Royal Enfield Hunter 350-Specifications on stoptechy

by Alex Hales
Royal Enfield Hunter 350

Royal Enfield Hunter 350cc

The long-awaited Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will hit the market on August 7, 2022. The new motorcycle has revealed entirely ahead of its scheduled release date. According to RE CEO Siddhartha Lal, the new Hunter 350 has been in the works since 2016. It is based on a significantly modified J-Series 350cc chassis from Royal Enfield. which also serves as the foundation for the Meteor 350 and Classic 350. For more tech news stoptechy

DESIGN

It sports a teardrop-shaped gas tank that aids the rider’s knee grip. The foot pegs positioned further back to give a more sporty riding stance. The Rebel Blue, Rebel Red, Rebel Black, Dapper Ash, Dapper White, and Dapper Grey motorcycles will offered in six different colours. The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is equipped with an LED taillight, turn signals, and a halogen headlight.

The standard bike has Royal Enfield graphics on the fuel tank and a Royal Enfield insignia. The offset handlebar instrument console looks to be the same as on the Meteor 350. It has a tripper navigation pod, which is likely to be an option or included with the top-tier model. The upswept tail and exhaust give it a roadster flair.

The engine powers

The new Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is powered by the same 349cc, 4-stroke, air-oil-cooled, fuel-injected engine as the previous model. The Meteor 350 and Classic 350 now use this engine. When connected to a 5-speed gearbox, the new SOHC engine produces 20.2bhp at 6100rpm and a maximum torque of 27Nm at 4,000rpm. The motorcycle believed to have a peak speed of 114 kilometres per hour.

The weight of the motorcycle is 181 kg, which is more than 10 kg less than the weight of the Classic 350. It has a 13-litre gasoline tank capacity. The Hunter 350 has a seat height of 800 mm and a wheelbase of 1,370 mm. The motorcycle rides on 17-inch alloy wheels with 110/70 and 140/70 section tyres at the front and rear.

PUBLISHING DATE

The long-awaited Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will hit the market on August 7, 2022. The new motorcycle has been revealed entirely ahead of its scheduled release date. According to RE CEO Siddhartha Lal, the new Hunter 350 has been in the works since 2016. It was constructed on a substantially modified J-Series 350cc chassis by Royal Enfield. which also serves as the foundation for the Meteor 350 and Classic 350.

According to the manufacturer, the chassis has been totally overhauled to give a completely unique motorcycle with a variety of features, resulting in an agile and fun-to-ride experience. The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has round-shaped headlights, turn indicators, taillights, and IRVMs. The motorcycle’s design is more roadster than cruiser.

ROYAL ENFIELD HUNTER 350CC

It sports a teardrop-shaped gas tank that aids the rider’s knee grip. The foot pegs have repositioned to give a more athletic riding stance. The Rebel Blue, Rebel Red, Rebel Black, Dapper Ash, Dapper White, and Dapper Grey motorcycles will be offered in six different colours. The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is equipped with an LED taillight, turn signals, and a halogen headlight.

The RE Hunter 350’s fuel tank

The standard bike has Royal Enfield graphics on the fuel tank and a Royal Enfield insignia. The offset handlebar instrument console looks to be the same as on the Meteor 350. It has a tripper navigation pod, which is likely to be an option or included with the top-tier model. The upswept tail and exhaust give it a roadster flair.

A ROYAL ENFIELD HUNTER 350’S INSTRUMENT PANEL

The new Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is powered by same 349cc, 4-stroke, air-oil-cooled, fuel-injected engine as the previous model. The Meteor 350 and Classic 350 now use this engine. When connected to a 5-speed gearbox, the new SOHC engine produces 20.2bhp at 6100rpm and a maximum torque of 27Nm at 4,000rpm. The motorcycle is believed to a peak speed of 114 kilometres per hour.

The weight of the motorcycle is 181 kg, which is more than 10 kg less than the weight of the Classic 350. It has a 13-litre gasoline tank capacity. The Hunter 350 has a seat height of 800 mm and a wheelbase of 1,370 mm. The motorcycle rides on 17-inch alloy wheels with 110/70 and 140/70 section tyres at the front and rear.

350 ROYAL ENFIELD HUNTER’S TAIL

The front forks are 41 mm telescopic, while the rear shock absorbers feature a 6-step preload adjustment. The bike sports disc brakes on both the front and back, as well as a dual-channel ABS system.

With the new Hunter, Royal Enfield will target a new generation of buyers looking for a greater capacity roadster. This motorcycle suited for daily commuting as well as occasional highway excursions. It will be the market’s tiniest and cheapest motorcycle. Also read on hitsbuddy

According to rumours, the new motorcycle might priced as low as Rs 1.5 lakh. Lower-spec models are likely to come with spoked wheels and single-channel ABS.

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