Royal Enfield had launched the less expensive variant of the Bullet 350 in August
- The standard model of the single-channel ABS variant is now Rs 2,755 more expensive.
- ES variant gets an increment of around Rs 3,700.
- Both variants get new colour schemes and blacked-out mechanicals.
Back in August, Royal Enfield had launched the affordable variants of the Bullet 350 to target a wider range of audience looking to jump on the Bullet bandwagon. Well, the bike maker has increased the price of the affordable Bullet 350. The standard variant now retails at Rs 1.14 lakh, which is around Rs 2,755 more expensive than before. Whereas the Electric Start variant is now priced at Rs 1.30 lakh, making it Rs 3,700 more expensive.
Apart from the addition of single-channel ABS and some cosmetic updates, the motorcycle remains unchanged. Still powering this bike is a 346cc single-cylinder motor that churns out 20PS at 5,250rpm and 28Nm of peak torque at 4,000rpm. What else is different between the two models? Well, we have done a detailed story on that, which you can read here.
On a side note, Royal Enfield has been testing the new Classic 350 and the new Thunderbird 350 for a long time now. And looking at the spy shots, both motorcycles are expected to come with a host of new updates.
Source Name : www.zigwheels.com