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- The Bullet 350 is available in three variants: standard, ES (Electric Start) and a cheaper toned-down variant.
- It’s powered by the same engine as seen on the Classic 350 BS6.
- Aside from the BS6 motor, the bike remains unchanged.
Royal Enfield’s entire portfolio now officially complies with BS6 emission norms. The last bike to do so is the Bullet 350 range which is available in three trims: standard, ES and a toned-down variant pegged to appeal to the masses. In terms of pricing, the standard model costs Rs Rs 1,27,750, which makes it Rs 5,910 more expensive than its BS4 counterpart. It’s available in two paint options: Black and Forest Green, the latter of which wasn’t available in the BS4 bike. The Bullet X 350 ES, on the other hand, will set you back by Rs 1,37,194, a price bump of Rs 6,829. It's available in three shades: Jet Black, Regal Red and Royal Blue.
As for the more accessible variant, it’s priced at Rs 1,21,583. That's a hike of Rs 6,828 over its corresponding BS4 model.You can choose from two liveries: Bullet Silver and Onyx Black. There are a couple of difference between the standard and the more affordable variant, you can read about the difference between the two models here. Bookings for the bikes have already commenced across India.
All three variants are powered by the same 346cc air-cooled, fuel-injected motor. It's tuned to produce 19.3PS at 5250rpm and 28Nm at 4000rpm, and comes mated to a 5-speed transmission.
The Bullet 350’s underpinnings remain unchanged. It continues to use a 35mm telescopic and twin shock absorber setup. Its braking setup comprises a 280mm disc up front with single-channel ABS and a 153mm drum at the rear. The changes to the cat con and the addition of fuel injection has added some weight to the bike. The kerb weight for the Standard variant has gone up by 1kg, at 186kg. Likewise, the Bullet 350 ES variant has gained 2kg, and now tips the scales at 191kg, kerb.
Expect deliveries for the BS6 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 to commence once we gain control over the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.