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Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Check Out The Price, Design, And Other Information Regarding Royal Enfield’s Most Affordable Bike

Royal Enfield Hunter 350: The Hunter 350 roadster will be Royal Enfield’s upcoming significant introduction. The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has been spotted at what appears to be a stockyard, which is either that of the manufacturer or a dealership, indicating that production has started.

At the bottom of the motorcycle lineup, the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is anticipated to be the company’s entry-level model. It is around 15-20 kg thinner and lighter than comparable Royal Enfields, which should make it fairly nimble.

The spy photo shows the narrow fuel tank with noticeable knee recesses, a wide handlebar, regular mirrors, a short exhaust, disc brakes on both wheels, alloy wheels, telescopic front forks, twin rear shock absorbers, plenty of ground clearance, an offset instrument cluster, a round headlamp, and some borrowed parts. For instance, the turn signals, switchgear, and tail lamp appear to be shared with the Meteor while the brake lever appears to be lifted from the Himalayan.

The new J-Series engine that made its debut in the Meteor will be used in the Hunter 350. The 350cc single cylinder four stroke engine will be combined with a 5 speed manual transmission and have a 20.2 Bhp-27 Nm output.

The Yezdi Scrambler, TVS Ronin, and Honda CB 350 RS are just a few of the recently released neo-retro motorcycles that the Hunter 350 will compete against. The new entry-level Royal Enfield is anticipated to cost between Rs. 1.6 and 1.7 lakh ex-showroom. The launch is soon to take place.

According to leaked homologation paperwork, the Hunter 350 will be 2,055 mm long, 800 mm wide, and 1,055 mm tall. It should be the most favourable Royal Enfield in town due to its 1,370 mm wheelbase.

This suggests a frame that has been completely redesigned as well as a swing arm that is shorter than on other Royal Enfields. The Hunter’s single, upward-sloping seat, a la the Yezdi Scrambler, is pretty distinctive for a Royal Enfield and should contribute to its young appeal.

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