Latest Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Price - Mileage, Images, Colours

Royal Enfield Hunter 350

About  Royal Enfield Hunter 350

The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is a cruiser bike available in India at a starting price of Rs.1,49,900. It is available in 3 variants and 8 colors and the price of the top variant starts from Rs 1,71,196. Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is powered by a 349.34cc BS6 engine that develops 20.2 bhp power and 27 Nm torque. Along with the front disc and rear drum brake, the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 comes with an anti-locking braking system. The curb weight of this Hunter 350 bike is 177 kg and the fuel tank capacity is 13 liters.

The Royal Enfield Hunter has been launched in India, and it takes on the TVS Ronin and the Jawa 42 in our market. The new Hunter 350 shares Royal Enfield's J-platform with the Meteor 350 and the Classic 350. Thus, it comes with a similar chassis, cycle parts, and engine. The 349cc, air/oil-cooled engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox and produces a maximum output of 20.2bhp and 27Nm of peak torque.

The motorcycle is available in two variants - Retro and Metro. The Metro variant is further divided into the Dapper and Rebel series, with the latter offering the most attractive paint schemes. Styling cues across the range include a neo-retro roadster design that is reminiscent of the Triumph Street Twin motorcycle. Thus, this Royal Enfield comes with a single-piece seat, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, and a round shape for the headlamp, tail lamp, turn signals, and mirrors.

Hardware similar to the Meteor 350 and Classic 350 includes telescopic front forks and twin rear shocks to handle the suspension duties. Meanwhile, the braking setup on the base model includes a disc at the front with single-channel ABS and a drum unit at the rear. The Metro range, on the other hand, uses disc brakes at both ends and a dual-channel ABS. The premium variant also benefits from an LED taillight instead of the halogen unit on the base model. Furthermore, the Metro series runs on alloy wheels while the Retro variant uses wire-spoke units.

In terms of competition, the Hunter 350 rivals the likes of the Yamaha FZ25, Pulsar 250, and Suzuki Gixxer.

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