February 16, 2017: The last major update for the Bullet 350 came in 2010 when Royal Enfield was updating its entire line-up with the Unit Construction Engine or UCE. The Bullet 350 replaced the RE standard 350 and is the purest form of Royal Enfield you can currently buy. The bike can be had in the vintage black paint job like the vintage ones and still comes with a drum brake (disc brake is available as an option). The Bullet 350 takes you back in time with its design that harks back to the original Royal Enfields of the 60’s but gets modern features like an electric starter, gearshift lever on the left, and transistor coil ignition to make it more reliable and liveable. The new 350cc engine now has an integrated gearbox and oil lines for a cleaner look and is more powerful fuel efficient and reliable than before. It also emits a meatier thump. The Bullet 350 is for the enthusiast who wants a vintage bike that he/she can ride on a daily basis.
It is for the old-school buyer who prefers old-school styling and an old school riding experience. It maminly makes sense for the bullet fan.
Royal Enfield hasn’t discontinued the Electra but rechristened it as the Bullet 350 ES for the Indian two-wheeler market
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