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Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ABS Receives a Price Hike For the First Time

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ABS Receives a Price Hike For the First Time

Snapshot: With the festive season ending on a good note, Royal Enfield has decided to revise its prices by increasing the Bullet 350 ABS price for the first time.

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  • Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ABS gets its first price hike.

  • The kick-start version of the Royal Enfield 350 ABS costs Rs 114,755, whereas the electric start variant is available at Rs 130,365.

The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 made its debut in August 2019 at Rs 112,000 for the kick-start variant with the electric-start variant priced at Rs 126,000. Now, with the festive season coming to an end, the company has decided to hike the prices to Rs 114,755 and Rs 130,365 for the two variants respectively.

The RE Bullet 350 ABS is available in six color options with the base variant available in Bullet Silver, Bullet Onyx Black, and Sapphire Bullet Blue. The higher-end version is available in Regal Red, Jet Black, and Royal Blue options.

The Bullet 350 ABS is the only bike from RE that comes with a single-channel ABS. The bike has disc brakes for the front wheel whereas drum brakes do the braking duty for the rear. 

As compared to chrome units in the previous versions, these RE Bullet 350 ABS include blacked-out parts. The Bullet 350 ES sports a Royal Enfield tag whereas the Bullet 350 features a winged graphic Royal Enfield insignia on the fuel tank.

Some of the standard features on both the bikes include the round headlight, teardrop fuel tank design, twin-pod analogue instrument console, ribbed-style cover, chrome filler cap, and the Bullet 350 branding on the back-side panels.

The shock absorbers on the RE Bullet 350 are the same as on the rest of the RE products with telescopic forks for the front wheels and twin-sided springs for the rear. One can expect the BSVI-compliant version of the bikes before the 2020 deadline. 

The bike draws its power from a 346cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine that delivers 20.07ps power and 28Nm torque. The engine pairs with a 5-speed gearbox.

One was expecting the unveiling of a Euro-V/BSVI-compliant Royal Enfield bike at the EICMA 2019, but the company ended up displaying its existing models at the event.

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