Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Gets New 'Dapper' Colour Options at Rs 1.70 Lakh

The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 comes powered by a 349cc air/oil-cooled engine, producing 20.8bhp at 6,100rpm and 27Nm of peak torque at 4,000rpm.

By Kanika Sachdeva | on January 4, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

Royal Enfield launched the Hunter 350 in two variants in August 2022. Less than a year into its launch, the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 crossed the 2-lakh unit sales milestone in India. Now, the Chennai-based bikemaker has added two fresh colour options to the Dapper series of the Hunter 350 – Dapper O (Orange) and Dapper G (Green). Other colour options are Dapper White, Dapper Grey, Rebel Blue, Rebel Red, Rebel Black, and Factory Black. Both new colour schemes cost an identical Rs 1.70 lakh. Meanwhile, the base Factory Black is available at Rs 1.50 lakh, while the top-spec 'Rebel' colour options ask for Rs 1.75 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom.  For those unaware, the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is the third model to be developed on the same J-Series platform as the Classic 350 and the Meteor 350. 

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The brand says that apart from the metros, the Hunter 350 has made rapid inroads into Tier-2 and Tier-3 markets. Other than our market, the Hunter 350 is also available in Indonesia, Japan, Korea, and Thailand in APAC; France, Germany, Italy and the UK in Europe; Argentina, Colombia and Mexico in LATAM; and Australia, and New Zealand as well.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Dapper G

Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Engine, Output

The Hunter 350 comes powered by a 349cc air/oil-cooled engine (E20 fuel-compliant), producing 20.8bhp at 6,100rpm and 27Nm of peak torque at 4,000rpm. The motor is coupled to a five-speed transmission. 

Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Suspension, Brakes

The Retro version of the Hunter 350 runs on wire-spoked wheels, while the Metro gets alloy wheels. Also, the tyres of both variants differ in size. The Retro variant comes with 17-inch wheels wrapped in 100/80 front and 120/80 rear tyres (tubed tyres), while the Metro variant gets 17-inch units wrapped in 110/70 front and 140/70 rear tyres.   

In terms of suspension, both versions are supported by telescopic forks at the front and dual shock absorbers at the rear. In terms of braking, the Retro comes with a rear drum brake with single-channel ABS. On the other hand, the Metro has disc brakes at both ends, along with dual-channel ABS. 

Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Features

The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is an amalgam of style, performance, and innovation. Features-wise, the Hunter 350 gets a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, an instrument console, a short exhaust, grab rails, tail light, indicators, and a circular headlamp. Moreover, you can accessorise your bike with crash guards, passenger backrest, bar-end mirrors, different seats, and so on.

Also Read: Upcoming Royal Enfield Bikes in India: Shotgun 650, Hunter 450, Classic Bobber 350 and More

The Hunter 350 takes on the likes of the Honda CB 350RS, the TVS Ronin, the Yezdi Roadster, and the Jawa 42. 

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