Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Aurora Variant Launched, Gets Spoke Wheels and LED Headlamp
Article by Drivio | 14th Oct 23
Royal Enfield adds a new “Aurora” variant to the Meteor 350 lineup, which brings an old-school essence with spoke wheels and a chrome finish for the engine.
- The new Aurora variant introduces an LED headlamp to the Meteor 350 lineup.
- There are three new colors in the Meteor 350 Aurora – Green, Blue, and Black.
- No changes to the single-cylinder, 349cc engine.
Ahead of launching the all-new Himalayan 452, Royal Enfield has added a new variant to the lineup of Meteor 350. Named ‘Aurora’, this new Royal Enfield Meteor 350 variant slots between the mid-spec Stellar and top-spec Supernova variants. Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Aurora is priced at Rs 2,19,900 (ex-showroom). The Meteor 350 competes with the likes of Honda H’ness CB350, Royal Enfield Hunter 350, Yezdi Roadster, etc. in the segment.
The new Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Aurora features an LED headlight, which has become standard in the Supernova variant too. It also distinguishes itself from the other variants of the Meteor 350 with spoke wheels, tube-type tyres, and chrome finish for the engine block and headlight bezel. Offered in three colors – Green, Blue, and Black, the new Meteor 350 Aurora also gets a large windscreen and pillion backrest.
Besides launching the new Aurora variant, Royal Enfield has updated the Meteor 350 lineup, with LED headlamps standard for Aurora and Supernova variants. While the Fireball variant is now also available with an additional Black color option, the Tripper navigation is now offered as standard from the Stellar variant onwards. Also, the Supernova variant now gets an aluminum finish for the switchgear, just like those seen in the Super Meteor 650.
Keeping these changes and add-ons aside, Royal Enfield has made no changes to the single-cylinder, air-cooled, 349cc engine, which continues to make 20.2 bhp of maximum power and 27 Nm of maximum torque.