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Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Specifications

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Engine Displ. : 499 cc
Mileage : 30 Kmpl
Power : 27.57 PS @ 5250 rpm
Gear Box : 5 Speed
Fuel System : Fuel Injection
ABS : Dual Channel
Head Lamp : NA
Wheels Type : Spoke
Tyre Type : Tube
Standard Warranty (Years) : Yes
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Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Specifications Summary

Bullet 500 Variants Key Specifications Key Features
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Rs. 1.89 lakh
499 cc, 30 Kmpl, 27.57 PS @ 5250 rpm view all 5 Speed Gear Box, Fuel Injection Fuel System, Dual Channel ABS, Head Lamp, Spoke Wheels, Tube Tyre view all

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Bullet 500

Q. Bullet 500 is self start or not?
  • Both self and kick : By Akshat | 3 weeks ago
  • Electric start : By Kapil | 2 months ago
  • Self start : By Mohammad | 2 weeks ago
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Q. Which bike to buy among Bullet Standard 350 or new Bullet standard 500 with fuel injection as I want to use my bike mostly for touring purpose mostly around 500 kms in weekends
  • Thanks buddy for your reply ... and also if you can help me if any new variant is coming soon in standard 500 or should i buy the current one. : By Shrinidhi | 11 months ago
  • Then bullet 500cc is best because there are no complaint I received till now and even abs is good in this bike : By Chirag | 11 months ago
  • Buy any other bike As this is haathiAnd don't waste money on haathiYou can go for any other bike. : By Anish | 6 months ago
Q. Does the vehicle vibrate alot when we exceed 90km/hr ? does it have any issue other than that. would you recommend to get ? please help in this regard. - Bullet 500?
  • Yes the vibration level increases considerably when it revs up above 90 kmph and above 100 it's not comfortable but the interceptor is good in this regard.. : By Abhilash | 2 weeks ago
  • It vibrates above 100km/hr and it doesn't have any other issue : By Sunil | 2 months ago
  • Little bit...not disturbing . Provided tyres and handle bar have no bend . : By Anshul | 5 months ago
Q. Between Classic and standard bullet, both 500 and 350, which is best for long rides and which has better bending moment, mileage and performance?
  • Bullet 500 is the best long distance bike in the enfield stable. Dont go for Classic 500 as it has issues with fuel injection. 350 should only be considered if you cant afford a Bullet 500. : By Neel | 1 month ago
  • If mileage is preference go with 350. If performance & power 500 is better. Between Classic & Bullet Std, it's your choice but Bullet has more comfort for long rides due to its seat : By Kedar | 3 months ago
  • 500 is better than 350 : By Sunil | 2 months ago
Q. Since Bullet Standard 350 is launched with single channel ABS, I am now confused as to which one to go for - Bullet Standard 350 cc or Bullet Standard 500 cc - considering 500 cc has more safety features? My use is mostly city commute and looking for a bike which is sturdy, reliable and comfortable from the above 2 bikes.
  • That's true .... standard 500 is having more safety features... standard 500 is having a little bit more power and massive torque...rare tire of 500 is also bigger... but vibrations are also on higher side compared to 350 cc....if you are not worried about the vibrations, 500cc is the best choice...and since you have chosen bullet, average won't be the issue for you either way : By Rahul | 8 months ago
  • YOU CAN GO FOR 350 CC IF YOU ARE RIDING IN CITY MOST OF THE TIME. IT WILL GIVE MORE MILAGE AS PER MY THINKING AND YOU WOULD GET VERY RARE CHANCE IN CITY TO DRIVE IN TOP GEAR. SINCE 500 CC IS MORE POWER FULL AND WHEN I RIODE IN CITY FEEL ANNOYED DUE TO FREQUENTLY GEAR CHANGE. BUT ON HIGHWAY OR HILL DRIVE 500CC IS PERFECT DELIGHT WITH LOAD OR WITHOUT LOAD. : By Gopal | 8 months ago
  • Bullet 500 and 350 both are excellent machines. If you looking to use only the bike only for city and short commutes then 350 is the best suited for you. But Bullet 500 is good for City riding and an excellent for touring too, you can get the best of both. So consider this factor before buying mate. : By Akhand | 8 months ago
Q. What about its vibration at 80kmph. Will it be good with respect to pick up and speed if we compare it with Dominar 400 - Bullet 500?
  • Actually many of the related person , told me that vibration is there. So, I wanted to aks basically about vibration, which I can't take it up. Please do reply. : By Faisal | 10 months ago
  • I ride it and there is no vibration as such , and moreover, owning a Royal Enfield is owning a piece of history, rest is upto you. : By Tameem | 10 months ago
  • Yes , it will be good considering pickup ,looks feeling,restlessness, and the unchallenged,unplugged riding pleasure : By Tameem | 10 months ago
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