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Royal Enfield Hunter 350

Ahead of the launch, the specifications of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 were made public.

Specifications of the future Royal Enfield Hunter 350 have been posted online via a type-approval document ahead of its launch on August 4. It is interesting that it has the same power output as the Meteor 350 and the latest Classic 350.

According to the paper, the Hunter 350 has a maximum power output of 14.87 kW (20.2 hp) at 6100 RPM, which is the same as the other two Royal Enfields. However, the ratio has changed the most. This Royal Enfield bike is the smallest bike ever.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Official Specifications

The Hunter 350 has the following dimensions: 2055 mm, 800 mm, 1055 mm, and 1370 mm for the length, width, height, and wheelbase. However, the dimensions of the Classic 350 are 2145 mm, 785 mm, 1090 mm, and 1390 mm. The Meteor 350 has the following measurements: 2160 mm, 840 mm, 1165 mm, and 1455 mm.

Hunter 350 Official Specifications

The Hunter 350 is still the smallest Royal Enfield, even though its proportions are in contrast to other models. With this, the Hunter 350 has proved that it is suitable for youngsters who do not want a big bike. Some other popular 350cc bikes in India include TVS bikes, Hero, Honda, KTM, Bajaj, Yamaha bikes, etc. 

As per the pictures of the bike released, a smaller swing arm could be used to cater to the reduced wheelbase. The front fork rake also appears to have reduced significantly. And with this configuration, the bike should be a formidable street fighter.

The Hunter 350 should be really enjoyable to ride, at least in the city, as the up to 350cc J series engine is already recognized for having considerable roll-on acceleration characteristics in the lower power band.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Price and Launch

According to the reports, the ex-showroom price of Hunter will be between Rs. 1.3 and 1.4 lakhs, which makes it the cheapest bike in Royal Enfield’s lineup. This price is around Rs. 10,000 less than the current lowest Royal Enfield Bullet Series. Royal Enfield is planning to launch the Hunter 350 by August 4.

The roadster, codenamed JIC1, is supported by the company’s now-common J series platform. There will be a less expensive version of the Hunter, designated the J1C2.

Like the Bullet 350s and the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Redditch series, the J1C2 is expected to include a single disc and a single channel of ABS. There will be a drum brake of 153 mm at the rear wheel. On the other hand, the J1C1 will include dual-channel ABS and a genuine rear disc.

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