How powerful is Royal Enfield Hunter 350? Here’s Comparison with Honda CB350RS and TVS Ronin

The mighty Royal Enfield Hunter 350

Indian giant two-wheeler brand Royal Enfield, world-renowned for making royal motorcycles like its name, has added the new Hunter 350 to its portfolio on 7 August.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is one of the cheapest bikes of this company.

This 350cc motorcycle gives tough competition to Honda CB350RS and TVS Ronin in terms of its price, specs and looks in the country.

Let’s compare them.

How is the look of these three?

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 measures 2055mm in length, 800mm in width and 1055mm in height. Apart from this, it has a wheelbase of 1370mm.

The Honda CB350RS measures 2171mm in length, 1097mm in height and has a wheelbase of 1441mm.

At the same time, TVS Ronin measures 2040mm in length and 1170mm in height and has a wheelbase of 1357mm.

The longest among these three motorcycles is the Honda CB350RS and the tallest is the TVS Ronin. Along with this, the Ronin also has the highest ground clearance of 181mm.

How powerful are their engines?

To power the Hunter 350, it has been given a 349cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine, whose maximum power is to generate 20.2bhp power and 27Nm torque.

Honda CB350RS is powered by a 348.36cc engine, which can make 20.7bhp power and 30Nm torque.

At the same time, TVS Ronin gets a 225.9cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine, which can generate maximum power of 20nbhp and peak torque of 19.93Nm.

Which features are taken care of in these?

All the three bikes are equipped with disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels along with traction control to provide better handling on the roads. It also gets dual-channel ABS for the safety of the rider.

At the same time, for comfortable suspension, inverted front forks at the front and twin shock absorbers have been given at the rear.

All three get 17-inch alloy wheels, although the Honda CB350RS has a 19-inch alloy at the front.

What is the price of these powerful motorcycles?

The ex-showroom price of the recently launched Royal Enfield Hunter 350 retro variant is Rs 1.49 lakh and the metro variant has been priced at Rs 1.64 lakh. With the launch, its bookings have also started.

The ex-showroom prices for the single and dual tone variants of the Honda CB350RS start at Rs 2.03 lakh.

At the same time, the prices of TVS Ronin go from Rs 1.49 lakh to Rs 1.68 lakh.

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