Royal Enfield recently changed the price and features of a few of their motorcycles. Moving forward, the price of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has been increased by Rs 2,874. The pandemic's disruption of the supply chain, as well as the resulting shortage of components and materials, has resulted in vehicle price hikes across the range. Aside from RE, numerous other manufacturers have raised the prices of their product lines.
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The Bullet Standard 350 is now priced at Rs 1,47,999 instead of Rs 1,45,125, while the Kickstart model is now priced at Rs 1,54,674 instead of Rs 1,51,800. Finally, the price of the Bullet 350 Electric Start variant has been increased to Rs 1,63,338 from Rs 1,60,464.
The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is built around a single cradle frame that houses a 346cc air-cooled engine. It's paired to a five-speed transmission and produces 19.2bhp and 28Nm of peak torque. It has 19-inch wheels on both ends, which are supported by front suspension with 35mm telescopic forks and twin rear shock absorbers with 5-step preload adjustment. The braking system has a 280mm front disc and a 153mm rear drum brake. It also features a single-channel ABS.
The Royal Enfield Bullet is one of the most selling and most affordable cruiser motorcycles available in India. the brand is working on the next-generation Bullet to improve the overall user experience. It'll be built on a new 350cc platform with a new J-series engine same as the Meteor 350 and Classic 350.
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The minimum booking amount via the RE phone app was recently doubled by Royal Enfield. Previously, potential purchasers could reserve their Royal Enfield by paying a booking fee of Rs 10,000 through the RE app. For new customers who book through the online app, the booking amount has been doubled to Rs 20,000.
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