2023 ROYAL ENFIELD 350 TO LAUNCH ON SEPTEMBER 1

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2023 VERSION OF THE ROYAL ENFIELD BULLET 350 TO LAUNCH ON SEPTEMBER 1: LET’S CHECK OUT THE DESIGN, PRICE AND FEATURES DETAILS 

The new-generation version of Royal Enfield Bullet 350 will be launched on September 1st with no significant change in design and it’s officially announced by the company. 

2023 VERSION OF THE ROYAL ENFIELD BULLET 350 TO LAUNCH ON SEPTEMBER 1: LET'S CHECK OUT THE DESIGN, PRICE AND FEATURES DETAILS 1

September 1st is officially the date of launching the new version of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350z. Royal Enfield Company has officially announced the launch date and the new-generation model of the 350 won’t be having major changes in the design. The Bullet 350 is projected to fill a void in the lineup, slotting between the Hunter 350 and the Classic 350. In the various models currently, Hunter 350 holds the rank of the most affordable new-generation Royal Enfield with an ex-showroom price of 1.5 Lakhs.

DESIGN

When looking into the design of the 2023 Royal Enfield 350 we won’t be finding any major changes because the company opted to go with their established design. According to HT Auto, the distinctive design, identified with the Bullet series, would remain substantially untouched, coinciding with Royal Enfield’s aim to maintain its own aesthetic identity. While prospective modifications may include new body panels, the traditional appearance is expected to be preserved, reflecting the approach adopted with the Classic 350 model. 

The most interesting factor of the 2023 Bullet 350 is that it will be arriving with a single seat and round halogen headlamp, albeit without enclosing cover. According to various sources, the initial teaser retains the pinstripe decoration on the fuel tank, while a new tail lamp borrowed from the Classic 350 will also appear. 

ENGINE

The most significant modification is the transition to Enfield’s more modern J-platform. The 349cc engine that powered the Classic, Meteor, and Hunter 350 motorcycles was highly appreciated. The new bike will be powered by a 349cc J-platform engine rather than the 346cc UCE motor that has powered the Bullet 350 since 2010. The engine will be paired with a 5-speed gearbox. While the engine is the same as its 350cc sibling, the Bullet will have a different tuning. 

FEATURES

The front suspension will use 41 mm telescopic forks, while the rear suspension will include twin shock absorbers with 6 levels of adjustment. Also, the suspension and brake components will be the same across the two variants. According to reports, the new-generation Bullet 350 will share the same chassis as the Classic 350. The front suspension will be equipped with 41 mm telescopic forks, while the rear suspension will be equipped with twin shock absorbers with six degrees of adjustability.

Bullet lovers will be glad to hear that the manufacturer has managed to save the majority of the renowned soundtrack, despite the fact that the new BS-VI phase has been adjusted to fulfill two emission control criteria.

POWER

The Royal Enfield Bullet 350’s 350cc engine is projected to produce roughly 20hp and 27 Nm of torque. Royal Enfield will offer the new Bullet with a J-series engine and a 5-speed transmission, similar to the Hunter 350, Meteor 350, and Classic 350. This low-vibration engine also provides good mileage to bikes.

EXPECTED PRICE

The price of the latest generation Royal Enfield Bullet 350 motorcycle remains unknown. This bike will cost between Hunter 350 and Classic 350. In the Indian market, the ex-showroom price of this bike is estimated to range between Rs 1.50 lakh and Rs 2.25 lakh.