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Royal Enfield will launch the cheapest Bullet Hunter 350cc, know what is the specification

Royal Enfield is going to launch its new Bullet Hunter 350cc. Recently it has often been seen testing on the roads. The Hunter 350cc is expected to hit showrooms across the country by the end of June. This will be the company’s cheapest bullet. Its cost is Rs. 1.3 lakh to Rs. It is expected to be between 1.4 lakhs.

According to reports, Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will be offered in two variants. The base variant will be offered with disc brake up front and rear drum brake, while the top-end variant will get disc brake at both the ends.

Dual channel ABS for safety
Talking about the look and features of Hunter 350, this retro naked bike will get round headlamps and rear view mirrors with round shaped fuel tank, smaller exhaust and round shaped taillamps and turn indicators. It will have dual rear shock absorbers and telescopic front suspension at the front.

270mm disc on the top-end trim
The Hunter 350 will be offered in both a single seat as well as wire spoke and alloy wheel options. Rear brakes will include 153 mm drum on the base variant and 270 mm disc on the top-end trim. Apart from this, there will be no change between the two variants in terms of specs or features. Royal Enfield can be offered in many colors.

Will get air cooled engine
The Hunter 350 is developed on an all new platform like the Meteor 350 and the new Classic 350. It may get the same 349cc single cylinder air-cooled engine as with the Classic and Meteor. This engine can generate power of 20.2bhp and torque of 27Nm. The Hunter 350 will be launched with a 6-speed gearbox. Its exhaust sound will be a bit sporty, so that the rider will have a sports bike experience in this bike as well. The company can also offer tripper navigation. The Hunter is expected to be lighter than the rest of the 350cc model.

Will be offered with a semi-digital instrument console
It is likely to be offered with a semi-digital instrument console with tripper navigation which will be available as an optional accessory. Like other models of Royal Enfield, the Hunter 350 will go with a modern classic design with elements of retro style. Features include a round headlamp, teardrop-shaped fuel tank, round LED tail lights, split pillion grab rails, a shortened side-slung exhaust muffler and a shortened rear. It gets wide rear fenders with LED taillights and circular indicators.

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