Video of Royal Enfield Hunter 350 revealed before launch, company’s MD unveiled

Royal Enfield In India on 7th August 2022 Hunter 350 The bike will launch. However, even before its launch, the company’s Managing Director Siddharth Lal has removed the curtain from this bike.

Siddharth has shared a video on Instagram in which many of its details are revealed. The Hunter 350 model in the video is in dual tone and matte finish like the new Royal Enfield bikes like the Continental GT 650 and Scram 411.

Regarding the upcoming bike, Siddharth Lal said, “Hunter is in development since 2016 but our development team is doing fine tuning for the chassis.” “It may have the J-series engine, but it is a completely new bike,” he added.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Design

The design of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is quite attractive. It gets style highlights like teardrop fuel tank, spunky paint scheme and Ducati scrambler-style flat, single seat.

Apart from this, the upcoming bike will get telescopic front forks, twin shock absorbers at the rear, 17-inch alloy wheels, disc brakes on both the wheels, dual channel ABS and tubeless tyres.

Variants of Royal Enfield Hunter 350

According to reports, this bike will be sold in two variants – Retro and Metro. Of these, the Hunter 350 Retro will be the affordable and plain variant. At the same time, more features will be offered in Hunter 350 Metro. Apart from this, the Hunter Metro will also get a sub-variant named Rebel. It will get three paint schemes – Rebel Black, Rebel Blue and Rebel Red.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Engine

According to reports, a 350cc, four stroke long stroke engine will be used in all variants of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350. The same engine is also available on the Meteor 350. This engine generates 20bhp power and 27Nm peak torque. A 5-speed manual gearbox will be standard with this engine. It will also get fuel injection, overhead camshaft and balancer shaft.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Price

The Hunter 350 will come at the bottom of Royal Enfield’s line-up. At the same time, its starting price can be less than Rs 1.6 lakh (ex-showroom). This means that it will be the cheapest bike from Royal Enfield.

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