Royal Enfield will cut corners in terms of features to make Hunter 350 more affordable than the Meteor 350 and the Classic 350.
New Delhi: On August 5, Royal Enfield will debut its Hunter 350, and on August 7, the motorcycle will officially go on sale. Although the engine is the same as that found in the Classic 350 and Meteor 350, there have been some design changes due to the brand’s focus on a different group of riders. The output power is 20.2 horsepower, and the torque is 27 Nm.
The performance would be enhanced because it would weigh about 15 kg less than the Classic 350 or the Meteor. Let’s talk about the Hunter 350’s measurements. It has a 2055mm length and a 1,370mm wheelbase.
The Enfield Hunter will be available in a total of 8 colors, including dual-tone and single-tone shades, depending on the variation. While the top-end version will get dual-tone colors, some colors are specific via its app. The bike will have a lower seat height and a single-piece seat with a teardrop-shaped fuel tank.
Royal Enfield will compromise on features in order to achieve its aggressive cost, making it less expensive than the Meteor 350 and the Classic 350.