Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Review: Royal Enfield’s ‘Shot of Intensity’
The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will be launched on 7th August, 2022. The New Royal Enfield retro bike will be available in 6 colors and a 349cc single-cylinder engine.
The new J platform is being used to produce the Hunter 350. The Classic 350 and the Meteor 350 were constructed on the same platform.
A 349cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine will power it. This engine will be able to produce torque of 27Nm and power of 20.2bhp.
The bike will also have a top speed of 125 kmph and be able to go 35 to 42 kilometers. A 5-speed transmission can be paired with the Hunter to give it a somewhat sportier feel.
Review: Royal Enfield Hunter 350
The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is the older brother of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350, and it has been in development for a while.
The new Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has been the subject of recent business teases, and it has finally been seen in the flesh.
The J-platform, which is also used by the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 and Royal Enfield Classic 350, serves as the foundation for the Royal Enfield Hunter 350.
According to reports, one of Royal Enfield’s most economical motorcycles is the Hunter 350. The bike is anticipated to cost roughly Rs 1.3 lakh, making it less expensive than the Royal Enfield Bullet 350.
Here is all the information you require regarding the brand-new Royal Enfield Hunter 350 motorbike.
Design: Royal Enfield Hunter 350
The teardrop-shaped gasoline tank on the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 gives it the appearance of an urban scrambler. A halogen headlamp and rounded turn indicators give the bike a neo-retro look.
It has a circular LED tail lamp and LED turn signals at the back. The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has a roadster appearance thanks to the upswept tail and exhaust. There will be two main variations of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Retro and Metro.
Six color variations will be available for the Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Rebel Blue, Rebel Red, Rebel Black, Dapper Ash, Dapper White, and Dapper Grey.
The off-set instrument console found on the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is very similar to that found on the Royal Enfield Hunter 350.
The bike also has 17-inch alloy wheels and a tripper navigation pod. The new Hunter 350 is 181kg in weight. While the Royal Enfield Classic 350 weighed nearly 191 kg.
Engine Review: Royal Enfield Hunter 350
The same 349cc engine that powers previous J-platform motorcycles like the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 and Royal Enfield Classic 350 powers the Royal Enfield Hunter 350.
The engine produces 20 horsepower and 27 Nm of torque when paired with a 5-speed transmission. The Hunter 350 is advertised as having a top speed of 114kmph.
Features: Royal Enfield Hunter 350
The 41mm telescopic front forks are standard on the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Metro model. The Hunter 350 has dual shock absorbers at the back that can be preloaded in six steps.
A dual-channel ABS system and 300mm front and 270mm rear discs are included with the new Royal Enfield motorcycle.
The Royal Enfield Hunter 350’s base Retro version comes with a 156mm rear drum and single-channel ABS.
Price: Royal Enfield Hunter 350
The Hunter 350 motorcycle is expected to be priced about Rs 1.7 lakh (ex-showroom). This is merely a prediction, though.
On August 7 at 4:30 pm, there will be a launch event where the prices for the new Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will be unveiled.
It will face off against bikes like the Yezdi Roadster, Jawa Perak, Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220, and Honda CB350RS in the Indian market.