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  • Q. I am 5'5", can I easily control this bike - Thunderbird 350?

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    Shanmuga
    Shanmuga | 8 months ago

    Yes, if you know to ride properly, you can handle, need a little strength physically in order to lift while making center stands, when battery down for kicking, and while puncture

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    Aditya
    Aditya | 1 year ago

    Yes, Seat height is as low as 775mm. Handlebar positions are different for normal and 'X' version. If you are commuter then I will suggest you to go for 'X' Version. Bike is quite flickable inspite of it's weight and also it is easy to handle as well

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    Ajith
    Ajith | 1 year ago

    5'6 may be correct height but I would suggest you to take test drive . because if you want to drive in city most then you may feel it's weight..but if you love that bike then close your eyes and purchase it.

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  • 4.6

    Nice comfort good I regemente the bike very good and stylish . mileage is good for me to come over there

  • 3.4

    Nice bike with comfort riding and balancing, but you will disappoint about its high maintenance cost

  • 5.0

    Superb bike with comfortable driving experience

  • 3.0

    It's nice to have a bike which helps finding a new way to a journey with such comfortable ride having one of it is like a dream comes true

  • 5.0

    Very nice bike with overall comfort, expect little more power, very well suited for long rides more than 100 kms

  • 4.6

    Everything good except the bike is underpowered starts vibrating like hell after 85km/h(case with almost all 350cc enfields) The comfort and styling is spot on. The mileage is also decent at around 35 on city 38 on highways. The bike feels too planted. Overall a good machine.

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