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Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will be launched in India on August 7, may be the company’s cheapest bike

The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has been built on the company’s J platform. The company can bring it in two variants, which include a model with spoke wheel and wire spoke. Both these variants have been spotted at the dealer yard. It is believed that this can be the cheapest model in the company’s 350 cc range, its booking can also be started on 7 August.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will be launched in India on August 7, may be the company's cheapest bike

The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has been built on the company’s J platform. The company can bring it in two variants, which include a model with spoke wheel and wire spoke. Both these variants have been spotted at the dealer yard. It is believed that this can be the cheapest model in the company’s 350 cc range, its booking can also be started on 7 August.

It will be given a 349.34 cc engine which is going to provide power of 19.9 bhp, while 27 Newton meter of torque can also be found. This engine is used by the company in models like Classic and Meteor. Other mechanical parts can also be borrowed from the classic model so that the cost of manufacturing the bike can be kept low.

However, its design is going to be different from any model. It will get a tear-drop shaped fuel tank, circular instrument cluster, rear view mirror, single piece seat, small exhaust. Looking at the pictures that surfaced, it is known that this bike has been given an attractive but basic look, so its price will also be kept accordingly.

The Hunter 350 will be the entry-level motorcycle in Royal Enfield’s line-up after launch. The company tested this bike for a long time and now it is finally going to bring it. This will be Royal Enfield’s second bike in the Indian market this year, before which the company has launched the Scrum 411 in March 2022.

The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will compete with the Honda CB350 RS, Honda Highness CB350, Yezdi Roadster 350 and Jawa Classic 350 in India. Royal Enfield is the largest manufacturer of 350cc bikes, but with Honda two-wheelers, Jawa and Yezdi making a comeback in the retro bike segment, Royal Enfield’s challenges have increased in this segment.

The customers of Royal Enfield were looking for a bike with a different design at par with the Classic and keeping that in mind, the company is going to bring the Hunter 350. We estimate it to be priced around Rs 1.50 lakh to woo new customers.

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