- Royal Enfield Bullet 350 becomes costlier by up to Rs 6,045
- New prices applicable from 1 July, 2021
- Next-generation Classic 350 and New Hunter 350 expected soon
Royal Enfield has hiked the prices of the Bullet 350. Customers will now have to pay a premium of up to Rs 6,045 from 1 July, 2021 onwards. The price hike has not brought any cosmetic or mechanical change to the Bullet 350. The Chennai-based two-wheeler manufacturer has bumped up the prices of it's entire lineup. We have already reported about the price hike of the Himalayan, Classic 350, Meteor 350 and the 650cc twins as well. Click here to know more about the same.
The Bullet 350 is available in three variants: KS, Standard and ES. The KS variant is priced at Rs 1,38,726 and has received the least price hike of Rs 4,442. While the Standard variant is priced at Rs 1,45,399, it has received the highest price hike of Rs 6,045. On the other hand, ES is priced at Rs 1,60,490 and has received a hike of Rs 5,573 over the ex-showroom price of June 2021. The above-mentioned prices are ex-showroom (Bangalore).
The Bullet 350 gets a muscular and neo-retro design. It is available in six colour options: Black, Jet Black, Royal Blue, Regal Red, Bullet Silver and Onyx Black. The bike further carries a circular theme for a few equipment like the headlamp, indicators and mirrors. The neo-retro motorcycle draws power from a 346cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine that produces 19.1bhp at 5,250rpm and 28Nm at 4,000rpm. All this power and torque is taken to its wheels via a five-speed transmission.