Royal Enfield Bullet ES
- Engine: 346 Cc
- Mileage: 54 Kmpl
- Power: 19.8 bhp
- Weight: 187 Kg
Royal Enfield Bullet ES Overview
One of the most popular sounds in the world is that of Royal Enfield Bullet; some people love that sound and some just hate it. The bullet has the longest production run as its production began in 1948 and is still going on. Royal Enfield has come out with a new and efficient model of the Bullet, called the Bullet 350 ES, ES standing for Electric Start. The Bullet ES has been produced to continue with the Bullet model with necessary and basic modern aids.
Royal Enfield Bullet ES Performance and Handling
The Bullet is considered to be a very basic cruiser with a top speed of 100 kmph, which is more for the feel of its sound and looks rather than being a rider’s choice. This decent cruiser manages to return a good mileage of 30 kmpl in the city and 40 kmpl on the highway. The bike comes equipped with electric start and a front disc brake that are a part of the basic modern touch ups. The suspension at the rear is handled by twin gas charged shock absorbers with 5-step adjustable preload, 80 mm travel, providing optimum handling performance.
Royal Enfield Bullet ES Engine & Transmission
Carrying a price tag varying from Rs. 1.1-1.4 Lakh, the Bullet comes with the Evergreen 346 cc, 1-cylinder engine producing 19.8 bhp of power and 28 Nm of torque, with a 5-speed transmission and wet multi-plate clutch. The fuel system on this bike is a UCAL 29 mm, constant vacuum carburetor with transistorized coil ignition.
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