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BS6 compliant Royal Enfield Bullet 350 launched at INR 1.21 lakh

Nizam Shaikh
Written by Nizam Shaikh

Royal Enfield has launched the Bullet 350 with an upgraded BS6 engine in the Indian market at the starting price of INR 1.21 lakh ex-showroom, Delhi. 




Bullet 350 EFI Black INR 1,27,750
Bullet 350 EFI Forest Green INR 1,27,750
Bullet X 350 EFI Bullet Silver INR 1,21,583
Bullet X 350 EFI Onyx Black INR 1,21,583
Bullet X 350 ES EFI Jet Black INR 1,37,194
Bullet X 350 ES EFI Regal Red INR 1,37,194
Bullet X 350 ES EFI Royal Blue INR 1,37,194

*All prices mentioned above are ex-showroom, Delhi.

The new BS6 Bullet 350 and its iteration the Bullet 350 ES are similar to the BS4 model in terms of design and styling and is available in four colours on the Bullet 350 and three colour options on the Bullet 35 ES model. The Bullet 350 comes with Black, Forest Green, Bullet Silver and Onyx Black while the Bullet 350 ES comes with Jet Black, Regal Red and Royal Blue colours.

In terms of styling, the Bullet 350 and the Bullet 350 ES features an old-school design and comes with black fenders with chrome fender options, single scooped seat, rounded headlight unit with chrome bezel, teardrop fuel tank, polished cylinder head and side covers depending on the model, low slung exhaust finished in chrome etc. 

The Bullet 350 and the 350 ES is powered by a BS6 emission compliant 346cc single-cylinder 4-stroke, air-cooled fuel-injected engine with a 70mm bore and 90mm stroke with an 8.5:1 compression ratio. The undersquare engine produces 19.1 bhp @ 5250 rpm

28 Nm @ 4000 rpm matched to a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox and wet multi-plate clutch. 

In terms of its mechanical hardware, the Bullet 350 and the 350 ES features a single downtube chassis using the engine as a stressed member and rides on 35mm telescopic front forks and 5 steps twin shocks on the rear. The bike gets 19-inch spoke rims and the braking power comes from 280mm single disc on the front with a 2-Piston calliper armed with ABS and a 153mm internally expanding mechanical drum brake on the rear.

Royal Enfield has also upgraded the Royal Enfield Classic 350 to BS6 standards and the brand has also ended production on the 500c UCE (Unit Construction Engine) that powered the Classic 500 and a commemorative limited edition ‘Classic 500 Tribute Black’ was launched in February 2020 through a limited time online sale.