which sometimes makes it very difficult for people to choose between the options. There are four bikes in this segment, the Hunter 350, Classic 350, Bullet 350 and Meteor 350. If you are also planning to get a 350cc RE but are confused about which one to go for, then do read this article to clear your doubts.
Royal Enfield: Which one to Buy?
Royal Enfield Hunter 350
|Engine displacement||349.34 cc|
The Hunter 350 is powered by a 349cc air-cooled engine. The engine is coupled to a five-speed gearbox and provides a maximum power and torque output of 20.2PS and 27Nm. The petrol tank on the bike is 13 litres.
The semi-digital instrument cluster from the Royal Enfield Scram 411 is utilised on the Royal Enfield Hunter 350, which also incorporates a Tripper navigation pod as an option. The instrument cluster displays typical information along with a clock, gear position indicator, and Eco mode indicator. Nonetheless, there is no distance to empty or real-time efficiency indication.
Beginning at Rs. 1,49,900 and going up to Rs. 1,71,900, the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is priced in India.
Royal Enfield Classic 350
|Engine displacement||349.34 cc|
The Classic 350 is powered by a single-cylinder, 349cc air-cooled engine that produces 20.2PS and 27Nm. It gets a new fuel map to match its laid-back nature. The Classic 350 weighs 195 kg (kerb) and has a fuel capacity of 13 litres.
The semi-digital instrument panel for the Royal Enfield Classic 350 has an analogue speedometer and warning lights. The vehicle receives a digital insert that includes trip metres, fuel gauges, clocks, odometers, and eco indications. It also incorporates a smartphone-compatible turn-by-turn navigation pod (available exclusively on Chrome variants). The switchgear is identical to that of the Meteor 350, complete with vintage rotary switches and a USB port.
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 has a starting price of Rs. 1.90 lakh and a maximum price of Rs. 2.21 lakh. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is available in six different models.
Royal Enfield Bullet 350
|Engine displacement||346 cc|
The Bullet 350 BS6 is powered by the 346cc air-cooled, fuel-injected, Classic 350 BS6 engine. It has 19.3PS and 28Nm with a 5-speed gearbox.
In comparison to other motorcycles, the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has few features. In an analogue instrument cluster, only the speed and odometer are displayed. There is no fuel gauge or trip readout. The classic ammeter has been replaced by an engine check bulb and a low fuel warning light. The motorcycle comes standard with a single-channel ABS.
The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 costs between Rs. 1.55 lakh and Rs. 1.63 lakh in India.
Royal Enfield Meteor 350
|Engine displacement||349 cc|
The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is powered by a 349cc, single-cylinder, BS6.2-compliant, fuel-injected engine producing 20.2PS and 27Nm. The mill is powered by a five-speed gearbox.
The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 has several characteristics that have never been seen on a Royal Enfield before. The bike comes equipped with a Tripper navigation pod that is powered by Google Maps and allows for smartphone connectivity, allowing for turn-by-turn guidance. A USB charging outlet on the left switchgear, an LED taillight and a circular LED DRL running around the halogen headlamp unit finish out the features.
The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 pricing in India starts at Rs. 2,03,089 and goes up to Rs. 2,25,533.