Royal Enfield is one of the most popular bike manufacturers in India. It holds a current emotion in the mind of people due to its design and thumping sound. Of late, Royal Enfield has adopted quite an aggressive launch strategy. It has promised a new bike every quarter. Earlier this year, it launched the Scram 450, a toned-down version of the Himalayan. So what’s next from Royal Enfield? No prizes for guessing it is the Hunter 350. Royal Enfield has been posting teasers of the bike and today it has launched the bike. In today’s article, let’s talk about all the details of the Hunter 350. 


The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 gets a comfortable cruiser design. Royal Enfield has developed the bike for a wide range of riders. At the front, we have circular headlamps giving it a retro look. The side profile shows the sculpted fuel tank and the single-piece seat. What about the rear? At the rear, it gets a scrambler-like design. The Hunter 350 is the first Royal Enfield bike to get 17-inch wheels at the front. Both the wheels are tubeless and alloys. 

Hunter 350 details- Specifications

The Hunter 350 is based on the new J-series platform. According to Royal Enfield, it is using a new twin downtube spine frame which is strong, stiff & Durable. What about the engine? The Hunter 350 comes with a 349cc fuel-injected engine similar to the Classic 350. This engine is capable of producing 20.2bhp & 27Nm torque. It comes with a 5-speed transmission. The Hunter 350 gets a claimed mileage of 36.2kmpl. The Hunter uses a 41mm telescopic suspension which offers 130mm of travel. Also, the rear shocks offer 102mm travel.  


Royal Enfield has started offering modern features on all its bikes and it is no different on the Hunter 350. It comes with a digital display with an analogue speedometer. What does the digital display show? It shows the odometer, trip metre, gear position indicator, eco indicator & service reminder. Royal Enfield is also offering a Tipper as an accessory. 

Hunter 350 details- Pricing

Royal Enfield has officially launched the Hunter 350. The Hunter will come in two variants- Metro and Retro. What about the pricing? It has become the most affordable bike in Royal Enfield’s lineup. It starts from Rs 1.49 lakh and goes till 1.60 lakh (ex-showroom).

What do you think about Bullet 350? Do let us know in the comments. 

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