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Royal Enfield Bullet 350 News on Price in 2024: Know It Now!

Get the latest Royal Enfield Bullet 350 news on its ex-showroom and on-road prices. Also, learn about the latest features, specs, and the reasons to buy your favourite Royal Enfield motorcycle. Check now.

Edited By : Auto Desk | Updated: May 10, 2024 12:58 IST
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Royal Enfield Bullet 350’s latest price in India ranges from Rs. 1,73,562 to Rs. 2,15,801. 

According to the latest Royal Enfield Bullet 350 news, the base model has an ex-showroom price of Rs. 1,73,562. The next upgraded version is Bullet 350 Military Silver. Its ex-showroom price in 2024 is Rs. 1,79,000. The third variant, Bullet 350 Mid, is priced at Rs. 1,97,436. The topmost variant in the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 series is the Bullet 350 Top. Its ex-showroom price is Rs. 2,15,801. 

Highlights of Royal Enfield Bullet 350

In 2024, the major highlights of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 bike series are:

  • Engine capacity: 349 cc
  • Full tank capacity: 13 ltrs
  • Transmission: 5-speed manual
  • Mileage: 35 kmpl 
  • Colour variants: 7
    • Military Black
    • Black Gold
    • Military SilverBlack
    • Military Red
    • Standard Maroon
    • Military SilverRed
    • Standard Black
  • Weight: 195 kg

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Royal Enfield Bullet 350 News 2024: A Quick Review

A powerful 349cc BS6 engine powers the Royal Enfield Bullet 350. The powerful engine provides you with 20.2 bhp power and 27 Nm torque. The manufacturer has included almost all the features you will find in a modern bike. Some of its highlights are front disc brakes, rear drum brakes, and an anti-locking braking system. 

In 2023, Eicher Motors incorporated some major changes in the Bullet line. The current line now has a J-platform, the same one that you will find in both Classic and Hunter 350. The latest Bullet models have a new chassis, which houses the new J-series motor. This is the same engine that you will find in the Meteor 350, Hunter 350, and Classic 350 lines of Royal Enfield. 

Also Read: Royal Enfield Prepares To Launch New Models: Hunter 450, Classic 650 And More

Some of the major capabilities of the 349cc, single-cylinder engine in Royal Enfield Bullet 350 are:

  • 20.2bhp at 6,100rpm
  • 27Nm of peak torque at 4,000rpm
  • Five-speed gearbox

As per the latest Royal Enfield Bullet 350 news, the manufacturer has chosen the minimalistic approach when it comes to its features. Here are some major features:

  • Bulb illumination
  • Semi-digital instrument cluster including:
    • An analogue console
    • A digital inset for reading ou the fuel level 
    • Trip meter and others

However, you will not find the tripper navigation, which is usually found on other Royal Enfield bikes as an add-on. 

Despite bringing in some major changes, the manufacturer maintained the original design of this iconic and popular model. The trademark design they didn’t tinker with includes the classic tank design, chrome components, round headlamp, squared-off rear end, and single-piece seat design.  

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When it comes to brakes and shock absorbers, the brand is uncompromising. Royal Enfield has included dual rear shocks along with telescopic front forks so that your ride becomes smooth even in the harshest terrains. To make your ride safe, the manufacturer has included disk brakes, both on the front and rear sides. If you are buying the base model of  Bullet 350, you will get a rear drum brake unit along with single-channel ABS. 

Final Words

The best thing about the quintessential Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is its old-school styling, new J-series engine, and updated underpinnings. However, it could have included more features. The major downside for any biker in this Royal Enfield Bullet series is the absence of the kick-start because you never know when the self-start will not work. Overall, Bullet 350 is a must-buy bike for riders who enjoy riding on the highways. You can also enjoy the envious looks of other bikers when you pass by riding this beast. 

According to Royal Enfield Bullet 350, its ex-showroom price ranges from Rs. 1,73,562 to Rs. 2,15,801, depending on the variant you choose. However, the on-road price will be around Rs. 20,000-30,000 higher than the ex-showroom price, depending on the state and city you live in. The ex-showroom price of the base model is 1,73,562. In Delhi, the Bullet 350’s on-road price will be Rs. ₹ 1,98,680 because of the RTO and comprehensive insurance costs. In the same way, the on-road price of the top model is 2,44,680, which is around Rs. 29, 000 higher than the ex-showroom price.

Also Read: Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Vs Classic 350: Which One Should You Choose?

First published on: May 10, 2024 12:58 PM IST

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