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The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is Ready for Production and will be Launched in India Soon

The bike is expected to come in at least two versions, and it will most likely be the most affordable RE J-platform bike.

The Hunter 350 is one of the most intriguing products in Royal Enfield’s product pipeline, which is one of the hottest talking points in the Indian motorcycle market right now. This bike has been seen in the wild a few times, and now the production-ready version appears to have leaked online.

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So far, spy shots have given us a good idea of what we can expect from the upcoming Hunter. And the most recent leaked photos back up a lot of what we already know. It will, of course, be powered by the same 349cc J-platform motor that powers the Classic 350 and Meteor 350. The output figures on those bikes are 20hp and 27Nm, and you can expect similar numbers from the Hunter.

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Its distinguishing feature will be that it is a more upright, contemporary street naked motorcycle, as opposed to the Meteor’s cruiser stance and the Classic 350’s old school vibe. The Hunter is expected to come in at least two versions: the most recent sighting showed the bike with wire-spoke wheels and no fork gaiters, while this leaked production version has alloy wheels and fork gaiters.

A Tripper navigation pod is also seen on the bike, but it’s likely that this will be a paid option, as RE has already removed it from the standard fitment list on the Meteor and Himalayan due to a semiconductor shortage. A teardrop-shaped fuel tank with knee cut-outs, a scooped single-piece seat, and a round theme for the motorcycle’s lights and mirrors are all prominent design elements.

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The Hunter will most likely be quite affordable, based on the level of hardware and equipment here. It will almost certainly sit below the Meteor 350 and Classic 350 to become the most affordable J-platform model, but we’ll have to wait and see if it can undercut the Bullet 350 (which is still based on RE’s older UCE platform). The wait shouldn’t be too long, as the bike is expected to be released before August.

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