The eagerly awaited new generation of Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has been officially launched in the Indian market. Royal Enfield, which we now know as Bullet 350, has made some new changes to the same motorcycle and updated it with variants and new features. The bike is now based on RE’s new J platform.
It will be available in three colors: Military Red and Black, Standard Maroon, and Black and Black Gold. The price of the Military Color variant starts at ₹1.73 lakh, followed by the Standard version at ₹ 1.97 lakh and the top-tier Black Gold variant at ₹ 2.16 lakh.
- Available in Standard, Military, and Black Gold variants.
- The top-end trim is priced at Rs 2.16 lakh.
- Mechanically, the look of this bike is almost similar to the classic 350.
2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350: J Platform
The J series engines are followed by Royal Enfield models like Classic 350, Meteor 350, and Hunter 350. Hence, the main frame of all three motorcycles is the same. This not only helps the manufacturer save manufacturing costs but also saves development costs.
2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Features
In terms of features, there are a few changes in Jawa 42. There is a hazard light switch, and the instrument console is carried over from the Classic 350. Other features include an analog speedometer and a small digital readout that shows information such as two trip meters, trip F, odometer, fuel gauge, and time.
2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Design
Talking about the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 in terms of design, the iconic single-piece seat remains unchanged. Round halogen headlamps have also been included to highlight the old-world charm. The iconic handmade Madras stripes and Bullet 350 badge are also key features.
2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Price and Rivals
Bullet 350 is available in three variants; the price of these variants starts from Rs 1.73 lakh to Rs 2.15 lakh. RE Bullet 350 directly competes with Honda Hness CB350, TVS Apache RTR 310, Jawa 42 Bobber, BMW G310 RR, and Yezdi Roadster.