Royal Enfield’s cheapest roadster motorcycle Hunter 350 made its debut in the Indian market in August last year. It is already known as a superhit model in the market. Sales are increasing by leaps and bounds. However, since the launch, the company in Chennai has announced the price increase of the bike for the second time. This time the price of Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has been increased by Rs 3,000.
Royal Enfield Hunter 350 New Price
The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is available in the country in three variants – Factory Series, Dapper Series and Rebel Series. The price of the first one has not been increased. As before, it is being bought for Rs 1.49 lakh. However, the price of the Dapper series and the Rebel variant have been increased by Tk 3,000 and now they are priced at Tk 1.70 lakh and Tk 1.75 lakh respectively. Earlier it was Tk 1.67 lakh and Tk 1.72 lakh (ex-showroom).
Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Engine and Gearbox
Hunter 350 rivals TVS Ronin, Jawa 43, Honda CB350RS etc. in the country. It has a 349 cc single cylinder, air/oil cooled, fuel injected engine. It produces 20.2 bhp of power at 6,100 rpm and 27 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. Mated to the engine is a five speed manual gearbox. It delivers a mileage of 36.2 km/litre.
Incidentally, Royal Enfield is currently gearing up for the launch of two-wheelers in multiple segments in India. The list includes the new generation Bullet 350, Himalayan 450. Again the company is working on a 450cc naked roadster model. It will be based on the Himalayan 450. Shotgun 650 and Continental GT 650 are also on the list of upcoming launches.