Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Image, Pricing, And Expected Launch Details Revealed
Royal Enfield Hunter 350, Estimated Price 1.70 Lakh, and Expected Launch Date June 20
The internet is full of questions and excitement about Royal Enfield’s next motorcycle lineup, which includes the new Bullet, Shotgun 650, and Himalayan 450, all of which are set to appear shortly. Currently, the barrel of Royal Enfield is loaded with the Hunter 350, which will soon be released in India.
Here are some unique details about the upcoming Hunter 350 that we know a lot about Royal Enfield’s future intentions and are more than happy to share with you all.
Royal Enfield Hunter 350- Style, Power, and Performance
Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is codenamed J1C1 by Royal Enfield. At first glance, the current vintage roadster look seems to be influenced by the Triumph Street Twin, and that is the bike that Royal Enfield was looking for. Behind the teardrop-shaped fuel tank is a long, single-piece seat. To contribute to its classic appeal, the Hunter also gets a circular headlight, tail light, turn signals, and mirrors.
On the other hand, the Hunter 350 will be a heavy motorcycle that is easily accessible. While we will know about the performance of the motorcycle later, it will have a lower seat height. Compared to the Classic and the Meteor, both weighing around 190–195 kg, it is also likely to be the lightest.
Based on J-Platform
The Hunter 350 is built on Royal Enfield’s J-platform, which also served as the foundation for the Meteor and Classic 350 motorcycles. As a result, the frame, bicycle components, and the engine will be similar.
The Royal Enfield Hunter will be powered by the same 349cc single-cylinder engine that powers the Meteor and Classic. This motor generates 20.2bhp power and 27Nm torque. On the Meteor and Classic 350, it feels nimble and has plenty of power on the bottom, with a cruising speed of 110 kmph. Since the Hunter is based on the same engine, it is expected to have similar qualities.
RE Hunter 350 Variants, Price, and Launch date
Apart from the J1C1 variant, Royal Enfield will also launch the Hunter 350 second variant J1C2. While it is not yet officially announced whether it will be called Hunter or something, but believe it will be more affordable.
So, how much will the Hunter 350 costs? First of all, let us tell you that Hunter will be the most affordable model of Royal Enfield. It will be positioned behind the upgraded Bullet 350, which will be released in the future. Thus, the market estimates it to be priced under 2 lakh ex-showroom.
According to the rumors, the Hunter 350 is expected to release this June. However, this is not true, as Royal Enfield plans to release the motorcycle in the second half of July. We can expect bookings to start sometime in time for the holidays, with deliveries in August. Stay tuned with us for more information.