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The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is a big hit on the market and challenges the popularity of the classics.



Royal Enfield launched the Hunter 350, a lightweight and affordable roadster bike in India last August. With this motorcycle, in just three months he passed the 50,000 sales milestone. The cumulative sales volume of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is 50,760 units. In the last three months, they have sold 18,197, 17,118 and 15,445 units respectively. This bike competes with the Classic 350.

The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 was priced at Rs 1,49,900 in showrooms at its launch in August. As such, he’s the second most affordable bike in the company’s lineup, after the Bullet 350, the cheapest and most popular model. The Hunter 350 is available in three color variations: Retro Factory, Metro Dapper and Metro Rebel.

The Retro Factory variant is priced at Tk 1,49,900. On the other hand, Metro Dapper and Metro Rebel are priced at Tk 1,63,900 and Tk 1,68,900 respectively (ex-showroom). Each is powered by a 349 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine. Peak power is 20.2 bhp and peak torque is 27 Nm.

In terms of hardware, the Metro version of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is equipped with Ayer spoked wheels, rear drum brakes and single channel ABS. The retro model’s feature list includes alloy wheels with tubeless tires, two-wheel disc brakes and dual channel ABS. The Metro version, on the other hand, has a dual-tone finish, while the Retro variant has a single-tone theme.

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