Royal Enfield working on launching yet another 350cc motorcycle in the Indian market and few new other products as well. The Upcoming Hunter 350 has been spied many times on Indian roads, near to its production-ready avatar. As per reports, the Hunter 350 will share the same platform as seen in the Meteor 350. Here, we take a look about Top 5 things that we know about the upcoming Royal Enfield Hunter 350: –

  • Design

Just like every other royal Enfield bike available in the market, the upcoming Hunter 350 also gets a retro-styled theme. It features rounded headlamps, round-shaped turn indicators, rounded tail lights, semi-digital dual pod instrument clusters, single-piece seats, single-piece handlebar, and so on. It is shown in the spied images of the bike near its production version.

Top 5 Things about Royal Enfield Hunter 350
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  • Equipment list

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will feature almost the same equipment’s as offered in Meteor 350. It is likely to come with tripper navigation, telescopic front forks and dual rear absorbers, LED DRLs, LED tail lights, Halogen headlamps instead of LED one, alloy wheels, tubeless tires, Dual disc brakes one on front and one on the rear wheel, semi-digital cluster, Bluetooth connectivity and so on.

  •  Drivetrain

Hunter 350 likely to be powered with the same 349cc engine offered in Meteor 350. It comes powered with a 349 cc single-cylinder SOHC air/liquid-cooled engine, which belts out 20.4 PS of maximum power output, along with 27 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain comes coupled with a 5-speed gearbox system. However, as per reports surfing this engine could also be used in the upcoming Next-Gen Classic 350.

Top 5 Things about Royal Enfield Hunter 350
Spied images
  • Expected launch timeline

The upcoming royal Enfield Hunter 350 likely to launch towards the end of this year or early next year alongside Classic 350. Although, the brand has plenty of new models in its pipeline for India like retro roadster 650, 650 Cruiser, and so on.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 spied
Spied on roads
  • Price band

The bike is expected to be priced between Rs 1.50 lakh to Rs 1.90 lakh ex-showroom, and upon the launch, it will go up against Jawa 42, Honda CB350 RS, and Benelli Imperiale 400.  

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