The Ultimate Guide to the Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Specs, Features, and More

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Royal Enfield Hunter 350: One of the most well-known bike manufacturers in India is Royal Enfield. Its thumping sound and design evoke a strong feeling in people’s minds. Royal Enfield has recently embraced a somewhat forceful launch approach. Every quarter, a new bike is promised. It introduced the Scram 450, a more subdued version of the Himalayan, earlier this year. What will Royal Enfield do next? You can predict that it’s the Hunter 350 without winning. In addition to releasing teasers of the bike today, Royal Enfield also introduced the bike today. Let us discuss all the specifics of the Hunter 350 in today’s post. 


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The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is designed to be a cozy cruiser. The bike was designed by Royal Enfield to accommodate a variety of riders. It has a classic appearance thanks to the circular headlamps up front. The single-piece seat and the sculpted fuel tank are visible in the side profile. And what about the back? It receives a scrambler-like design on the back. The first Royal Enfield bicycle with 17-inch front wheels is the Hunter 350. Both wheels are alloy and tubeless. 

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 details- Specifications

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Based on the new J-series platform is the Hunter 350. Royal Enfield claims that the new twin downtube spine frame is robust, sturdy, and long-lasting. The engine, what about it? Similar to the Classic 350, the Hunter 350 has a 349cc fuel-injected engine. This engine can generate 27 Nm of torque and 20.2 horsepower. There is a 5-speed gearbox included. 36.2 kmpl is the stated mileage for the Hunter 350. The Hunter has a 130mm travel telescopic suspension system that measures 41mm. The rear shocks have a 102mm travel as well.  


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Modern features are now available on all Royal Enfield motorcycles, including the Hunter 350. It has an analog speedometer on a digital display. What’s visible on the digital display? The trip meter, gear position indicator, eco indicator, odometer, and service reminder are all displayed. Additionally, Tipper is available as an accessory from Royal Enfield. 

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 details- Pricing

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The Hunter 350 has been formally introduced by Royal Enfield. There will be two versions of the Hunter: Metro and Retro. And what about the cost? It is now the most reasonably priced bike available from Royal Enfield. It is priced between Rs 1.49 lakh and Rs 1.60 lakh.

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