Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Recently launched in the Indian market. It comes in three variants. Its starting ex-showroom price is Rs 1,49,900. This is the company’s most compact bike in the 350 cc segment, whose styling is quite premium and aggressive compared to the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and Royal Enfield Meteor. In the Indian market, it has a direct and tough competition from Honda CB350RS, Yezdi Roadster, Jawa Forty Two and TVS Ronin. Today we are going to tell you about the starting and top end variants of all these bikes. So let’s have a look.
RE Hunter 350
Its starting Delhi ex-showroom is Rs 1,49,900, which goes up to Rs 1,68,900.
Its starting Delhi ex-showroom is Rs 2,03,179, which goes up to Rs 2,03,808.
Its starting price is Rs 2,01,142 ex-showroom Delhi which goes up to Rs 2,09,142.
Jawa Forty Two
Its starting Delhi ex-showroom is Rs 1,67,487, which goes up to Rs 1,81,357.
Its starting Delhi ex-showroom is Rs 1,49,000, which goes up to Rs 1,68,750.
Royal Enfield Hunter 350
This bike comes in 3 variants. These include Retro Factory, Metro Dapper and Metro Rebel. The base Retro variant gets spooked wheels. At the same time, the Haier variants get 17-inch wheels in black color. There are 6 color options available in its Metro variants. At the same time, 2 color options are available in Retro.
It has been given a 3499 cc J-series engine for power, which generates maximum power of 20.2 bhp at 6,100 rpm and 27 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. Its wheelbase is 20 mm shorter than the Classic and 30 mm shorter than the Meteor. Its curb weight is 181 kg.
Dual disc brakes have been given in Metro variants. Apart from this, dual channel ABS is available in it for safety. At the same time, the Retro will get disc brake in the front and drum brake in the rear. Whereas, single channel ABS will be available for safety.