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I have bullet standard 350cc.I got it in 2018 n until now thrs no issue with engine or any other part it give a fantastic mileage of 40kmpl in city wch is the most satisfying thing for me.Retro kick start with 3d logo makes it feel like you just wanna ride it and the comfort is better then classic i guess.
To be frank no bike can replace the iconic bullet.Its a bike made for all roads ( very important while considering a bike in india).This bike is for cruising peacefully at some 50-80 kmh.The shifts are smooth and gradual.Would recommend to anyone who enjoys short cruises and a reliable machine.
I have royal enfield meteor driving was very comfortable stable and studdy when it driving 100km/hr no vibration very sad to inform service from pravallika motors who is agency of royal enfield service point in autonagar is very bad worst to compare any other services center of royal enfield
Two-wheeled steerable machine that is pedaled by the rider's feet.On a standard bicycle the wheels are mounted in-line in a metal frame, With the front wheel held in a rotatable fork.The rider sits on a saddle and steers by leaning and turning handlebars that are attached to the fork.
The royal enfield bullet was originally an overhead-valve single-cylinder four-stroke motorcycle made by royal enfield in redditch, Worcestershire, Now produced by royal enfield (india) at chennai, Tamil nadu, A company originally founded by madras motors to build royal enfield motorcycles under licence in india.The royal enfield bullet has the longest unchanged production run of any motorcycle having remained continuously in production since 1948. the bullet marque is even older, And has passed 75 years of continuous production.The royal enfield and bullet names derive from the british company which had been a subcontractor to royal small arms factory in enfield, London.