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New 2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 priced in India at INR 1.74 lakh

Written by Kanad Kalasur

Royal Enfield has launched the 2023 Bullet 350. This means that the 350cc bike joins the ranks of other J-platform models in the Royal Enfield stable. The 2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 will retail from INR 1.74 lakh(ex-showroom).

2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 : More Details

The new Bullet is based on the J-platform. This platform already underpins the likes of the Hunter 350, Classic 350 and the Meteor 350.

In terms of looks, the Bullet 350 has a few differences compared to the Classic. Some of these include a new single seat, different handlebar, more upright rider position and rectangular design for side boxes. Further, the rear fender is more squared-off as compared to the Classic. The rear tail light uses a new housing as well.

Royal Enfield is offering different colour schemes on the Bullet 350. These include Military Red and Military Black, Standard Maroon and Standard Black as well as a Black and Gold colour. Some of these get a blacked out engine. The entry-level Military variants get rear drums while the others come with discs on both ends.

Powertrain of the 2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350

Like other J-Platform bikes, the Bullet 350 will get the same 349cc single cylinder engine. This unit develops 20 HP and 27 Nm and is paired with a 6-speed gearbox.
Hardware consists of regular telescopic front forks with a twin shock absorber setup at the back. Braking hardware consists of a 300mm front disc and a 270 mm rear disc (on select variants).

Pricing of the 2023 Royal Enfield

With the entry level model starting at INR 1,73,562, other variants go for INR 1,97,436. Meanwhile, the top of the line variant costs INR 2,15,801. This means, the Bullet 350 is around INR 19,000 cheaper than the Classic 350 and around INR 24,000 more pricier than the Hunter 350. Meanwhile, the outgoing Bullet 350 was on sale at INR 1.48-1.63 lakh. This means, the Bullet 350 is no longer the most affordable Royal Enfield bike.

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