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  • Q. Which is good to buy between Bullet 500 ABS and Classic 500 stealth black, does it have classic looks. Classic is a killer when it comes to performance and Bullet is superb and no way compared to Classic 350, so I want both power and looks.
    Tameem | 4 months ago

    Go for a Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Standard, it's reliable, sturdy, good looking, huge ,comfortable, just manage it's low mileage, rest is fine , not that bad , and go for ABS because of its almost 200 kg weight + the riders weight ,the momentum it creates ,will take a while to stop the bike at 80 + speed , but still it doesn't matter if you are a true blue bullet fan.

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    Sunny | 4 months ago

    650

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  • Q. Bullet 500 is self start or not?
    Muzahid | 1 week ago

    Osm Bike

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    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    Royal Enfield Bullet 500 is available with both Kick and Self Start.

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  • 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.
    Rahul | 3 months ago

    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

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    Gopal | 3 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.

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  • Q. Does Bullet 500 have dual horn?
    Jomy | 1 week ago

    Yes

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    Anish | 3 months ago

    Think so

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  • Q. I'm confused between 350 gunmetal and Thunderbird 350X. which is better in terms of features, safety, daily commute and long touring?
    Sanjeet | 7 months ago

    For Features: Thunderbird 350X Safety: Both are good, Daily commute: Both are good, for Long touring: Thunderbird 350X.

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    Abin | 7 months ago

    Dude thunderbird 350 x is little bit vibration but signal and gunmetal have no vibration and more comfortable

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  • Q. When we can expect ABS on standard 500 forest green variant?
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    Royal Enfield is adding ABS in its whole lineup. The Indian Government has enforced the ABS mandate rule for all bikes (newly launched & existing) with engine capacity greater than 125cc from April next year. In April this year, the Government made ABS compulsory for all bikes (125cc and above) that are going to be launched henceforth. So, it might be possible that all colour variants will get ABS but as on now there is no official update regarding its ABS version form the brand.

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    Tameem | 3 months ago

    Royal Enfield will be having ABS on all of its models because ,The Government Of India has made it compulsory from April this year to have ABS on the bikes whose capacity is 125 CC and more ,so the bikes launched in the month of April this year ,will come up definitely with ABS , because they have to comply with the standards.

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  • 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.
    Rahul | 3 months ago

    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

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    Gopal | 3 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.

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  • Q. Which is the best between standard 500cc & classic 350 abs signal & classic 350 gunmetal...according its comfort, mileage & maintenance etc.
    Jomy | 1 month ago

    Difference between this is their power and rest all is negligible

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    Arabinda | 2 weeks ago

    350 ABS

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  • Q. How is the riding comfort compared to classic 500?
    Rahul | 1 month ago

    Seats of standard 500 are more comfortable than that of classic

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    Anish | 1 month ago

    Haathi hai re badweKyun paisa barbaad kar rha hai C hai kya

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