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Meteor 350 Follows In The H’ness’ Footsteps


Receives its first price hike since its India debut

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Prices Hiked

Royal Enfield has joined the price hike bandwagon by increasing the prices of the Meteor 350. This comes close on the heels of Honda hiking the prices of the H’ness CB350. Royal Enfield has increased the prices of the Meteor 350 range by about Rs 3,000 depending on the variant. RE has hiked the prices of its popular Classic 350 range as well. You can check out the variant-wise price hike in the below table:

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 variant 

New price

Previous price

Price increase

Fireball

Rs 1,78,744

Rs 1,75,817

Rs 2,927

Stellar

Rs 1,84,377

Rs 1,81,237

Rs 3,010

Supernova 

Rs 1,93,656

Rs 1,90,510

Rs 3,146

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Prices Hiked

The Meteor 350 is the most important bike for Royal Enfield since the launch of the Interceptor 650 and the Continental GT 650 a few years back. It has debuted a new frame and chassis, and you can read what we have to say about the Meteor 350 in our real-world test. 

It’s powered by a brand-new air-cooled 349cc engine that produces 20.4PS and 27Nm. While the numbers are similar to its UCE counterpart, the addition of a counterbalancer has resulted in a refined engine. The Meteor 350 uses a new double downtube split-cradle frame which has helped in reducing the weight by 6kg compared to the Thunderbird 350. The Meteor 350 also gets turn-by-turn navigation called Tripper. Also Read - BS6 Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Real World Test

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