Wanna Buy The New Royal Enfield Bullet 350? Here Are All The Details of Downpayment& EMIs
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Wanna Buy The New Royal Enfield Bullet 350? Here Are All The Details of Downpayment & EMIs

Loans by Team Drivio | Sep 07, 2023

For a motorcycle that is priced between Rs 1.99 lakh to Rs 2.39 lakh (on-road), the EMIs for the new Royal Enfield Bullet 350 start at a minimum of Rs 5,132.

  • The new Bullet 350 has arrived in three variants – Military, Standard and Black Gold.
  • The on-road prices of the Bullet 350 vary between Rs 1.99 lakh to Rs 2.39 lakh.
  • With a 10 per cent rate of interest and three-year tenure for the loan, the EMIs for the new Bullet 350 start at Rs 5,132.

The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has just received its first big update in all these years, which has brought it into the league of other J-Series models from the brand like Hunter 350, Meteor 350 and Classic 350. With an all-new engine, extensive changes to chassis and subtle design updates, the new Bullet 350 intends to continue its legacy as one of the highest-selling motorcycles from Royal Enfield. 

For those who wish to be part of that growing legacy by buying the new Bullet 350, we have come up with a few calculations resulting in possible down payment and EMI plans.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350: EMI Plan For Three Years

The all-new Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has been launched in three variants – Military, Standard and Black Gold. Royal Enfield announced the ex-showroom prices of the new Bullet 350 on September 1st, which are as follows:

  • Standard – Rs 1.73 lakh
  • Standard – Rs 1.97 lakh
  • Black Gold – Rs 2.16 lakh

Factoring in the essential add-ons like RTO charges and insurance, the on-road prices of the new Bullet 350 are Rs 1.99 lakh for Military, Rs 2.19 lakh for Standard and Rs 2.39 lakh for top-spec Black Gold. Taking an estimated rate of interest at 10 per cent and tenure of three years, the down payment and EMI plans for the three variants are as follows:

New Bullet 350 VariantDown paymentEMI (for three years)
MilitaryRs 40,000Rs 5,132
StandardRs 44,000Rs 5,642
Black GoldRs 48,000Rs 6,170

These are the estimated Downpayment and EMI plans, which usually work as bare minimum requirements. However, a prospected buyer can pay a higher Downpayment than the aforementioned ones, which will eventually result in lower EMIs. Also, the EMIs mentioned may vary, as the rate of interest can vary depending on the bank one selects as the financer.

About the New Royal Enfield Bullet 350

The new Royal Enfield Bullet 350 shares its new redesigned chassis, the new engine and much of the styling with the Classic 350. However, there are a few distinguishing elements in the Bullet 350 that manage to give it its own identity compared to the Classic 350. The new Bullet 350 gets 3D badges for the fuel tank and side panels, pin-striping work on the fuel tank, a different and slightly squared rear fender and a single and long seat in place of split seats present in the Classic 350.

Specifications2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350
Engine349cc single-cylinderair-cooled engine
Maximum Power20.2PS
Maximum Torque27Nm
Transmission5-speed

The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 shares its single-cylinder, air-cooled, 349cc engine with the Classic 350, and here too, it is paired to a 5-speed transmission and generates 20.2PS of power and 27Nm of torque. Even the new twin downtube cradle frame, suspension combination – front 41mm telescopic forks and rear dual coil springs with 6-step adjustable preload, tyres and brakes have been shared with the Classic 350.

Other changes in the new Bullet 350 over its previous-generation version include a new switchgear, a new part-digital instrument console with fuel gauge and the absence of a kick starter. Except for the base-spec Military variant, which gets a single-channel ABS, the other two variants – Standard and Black Gold feature dual-channel ABS.