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  • Q. Is bullet 350 worth able for a long road trip?

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    Vivek
    Vivek | 1 year ago

    My personal opinion, if you really want to own a bullet, kindly opt for an old model 350 std, whose gears are on reverse.Pros:1. Low maintenance cost, but periodic maintenance required.2. High in comfort when compared to modern models of RE with 350cc engines.3. Dedicated chambers for gear box, clutch and engine. Engine box is never disturbed in normal case.4. Performance of engine is optimum for daily stress free rides.5. Mileage is approx 38 to 40 Kmpl in standard ride conditions.6. Full metal body and weight of vehicle is evenly distributedCons:1. Electric start not available.2. ABS / Disc brakes not available. But, the drum brakes are powerful and reliable enough.Riding old (1992 to 1995) bullets, are very much satisfying. True Indian Cruiser.

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    Nagarjuna
    Nagarjuna | 1 year ago

    Very good don't compare to another bike take a ride of urself, don't listen any riders take own decisions I travelled 5000 KMS Vijayawada, Chennai, madhurai, Kanyakumari, Trivendrum, Sabarimala, erumeli, kumali, theni, againa back to Vijayawada very comfortable riding my height was 6 now I'm using Yamaha FZ250 which is not comfortable than RE STD 350

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    Debjit
    Debjit | 1 year ago

    Long road trips at sub 80 speed is ok ..above that you will have a spinal ache & numb fingers.

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Royal Enfield Bullet 350 User Reviews

  • 3.4

    Good only if you are a bullet lover, Other wise there are many other bikes with much better features and performance.But the style statement of old standard bullet is unbeatable.

  • 3.8

    Comfortable and profomens no problem for mechanic repair no problems service issues every day i am used this motors cycle better feel the ride.

  • 3.8

    I love my bike bullet 350 standard but the mileage is low.Other wise the bike is very comfortable also for long route.

  • 5.0

    A very nice bike with a good comfort mileage comfort an every thing it is a royal bike with 350 cc twinspark engine.It is a beast.

  • 3.0

    Good luck with your search engine optimization search

  • 4.2

    Comfort and overall performance is good, But unhappy with mileage and maintenance cost.Hope re will look after these issues.

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