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2022 Royal Enfield Hunter 350 fully revealed before official launch

Written by Rohit Tonapi

The very same day Royal Enfield released the first official teaser for the upcoming Hunter 350, we got a new leak about its variants and colour options. Now, new spy shots have surfaced, which fully reveal the Hunter 350 ahead of its launch. With all the leaks coming in, there is not much left for Royal Enfield to tease us with. The only missing piece remains the price of the latest bike from the brand. Royal Enfield will officially launch the Hunter 350 on 7th August 2022. However, it looks like we won’t have to wait that long to get a clear look at the bike. 

2022 Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Fully Revealed – What Do We See?

The Hunter 350 in the new spy shots seems to be in the same variant and colour combination as from the previous spy shots. Thanks to the latest leak about the variants and colour options, we know exactly which one it is. The Hunter 350 in the spy shots is the top-end Metro Rebel in Rebel Blue colour option.

The new spy shot clearly shows the teardrop-shaped tank of the motorcycle. We can also see that the Rebel Blue will get a blue and white dual-tone colour in a matte finish. In the earlier spy shots, the tank was covered in bubble wrap. Thus, we didn’t know if it was a matte or gloss finish.

Unlike the fuel tank, the rest of the bike gets gloss black panels. The spy shots also show the instrument console of the Hunter 350, which it borrows from the Meteor. Apart from the screws and nuts, you would be hard-pressed to find chrome anywhere on the bike. 

2022 Royal Enfield Hunter 350 – What Do We Know?

From a previous type-approval leak, we know that the Hunter 350 will be the most compact Royal Enfield in the lineup. The document also confirmed that it will use the same J-series platform and engine as the Meteor. Thus, powering it will be the same 349.34cc engine which makes 20 PS of power. 

The Hunter 350 will measure 2,055 mm in length, 800 mm in width and have a height of 1,055 mm. Meanwhile, the wheelbase will be 1,370 mm long. When compared to the Meteor 350 and Classic 350, the Hunter 350 will have the shortest length, height and wheelbase. The alloy wheels also have an identical design to the Meteor. However, the Hunter 350 will use 17-inch alloy wheels at both ends. 

Royal Enfield will offer the Hunter 350 in three variants – Retro, Metro & Metro Rebel. The Retro and Metro variants will have quite a lot of differences. At the same time, the only difference between the Metro and Metro Rebel variants will be the colour options. 

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