Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Stay Ahead with Today’s Updates

Royal Enfield Hunter 350: The starting price of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 motorcycle is Rs 1.50 Lakh. There are three variants and eight colours available in India, with the high-end variant priced at Rs 1.75 Lakh. A 349.34 ccbs6-2.0 engine that produces 27 Nm of torque and 20.4 PS of power powers the Hunter 350. Both the front and rear brakes are disc brakes. The 13 L fuel tank and 181 kg weight of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 are included.

Aiming to purchase a new Royal Enfield motorbike? Here is the most recent price list. There are now two new colour schemes available for the Hunter 350; read our article on how colours are explained here. Check out the Hunter 350’s accessories in more detail here.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350
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This little neo-retro roadster is called the Royal Enfield Hunter 350. This motorbike is the third model to be constructed on the J platform. The lightest and least expensive motorbike offered by Royal Enfield is the Hunter 350. 

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Price

There are two models of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 in the lineup: Retro and Metro. Priced at Rs 1,49,900 (ex-showroom, Delhi), the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Retro comes in Factory Silver and Factory Black colours. The Metro version, meanwhile, comes in Dapper and Rebel colour schemes. Hunter 350 Dapper range: priced at Rs 1,69,656 (ex-showroom, Delhi), it comes in three colours: Dapper White, Dapper Ash, and Dapper Grey. Hunter 350 Rebel range: priced at Rs 1,74,655 (ex-showroom, Delhi), it comes in three colours: Rebel Red, Rebel Blue, and Rebel Black.

 Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Engine

Royal Enfield Hunter 350
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 Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Mileage

Our testing yielded a fuel efficiency of 40.19 km/l in the city and 35.98 km/l on the highway for the Hunter 350 Retro.

 Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Suspension and Brakes

The Hunter 350 and other Royal Enfield 350cc motorcycles have the same suspension system, which consists of twin shock absorbers with 6-step preload adjustability at the rear and 41mm telescopic forks with 130mm of travel up front. Standard on the Hunter 350 are 17-inch wheels on both ends (spokes on the Retro model and alloys on the Metro variant), with tyres measuring 100/70-17 up front and 140/70-17 down the back. The Metro version has brakes with a 270mm rear disc and a 300mm front disc, while the Retro variant has a 153mm rear drum.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350
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The has a ground clearance of 150mm, a seat height of 790mm, and a fuel tank capacity of 13 litres.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Key Features

Spoke wheels, single-channel ABS, a tubular pillion grab rail, and a more modest semi-digital instrument console are all included in the Retro version. However, the Metro models have a more contemporary appearance thanks to their alloy wheels, dual-channel ABS, split pillion grab rails, and a more advanced semi-digital instrument panel with a MID. The Hunter 350 can be upgraded with the Tripper navigation pod as an extra accessory.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Rivals

The TVS Ronin and Jawa 42 are competitors of the , an entry-level sub-400cc roadster with nearly identical pricing and design cues.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Review on You-Tube

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