About Royal Enfield Bullet 350
The Bullet 350 is now available in two different options, one with original old school Royal Enfield badging without a disc brake and electric start. And one with new colour schemes and the electric start and the disc brake, which was branded as the Electra earlier. Over the years, the Bullet has evolved and still stayed true to its essence of being an old-school cruiser.
The Bullet 350 features retro dials with an analogue speedometer, ammeter, and a key slot on the console. It is powered by an air-cooled 346cc single-cylinder four stroke engine churning out 19.8bhp and 28Nm of torque. It is mated to a five-speed gearbox with the gear-lever on the left side of the motorcycle. It can hit a claimed top speed of 95kmph.
The Bullet 350 is 2,140mmlong, 810mm wide, 1120mm tall with a wheelbase of 1,370mm and it weighs 180kg.
The base model of the Bullet 350 Twinspark is only available in one colour - black - and loses out on essentials like self-start and disc brakes but it is the cheapest Bullet money can buy. The more expensive version can be had in four colours – black, silver, maroon and blue.