Hello, motorbike fanatics! There are some beautiful bikes available in the market.
You, I am sure would hate yourself if you missed out on them.
So, buckle up and get ready for a fantastic read on the freshest Royal Enfield 350 and 350 ES 2019.
The launching of these new variants was a couple of days ago, i.e., 9th August 2019. The manufacturer made it clear that bookings are already on.
These beautiful rides come in new colors and articulately blackened out design themes. Hence you, the buyer, are spoilt for options.
The company, Royal Enfield, has launched six new variants of the Bullet 350 and Bullet 350 ES (Electric Start). Better yet, the company has expanded its retail touch points. They have opened up to 250 retail studio stores, and there is yet another 250 getting launched in the next quarter.
Royal Enfield is set to go nowhere but up, setting the pace in the motorcycle market.
We are just getting started! Read on as we get deeper into the specs and features of these new arrivals.
It has been a long time coming, huh?
They are upgrades of their previous versions, more affordable to target a bigger audience and improve sales in the company.
So here are features common to both motorcycles:
- The bikes have black-rim spoked wheels that are less costly to manufacture.
- The side-boxes, turn-indicators, rear view mirrors, and grab handles are done in black complementing the bikes’ overall theme.
- The new bikes have speedometer positioned in the center of the console, tell-tale lights on its right and the key slot on the left.
- The bikes’ anchors are 280 mm disc brake upfront and a 153 mm rear drum brake paired with single-channel ABS.
- The tires are same with 19-inch ribbed pattern rubber at the front and block pattern tires at the back, 3.25-inch wide.
The difference is in their paint schemes, in that the two come in three different colors for each bike brand. Also, in branding, Bullet 350 uses stickers on the tank while 350 ES has a premium 3D logo.
Next, we look at what makes these grand bike brands stand out from the rest. Why should you get one of these? How powerful and effective are they?
Find out the answers below as we look at their specs.
Engine: air-cooled, single-cylinder, four-stroke, and twin-spark type of engine with 346 cc engine displacement that uses petrol as fuel. Its power and torque are 20.07 PS @ 5250 rpm and 28 [email protected] 4000 rmp respectively. The bore and stroke are 70 mm and 90 mm with a carburetor fuel system.
Brakes: the front and rear brakes are of the drum type, 280 mm, and 153 mm respectively.
Chassis and Suspension: the frame is a single downtube using the engine as a stressed member. The suspension at the front is of telescopic forks and at the rear are twin shock absorbers with 5-step adjustable preload.
Tires and Wheels: the tires are tubes of size 3.25 – 19 at the front and rear, the wheels (pressed steel/alloy) are spokes of 19 inches at the front and rear ends.
Dimensions: the bike is 2140 mm by 810 mm by 1120 mm; length, width, and height with a kerb weight of 183 Kg. It has 1370 mm wheelbase and 135 mm ground clearance. The seat height is 800 mm, and the fuel capacity is 13.5 liters.
Fuel economy and Performance: 3.6 L of fuel at a speed range of 0-60 km/h, the mileage is 40 km/h and a top speed of 130 km/h.
Pricing: The Bullet 350 will cost you INR 1.21 lakh, and the 350 ES an INR 1.36 lakh.
These prices are lesser than the previous models. Thus, you can say that these two newly launched brands are pocket-friendly with improved functionality.
Bullet 350 is available in three colors:
- Bullet silver,
- Sapphire blue and
- Onyx black while,
Bullet 350 ES comes in
- Jet black,
- Regal red and
- Royal blue.
They are also available in their current colors, black for 350 and maroon and silver for 350 ES.
Now that you know the nitty-gritty about the beautiful beasts, new in town, feel free to go on a test ride! Also, find out more info at www.royalenfield.com.
A fantastic Vroom! Vroom! Vroom! Experience awaits you.
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