Now Royal Enfield will make Bullet 350’s cool entry in a new style, its classy look will make you crazy, see the price and features, Royal Enfield, famous for its royal and classy look in India, is going to be introduced in its new avatar soon. World famous bike manufacturer Royal Enfield will launch its new bike Bullet 350 on 30 August. This new bike is all set to rule the hearts with its exclusive features and powerful design. The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 impresses with its very royal and classic looks.
Let us tell you that the new generation of India is all set to launch the most favorite Bullet 350 of Royal Enfield. The new bike sports an iconic design that makes it stand out from all the other bikes. Along with this, the bike gets a powerful 350cc single cylinder engine that produces 19.9 bhp power and 27 Nm torque. Its new engine has been given with refinement, due to which its performance is going to be even better. The new Bullet 350 is likely to be powered by the same 349 cc single-cylinder engine. It will be a long-stroke engine that is air-oil cooled. Its power and torque output will be around 19.9 bhp and 27 Nm respectively and the on-duty gearbox will be a 5-speed unit.
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Bullet 350 Engine
Powering the new Bullet 350 is likely to be the same 349 cc, single-cylinder engine. It will be a long-stroke engine, which is air-oil cooled. Its power and torque output will be around 19.9 bhp and 27 Nm respectively and the on-duty gearbox will be a 5-speed unit.
However, the engine will be re-tuned to suit the specifications of the Bullet. The new engine is known for its refinement and torquey nature. Royal Enfield has also made huge improvements in terms of gear changes. It remains to be seen how this engine will be introduced in the new bike.
Bullet 350 Features
The motorcycle will come with a single-piece seat and spoke rims. At the same time, the light elements can be shared with the Classic 350. The instrument cluster will be fairly simple with an analog speedometer and a small digital readout for the fuel gauge. Its chassis will be shared with the Classic 350.
It can be given telescopic forks at the front and twin gas-charged shock absorbers at the rear. Braking will be done by disc brake at the front and drum brake at the rear. However, Royal Enfield may also sell a rear disc brake variant of its Bullet 350.
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Bullet 350 Price
Royal Enfield sells its Hunter 350 in the range of Rs 1.50 lakh to Rs 1.75 lakh. Whereas, the Classic 350 is being sold between Rs 1.93 lakh to Rs 2.25 lakh. In such a situation, it is expected that the prices of Bullet 350 can be kept between these two.
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