Royal Enfield Bullet 350

Royal Enfield has revised the prices of its entire range. And the starting price of the ageing Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has gone up by nearly Rs 7,400.

The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is the oldest motorcycle in continuous production.

With only minor modifications to help it comply with our ever-evolving safety and emission norms.

When the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 BS6 was launched, it commanded a premium of Rs 5,910.

Over the previous-gen BS4 model. But with subsequent hikes, the price gap has widened even further.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Specifications

Bullet 350 BS6 uses the same 346cc single-cylinder thumper as the Royal Enfield Classic 350 BS6. The motor produces 19.3PS at 5250rpm and 28Nm at 4000rpm.

The gearbox continues to remain a 5-speed unit. The engine nestles inside a traditional single downtube frame linked to a telescopic front fork and twin rear shock absorbers.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Design

Bullet 350's design has remained more or less the same. It has kept it intact as it evokes the sense of nostalgia associated with basic no-nonsense British motorcycles.

The round headlamp with chrome nacelle, the iconic 'Tiger lamps', the classic-styled fuel tank, and the single-piece quilted leather seat are all in tune with the bike's retro look.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Features

Bullet 350 BS6 continues to be a simple, no-frills motorcycle. It doesn't get any modern features, apart from a fuel injection system and a single-channel ABS.

It comes with an analogue instrument cluster, showing only the speedometer and odometer readings, apart from the tell-tale lights. The amp meter pod has been replaced with an engine check light

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Competitors

Alternatives to the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 include the Jawa, Honda H'Ness CB350, and the Benelli Imperiale 400.

That said, all these motorcycles are technologically superior and each one of them is considerably more expensive than the Bullet 350.

The Royal Enfield Bullet was originally an overhead-valve single-cylinder four-stroke motorcycle made by Royal Enfield in Redditch, Worcestershire.