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New Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Clearest spy pictures but | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

The brand new Bullet 350 will function RE’s tried and examined J-series engine, which at the moment underpins three fashions.

The upcoming Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has been spied testing but once more and offers us a clearer have a look at the bike. The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is anticipated to get the brand new J-series engine, which at the moment underpins their total 350cc line-up, together with the Meteor 350, Basic 350 and the not too long ago launched Hunter 350.

  • J-series engine to switch ageing UCE mill on upcoming Bullet 350
  • General silhouette paying homage to Basic 350

Upcoming Royal Enfield Bullet 350: engine and chassis

The upcoming Bullet 350 is anticipated to be powered by the identical J-series engine discovered on different 350cc choices from the Chennai-based producer. At the moment, this engine is sweet for 20hp and 27 Nm within the three fashions it underpins, and these figures are more likely to stay unchanged within the Bullet 350 as properly. Nestling this engine is similar double-downtube body derived from different new-age Enfields, which can put off the utilitarian single-cradle unit.

Upcoming Royal Enfield Bullet 350: design and options

The design of the Bullet 350 stays largely the identical because the Basic 350, with a number of distinguishing touches. For starters, the two-piece seat is changed by a single-piece unit on the Bullet 350, and the design of the rear fender is completely different to the Basic as properly. The bike noticed right here options the identical tail-lamp and indicators because the Basic 350, and that can more than likely carry ahead to the production-ready mannequin as properly. Whereas the present UCE-powered Bullet 350 doesn’t have any digital options to boast of, the upcoming mannequin will more than likely function the Tripper navigation pod (no less than as an optionally available further). 

Upcoming Royal Enfield Bullet 350: worth and rivals

At the moment, the Bullet 350 is priced between Rs 1.48 lakh-1.63 lakh (ex-showroom, India), making it probably the most reasonably priced mannequin inside RE’s present line-up. Though, with the bevy of modifications that this new mannequin will convey to the desk, we anticipate it to command a major premium over the present mannequin. With the Hunter 350 priced between Rs 1.50 lakh-1.68 lakh, it stays to be seen whether or not the Bullet 350, in J-series guise, will retain the tag of probably the most reasonably priced RE or if the Hunter 350 will take over the mantle of the entry level to the corporate’s huge world.

Rivals to the Bullet 350 will embrace the likes of the Honda H’ness CB350, Benelli Imperiale and the Jawa. 


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