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Chennai based motorcycle manufacturer, Royal Enfield, has launched its BS6 compliant Bullet 350 range of motorcycles starting at Rs 1.22 lakh, ex-showroom. The motorcycles are available in three variants, all powered by a now BS6 compliant 346cc air cooled engine.
The engine produces 19 brake horsepower and 28 Newton meters of torque; and comes mated to a five-speed gearbox.
Royal Enfield hasn't brought any other changes to the Bullet 350 range, and the motorcycle continue to feature 35mm telescopic forks at the front, and a dual shock set up at the rear. Braking duties are handled by a 280mm disc brake at the front, and 153mm disc brake at the rear.
The Base model is available in two colour options - Bullet Silver, and Onyx Black. The Standard model is available in two colours - Black and Forest Green. And the more premium Bullet X 350 ES models is available in three colours - Jet Black, Regal Red and Royal Blue.
Royal Enfield's Bullet 350 cc range of motorcycles are priced between Rs 1.22 lakh, and 1.38 lakh, ex-showroom. Not the company has started accepting bookings for the motorcycles, deliveries however, are expected to begin on the Covid-19 situation has been take care of.
In related news, the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 was spotted why shooting for a TVC in Kutch, Gujarat. Images reveal a bright yellow tank, black alloy wheels, and a blacked-out exhaust.
The new motorcycle is expected to feature the company's new (OHC) Over-Head Camshaft, 346cc air-cooled engine that features a pre-catalytic converter that in integrated into the exhaust system.
The all new engine is expected to be more refined than any of the older 350cc models, is expected to offer better fuel efficiency, and better performance over the current tappet-valve Royal Enfield engines. To know more, click here.
Thoughts About Royal Enfield Launching The BS6 Compliant Range Of Bullet 350 Motorcycles
Royal Enfield seems to be doing everything right, and things seem to be working for them. They are the only manufacturer that managed to sell all their BS4 stocks before the BS6 deadline, and have launched three variants of a model during a national lock down. We are impressed!