2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Will Come In 3 Variants: Launch On Sept 1
Article by Drivio | 25th Aug 23
Recently leaked online specifications have revealed that it’ll even get a new chassis
- The new Bullet 350 will pack the J-series 349cc engine making 20.2PS and 27Nm
- Interestingly, the bike will get a 19-inch wheel at the front and a 18-inch one at the rear
- Along with a mechanical update, the new Bullet will also get more features
The iconic Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is gearing up for a significant update, and as anticipation builds around its imminent launch, a leaked online brochure has provided some insights into its updates.
Enhanced Chassis and Engine
At the heart of the 2023 Bullet 350 lies the new J-series chassis, promising improved performance and stability. Powering this classic beauty is the cherished 349cc air-cooled engine, delivering a commanding 20.2PS and 27Nm of torque.
A Bit of a Neo-retro Approach
A notable inclusion in the updated Bullet 350 is the new semi-digital console, offering a blend of old-world charm and contemporary functionality. The console features an analogue speedometer coupled with a small LCD screen beneath it.
Revamped Wheel Setup and Tyres
One intriguing departure from tradition is the wheel setup, as the 19-inch rear wheel is now replaced by a balanced 19-/18-inch configuration. The front tyre boasts a 100-section width, while the rear sports a broader 120-section unit.
The forthcoming Bullet 350 is set to hit the market in three enticing variants, each catering to distinct rider preferences. While specific names are yet to be unveiled, the base variant is equipped with a rear drum brake, single-channel ABS, and a gleaming chrome-finished engine.
Stepping up, the mid-spec variant features a rear disc brake, dual-channel ABS, and distinctive gold pin striping, complemented by a chrome finish on the engine. At the zenith of the line-up, the top-spec variant boasts 'coppa pinstriping,' 3D gold badging, and an eye-catching dual-tone finish on the tank.
Expected Price &Launch Timeline
Upon its arrival, the revamped Bullet 350 is poised to rival bikes like the Honda H'ness CB350, Jawa, and Benelli Imperiale 400. The bike will be officially launched in India on September 1 and we expect it to be priced at around Rs 1.80 lakh (ex-showroom).