Royal Enfield is prepping up to introduce the Hunter 350cc retro-inspired motorcycle on August 7. Speculations are that the brand will also release the Bullet 350 on the same day. As per the available information, Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is going to be the least expensive bike by the brands.
Both of the bikes will be powered by engines possessing similar power. Leaks suggest that the expected ex-showroom price range of these bikes is somewhere around Rs 1.5 lakh. These bikes can be said to be an attempt by the company to maintain its position in the Indian motorbike industry.
Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Details
The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is all set to face off other bikes like Yezdi Scrambler and the Honda CB350 RS. The testing version of the same has appeared on the Indian roads multiple times. By that, it seems like the bike will have a twin disc layout along with single channel ABS as a standard fitment over the range.
There is no confirmation regarding the inclusion of the Tripper navigation pod. Expectations are that we will get to know about that at the time of the launch. Apart from that, the bike will get telescopic forks at the front and twin gas-charged shock absorbers at the rear with a box-section swingarm.
Royal Enfield New Gen Bullet Details
The Royal Enfield New Gen Bullet will have the same engine as used in the Meteor 350. The latest edition of Bullet will have the same platform as the Classic 350. On top of that, it will also have a new dual-cradle frame.
Not only this but it is also in the air that the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 will come with more features as compared to the models of this generation. It will get spoked wheels, a drum brake at back, and a disc brake on the front.