Affordable Royal Enfield: It has been 3 months since Royal Enfield’s Hunter 350 was launched in India. During this, 60 thousand units of Hunter 350 have been sold. That is, about 20 thousand units are being sold every month. Let us know those 4 reasons, due to which customers are liking it so much.
Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Sales: Royal Enfield Classic 350 continues to be the best selling model in the company’s portfolio. Whereas, the Royal Enfield Hunter 350, which was launched some time ago, has secured the second position in terms of sales. It has beaten Royal Enfield Meteor 350 to Bullet 350. It has been 3 months since Royal Enfield’s Hunter 350 was launched in India. During this, 60 thousand units of Hunter 350 have been sold. Means about 20 thousand units of this bike are being sold every month. Let us know those 4 reasons, due to which customers are liking it so much.
1. Economical Price
It is the second most affordable of the company in terms of price. Its price starts from Rs. 1.50 lakh (ex-showroom) and the price of the top variant goes up to Rs. 1.69 lakh. For comparison, let us tell you that the Royal Enfield Classic 350 is about 40 thousand rupees more expensive than this bike.
2. Unique Design
Hunter 350 is a retro-roadster looking bike. The look of this bike makes it different from other Royal Enfield motorcycles. It gets circular shaped headlight, taillight and turn indicators. It gets a single piece seat with 17-inch alloy wheels. This Metro variant is available in colors like Rebel Black, Rebel Red, Rebel Blue, Dapper Ash, Dapper White and Dapper Grey.
3. Lightest RE bike
Many people have a problem with the weight of Royal Enfield bikes. That’s why the company has introduced Hunter 350 as the lightest Royal Enfield. The Hunter 350 weighs just 181 kg, which is a whole 14 kg less than the Classic 350.
4. Feature loaded
bike is also not far behind in terms of features. It has a digital instrument cluster, in which you can see fuel meter, speed meter, and trip meter. Along with this, you have also been given the facility of turn-by-turn navigation.