Royal Enfield’s most anticipated product this year, the Hunter 350, has been launched in three variants with prices starting from Rs 1.50 lakh. If this accessibility of the bike has had you impressed and you’re planning to buy one, here are the details of its variants.
Hunter 350 Retro
This is the most affordable trim of the Hunter 350 with a price tag of Rs 1.50 lakh. As the name suggests, it’s more inclined towards being a quintessential old-school offering with spoke wheels and tube tyres. It also gets a single disc brake along with a single-channel ABS setup, a more basic-looking analogue console accompanied by a tiny LCD, and a halogen tail lamp. Other distinctions over other variants include a simpler seat, a tubular pillion grab rail, and more understated paint schemes – Factory Black and Factory Silver. Notably, this is also 3kg lighter than other variants.
Hunter 350 Metro
The Metro is a more modern trim of the bike in terms of visuals, features, and hardware. It comes equipped with alloy wheels shod with tubeless tyres, a single disc at both ends, dual-channel ABS, an LED tail lamp, and a Meteor 350-like instrument cluster with a bigger LCD at the centre. It also gets sleeker split-type pillion grab rails along with a more stylish tuck-and-roll seat. Now, when it comes to colour, the Metro variant is further divided into the Dapper and Rebel series with the latter offering the snazziest of paint schemes. While the Dapper series costs Rs 1.64 lakh, the Rebel trim sets you back by Rs 1.69 lakh.
(All prices are ex-showroom)