A lot of motorcycle enthusiasts are fans of the Royal Enfield Bullet, which is said to have the longest production run of any motorcycle in history. This September is going to up the excitement of such bike enthusiasts in India as the most awaited Bullet 350 is set to launch in a new guise. The bike will replace the 346cc UCE unit that has been on it for a while with a new J-series engine that is now found on models like the Classic, the Meteor, the Hunter, and others. However, the motorcycle's specifications have been leaked online ahead of its launch, rendering information on the majority of its specifics.
According to the leaked spec sheet, the 2023 bike will be available in three variants, the names of which have not yet been revealed. However, it is known that the standard version will have a chrome engine finish, a single-channel ABS system, and a rear drum brake. Meanwhile, the mid-spec model will comprise ORVMs, a chrome engine, gold pinstriping, a rear disc brake, and dual-channel ABS. The higher-spec variant, on the other hand, will come with dual-tone gasoline tanks, Coppa and Gold 3D badging, a blacked-out engine, and more. Let's know in detail about other specifications of the upcoming Royal Enfield Bullet 350.
2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Fresh Details
An entirely new J-Series chassis is revealed in a leaked Royal Enfield Bullet 350 brochure. This engine has the traits of a traditional cruiser, including tractability, noticeably fewer vibrations, and more. It is said to be able to produce 27Nm of torque at 4,000rpm and 20.2bhp of power at 6,100rpm. A five-speed gearbox will be connected to the engine.
Twin-sided gas-charged rear shock absorbers and conventional telescopic front forks will be used for suspension. At the front (300 mm) and back, disc brakes will come standard, each supplemented by a single-channel ABS system. A dual-channel ABS unit will also be an option. Further, the bike will roll on a 19-/18-inch wheel combination instead of the 19-inch rear wheel it previously had, according to the leaked spec document. The rear tyre has 120 section-unit, while the front tyre has 100 section-unit.
Aside from this, the other notable features of the forthcoming bike include a reworked headlight with new pilot lamps, a new halogen tail lamp with integrated reflectors, an 805mm long seat with a brand-new single-piece tubular grab rail, a USB charging port, a semi-digital instrument console with an LCD data display, and more.
Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 India Launch
In addition to the Bullet 350, Royal Enfield plans to introduce the Himalayan 450 in 2023. On November 1, the motorcycle manufacturer will unveil the eagerly anticipated Royal Enfield Himalayan 450. The 450cc, liquid-cooled engine of this new Royal Enfield model is anticipated to produce a maximum output of 40bhp and a peak torque of 45Nm. This motor will use a 6-speed gearbox, a slipper clutch, and an assist clutch for the gearbox.