Royal Enfield Bullet 350
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|37 Kmpl||NA||346 cc View All Specs||RsCheck now|
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 gives you a thumping engine fed by an easy-to-fix carburetor and a comfortable ride over broken patches. A fatter rear tyre also gives you confidence to take it on cross-country rides until you have to do a panic stop. That’s when you’ll wish it had a more communicative braking setup
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is a perfect amalgamation of retro charm and modern day muscle. This old-school motorcycle carries all the classic aura which a vintage motorcycle carries throughout it...
The least priced variant is Royal Enfield Classic 350 STD priced at Rs. 1,54,257 and the most priced variant is Royal Enfield Classic 350 Gunmetal Grey priced at Rs. 1,63,194.
|STD||346 cc, 37 Kmpl||Rs1,54,257|
|Redditch||346 cc, 37 Kmpl||Rs1,62,590|
|Gunmetal Grey||346 cc, 37 Kmpl||Rs1,63,194|
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To be more specific, the Royal Enfield Classic carries the design of the early '40s of the past century, in a more enhanced manner. The body parts, while still resembling the original Bullets, are still in symphony with the overall stance. The chrome finished rounded headlight in front along with body colored suspension bits and front mudguard clearly signify you that this motorcycle is down to its business off being a retro machine. The fuel tank is rounded and gels well with the overall design. The rear and side body panels are minimalistic with battery covers finished in body color. The rear sports a tail light and the licence plate fitted together in a single black unit. The instrument console follows a simplistic approach with an analog speedometer, odometer and battery indicator. Seating option of a single as well as double seats are given for the individuality of rider. The absence of fuel gauge reminds you back to its old-gold appeal, but then, it should have been given for modern day functionality. The bulid and fit and finish is average with few niggles here and there.
|On Road||Rs 1,54,257|
|On Road||Rs 1,62,590|
|On Road||Rs 1,63,194|