Hunter 350: Design
Talking concerning the design of the motorbike, the bike will get a matte end twin-tone paint job much like the Scram 411. While the gas tank has a twin-tone paint job, the remaining of the motorbike appears to be completed in all black, together with the wheels. Just like most traditional-styled Royal Enfield bikes, the Hunter 350 is totally devoid of chrome.
It will get a spherical form for the headlight, spherical rear-view mirrors, 13-litre tear-drop-formed gas tank, and an instrument cluster much like Scram 411 with the Tripper navigation system as an elective further, 800mm tall single-piece seat, and a compact exhaust canister. The firm can be providing elective equipment corresponding to a flyscreen, bar-finish mirrors, a flat seat, facet pannier, pillion backrest, and engine crash protectors.
Hunter 350: Variants
The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 can be obtainable in two variants – Metro and Retro. The Metro variant will get alloy wheels with a twin disc brake setup, twin-channel ABS and LED taillight. The Retro variant will get wire-spoke models, a drum brake on the rear, a halogen rear mild, and single-channel ABS. The increased-finish Metro model will get a twin-tone end whereas the Retro variant encompasses a single-tone paint job.
Hunter 350: Features
The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will get a halogen headlight and a semi-digital instrument cluster much like different Royal Enfield’s. It will get an offset instrument cluster with a small Tripper navigation pod on the correct, which can be provided as an elective further solely. The instrumental cluster consists of data like a gear place indicator and repair reminder. It additionally will get an built-in USB charging socket beneath the switchgear.
Hunter 350: Engine and Transmission
As talked about beforehand, The Hunter 350 can be powered by the identical engine because the Meteor 350, the brand new Classic 350, and in addition the upcoming new-era Bullet 350. It’ll be a 349cc SOHC two-valve air-oil-cooled J-sequence engine that produces 20.2 hp at 6,100 rpm and 27 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm, paired with a 5-velocity gearbox. The prime velocity is rated at 114kmph whereas the claimed gas financial system stands at 36.2kmpl.
Hunter 350: Suspension and Brakes
The Suspension duties are lined by 41 mm forks up entrance with 130 mm journey and twin shock absorbers on the rear with six-step preload adjustability and 102 mm journey.
The bike will get 17-inch wheels shod with 110/70 part tyre up entrance and a 140/70 on the rear. It will get a 300 mm disc with a twin-piston calliper up entrance and a 270 mm on the rear, assisted by a twin-channel ABS.
Hunter 350: Price and Rivals
When launched, the Hunter 350 will go up in opposition to the likes of Honda CB 350 RS and TVS Ronin. Expect costs to begin at Rs 1.7 lakh (ex-showroom).