Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Updated For 2023!
Article by Drivio | 2nd Sep 23
It gets Royal Enfield’s famed J-series 349cc engine and many other notable features
- The new 349cc engine makes 20.2PS and 27Nm
- The bike also gets a fatter telescopic fork along with a revised chassis
- Royal Enfield has also given it a new semi digital console
Here's a breakdown of the prices:
Military Red and Military Black versions start at Rs 1,73,562.
Standard Maroon and Standard Black variants range from Rs 1,97,436.
The Black Gold scheme tops the chart at Rs 2,15,801.
The base Military versions have a rear drum brake, while the fancier ones come with a rear disc brake.
|Specifications||Royal Enfield Bullet 350|
|Engine||349cc air-cooled engine|
The new Bullet 350 shares its J-platform architecture with the Hunter 350, Classic 350, and Meteor 350. It packs the same air-cooled, 349cc single-cylinder engine, churning out 20hp and 27Nm, just like the Classic 350. This engine now sits in a new frame, supported by a conventional telescopic fork and twin shock absorbers. The Bullet 350 boasts a 300mm front disc brake, while the higher-end models feature a 270mm rear disc brake.
Visually, it stands out from the Classic 350 with its single-piece seat, a different handlebar for a more upright riding position, rectangular side boxes, and a more squared-off rear fender. The tail-lamp housing has its unique style, although the tail-lamp itself matches the Classic's.
You can choose from five colors, some with a blacked-out engine finish. And don't worry, the iconic hand-painted gold pinstripes on the fuel tank continue with this new generation model. Plus, via Royal Enfield's Miya configurator, you can add the Tripper navigation pod and alloy wheels to your Bullet 350.