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  • Q. Is bullet 350 worth able for a long road trip?
    Vivek
    Vivek | 5 months 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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  • Q. Whuch is good for daily use bullet Standard 350 or Yamaha MT-15?
    Amal
    Amal | 4 months ago

    Both bikes are in different categories so it entirely depends upon you. If you want a powerful bike with good looks then go for MT15 . If comfort is your most priority then go for RE bullet 350. If you live in a crowded place and there is bumper to bumper traffic then I wouldn't recommend MT15 as it starts to pump heat out on the right leg , during summer it might lead to discomfort but this is not the negative of the bike this only happens if you ride at 5 km/hr for 15 mins . Then there is the mileage , if well maintained MT15 can give a mileage about 50km but RE bullet can give 35 to 40 km.As I said at first it entirely depends upon you and if you have a pillion then go for RE bullet 350 but you should ride it first as it is a bit heavy and if you are not strong it could be difficult to move the bike when parked.
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  • Q. I am working as medical representative so daily I have ride minimum 20 to 150km so is it good to buy Bullet ABS or not good
    Nitin
    Nitin | 1 month ago

    Bro I have purchased bullet 350 daily ride minimum 50km to 90km. And trust me, bullet 350 le lo Dil Khush ho Jayega. 50kmpl agar badhiya road pe 80ki speed se chal the ho to. Maine avenger bhi chalaya hai but bullet gives amazing feel and comfort. Go for bullet. Har roz kahoge ki paise wasool bike hai.
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  • Q. Is there any heating problem in Bullet 350 after long ride?
    Arijit
    Arijit | 4 months ago

    Heating is common in every royal enfield model because they are air cooled.it is not a problem rather it is the character of the bike,every bike will heat up now ktm,harley davidson,indian,kawasaki,benelli.only ducati and triumph are not heated like them.
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  • Q. Is Bullet 350 bike suitable for college student Up and down nearly 60kms per day should be travelled. Does the bike support the journey?
    SS
    SS | 4 months ago

    Bhai no i does this in college, my college is in narela and i live in seelampur and its 32 km from my home one side, you will get f*****g tired and it's highway from starting to end.better to buy any commuter bike like duke 200, ns200, apache200 or a scooty
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  • Q. I m 53 yrs old. Should I buy bullet for first time ride.
    Amit
    Amit | 8 months ago

    Before buying try to test ride a couple of vehicles and see which suits your comfort level. Riding a bullet is quite easy as the weight is very well balanced. The problem you might face is while turning the vehicle or pushing it forth and back with the engine turned off. With little practice you would be able to manage these situations as well. Age is never a concern for bullet riders.
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  • Q. Actually question is not only 4 bullet 350. First, I am 6 feet with 94Kg. My priorities are Comfort, maintenance, mileage and performance. I have to drive 40-50km daily, plus long drive once in every month. As per my requirements and physique, please give me suggestions which bike may suit to me from following bikes Bullet 350, Bullet 350 ES, Classic 350, CB Shine and Honda Saluto?
    Debjit
    Debjit | 3 weeks ago

    No bike is designed for 6 footers. If you go for bullet get the ones with uncut seats like the standard models, there you will have the option of pushing back to adjust your posture. Otherwise go for the cruisers where you spread your legs forward like Harley or Triumph.
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  • Q. What is best beginner bike to ride across India?
    Abhishek
    Abhishek | 4 months ago

    There is a lot of options in today's round, you should take Thunderbird according to me.
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  • Q. I am planning a himalyan trip from Kerala within a year but I have to choose between Royal Enfield Classic 350 or Bullet 350. I don't like Himalyan or Thunderbird model so I please request you to choose the best for me.
    Debjit
    Debjit | 1 week ago

    Bullet 350 is comfortable because of its single seat concept. If you are tall go for it, where you have the option of pushing yourself back. Both bikes have same engine power only the standard model comes with narrow tyres which might not be stable for long distance drives.
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  • Q. Which is the most economic version of RE Bullet for the use in Kerala?
    Abhirath
    Abhirath | 5 months ago

    Brother the most economical bike in 350cc segment to ride between 40-60 kmph would be royal enfeild 350 electra or royal enfeild 350 classic. That would give you the best mileage while you are commuting in the city.
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