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Just two months into 2021 and Royal Enfield has hiked the price of the Bullet for the second time!

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Just after increasing the prices of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 in January, the Chennai-based bikemaker has gone and done it again, and this time around, the premium is quite considerable. Take a look at the latest on-road Delhi prices:

Model

Latest Price

Old Price

Increase

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 KS

Bullet Silver & Onyx Black: 1,49,837

Black: Rs 1,56,688

Bullet Silver & Onyx Black: Rs 1,46,624

Black: Rs 1,53,341

Rs 3,213 - Rs 3,347

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ES

Jet Black, Regal Red & Royal Blue: Rs 1,67,178

Jet Black, Regal Red & Royal Blue: Rs 1,63,626

Rs 3,552

Paying around a lakh and a half for a bare-bones motorcycle may seem absurd to a lot of buyers, but for some enthusiasts, the Bullet’s timeless, no-frills charm is good enough to overlook the steep premium. That said, at the end of the day, it is still a rather laid-back motorcycle, perfect for comfortable commutes and long-distance rides, albeit at a lazy pace. No mechanical changes have been made to the motorcycle.

In parallel, Royal Enfield has increased the prices of its popular Classic 350 range too. Interestingly, the ex-showroom Delhi price of the most affordable variant of the Classic 350 is now on par with the on-road price of the Bullet 350 ES. This way, Royal Enfield can still maintain a sizable price gap between the two bikes. In a related development, the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 was recently spotted testing and its instrument cluster seems to be missing something. Find out what’s different here.

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