|Engine Displ. :||346 cc|
|Power :||20.07 PS @ 5250 rpm|
|Mileage :||40 Kmpl|
|No Of Gears :||5 Speed|
|Fuel System :||Carburetor|
|Head Lamp :||35 W / 35 W, HALOGEN|
|Wheels Type :||Spoke|
|Tubeless Tyres :||Y|
|Standard Warranty (Years) :||Y|
March 31, 2017: Royal Enfield dealers are not offering any discounts as the bikes have been already updated to BS-IV emission norms but do check with local dealers if they have any old stock pending for sale.
The Bullet 350 is the enthusiast’s entry ticket to owning one of the most legendary motorcycles in India. The base Bullet is barebones but the electric start variant (It is actually the Electra renamed as Bullet ES) comes with a gas-charged rear suspension, different tyres and a front disc brake. Just like the Classic, the Bullet also uses the same Unit Construction Engine.
Trademark ‘Bullet’ looks, Attention to detail like the hand-painted pin-striping, Highway stability
Base Bullet is too expensive for the features it offers, or rather lacks, Narrow tyres, Engine vibrations
If you’re a die-hard Royal Enfield fan under a budget, the Bullet 350 is the one you should go for. Spending slightly more on the ‘ES’ variant will award you with better features, enhancing the riding experience in this motorcycle.
Royal Enfield hasn’t discontinued the Electra but rechristened it as the Bullet 350 ES for the Indian two-wheeler market