Royal Enfield Bullet 350 On Road Price in NoidaChange
|Variant||On Road Price||Ex Showroom Price||RTO + Others||Insurance|
|Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ABS||Rs. 1,41,774||Rs. 1,21,381||Rs. 12,438.00||Rs. 7,955|
|Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ES ABS||Rs. 1,57,556||Rs. 1,35,614||Rs. 13,861.00||Rs. 8,081|
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Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Price in Noida
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 price in Noida starts from Rs. 1.21 lakh (Ex-showroom). Bullet 350 is available in only 2 variant. The top-end variant Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ES ABS is priced at Rs. 1.36 lakh. Royal Enfield Bullet 350's top competitors are Royal Enfield Classic 350 (price starting at Rs. 1.39 lakh in Noida) and KTM Duke 200 (price starting at Rs. 1.52 lakh in Noida).
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Overview
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Royal Enfield Dealer Showrooms in Noida
SOLITAIRE AUTOMOTIVEA-60C Ground Floor, Sector 63 Noida, Uttar pradesh, 201301Contact Dealer
M/S SHREE MAHADEV AGENCYC-454, Sector -10, Near Swani Furniture, Harola Road Noida, Uttar pradesh, 201301Contact Dealer
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Bullet 350
Q. I would like to buy a new bike with in a budget of 2 lakh. My height is 176cm and weight is 90. My monthly average travelling is 100 km. Which one to buy Jawa or RE Bullet 350?
Q. I am Planning to buy Royal Enfield Himalayan but i am afraid of maintenance cost and spare part or Shall i buy bullet Standard?Zigwheels | 2 months ago
The Royal Enfield Himalayan and Royal Enfield Bullet both the bikes are designed for different roles. The Royal Enfield Himalayan is an adventure tourer whereas the Bullet 350 is a cruiser. Moreover, if the spare parts and service cost of the bike is considered then definitely the Himalayan demands a more costly, but the bike has been loaded with the features to make your ride hassle free which demands a bit more maintainable cost. However, the choice of the bike depends on your needs and requirements, therefore, we would suggest you to take a test ride of both the bikes.Click here for the dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Royal-EnfieldShrinidhi | 1 month ago
Both are diff journo bike ... you cannot compare the maintenance cost ... defiantly Himalayan will be higher as it is double the rate of standard so definitely the parts used are of high quality compare to standard and also do note Himalayan bike service comes every 5000 kms
Q. How to maintain condition of bike sir please help?Zigwheels | 2 months ago
To maintain the condition of your bike there are several terms which should be followed by the user.(i) Check your bike every day for the flaws. If any take your bike to the service center to get it fixed.(ii) If your bike doesn't have a chain cover, check the chain regularly and if you find the chain dry shary the chain with the oil suggested by the service center.(iii)It is very important to take your bike for a checkup at regular intervals to the authorised service station so that the bike doesn't face any hindrance in the performance as well as if there are any components required to be changed can be changed at a correct time.(iv) Make sure to install genuine spare parts(if required) on your bike.Mayank | 1 month ago
Time to time servicing of you bike that is every 2-3 months or every 3000Kms and replacing of Engine oil as per requirement and use a good quality and company engine oil with instructed grade.Clean and Lube your chain after every 500-700Km. Treat it like your friend and ride carefully according to the road conditions. Try to learn about your bike during the time of servicing at service centre.
Q. Which 350CC model is best for good average and low maintainance?Abhishek | 1 month ago
In the mind of people as a bullet 350, the first picture is made of classic, which is beautiful to watch but if overall is spoken, then standard Electra and Thunderbird, after three, comes to the classic fourth number in my choice !! 1. If you like comfort too much and you can compromise some mileage then you should take Thunderbird! 2. If you need a good mileage 350cc solid bike with comfort, then you should prefer Electra! It has its own pleasure to sit on it, the person who is sitting behind gets the same comfort as the runner! 3. Thunderbird and Electra, the standard model comes in third place, which is a great option, for the driver, it also meets Electra and Thunderworld. In this, the single seat gives the best comfort to the person sitting behind!And it's heavy engine gives you a solid feeling 4. Classic is beautiful to look at, everything else will give you sadness !!
Q. I am 5'8" Guy. I am planning to buy Bullet standard 350 (ABS version).Will this model suit me ? what about the maintenance as compare to CL 350?
Q. Is it possible to get Black Matt finish in Classic 350 and what will be the cost?
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