Royal Enfield Hunter 350 motorcycle goes on sale in India . The Hunter 350 is derived from the Royal Enfields J-Series 350 cc engine .
Royal Enfield unveiled the much-anticipated Hunter 350 motorcycle yesterday, just days before it goes on sale in India.The Hunter 350 is derived from the Royal Enfields J-Series 350 cc engine.It takes the same power as the Meteor 350, the latest Classic 350, and the forthcoming new-generation Bullet 350.The Hunter 350 is a model for the motorcycle.The design of the motorcycle is illustrated by a two-tone finish.While the fuel tank has a dual-tone finish, the rest of the motorcycle seems to be painted in all black, including the wheels.The Hunter 350 is completely non-chromic, just like most classic-style Royal Enfield motorcycles.It has a round headlight, round rear-view mirrors, a 13-litre tear-drop-shaped fuel tank, and an instrument cluster similar to the Scram 411 with the Tripper navigation system, as an optional extra, 800mm tall single-piece seat, and a slim exhaust canister. Variants of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 The Metro and Retro versions of the Hunter 350 will be available.The Metro model has alloy wheels with a twin disc brake system, dual-channel ABS, and a LED taillight.The Retro model incorporates wire-spoke units, a drum brake at the back, a halogen rear light, and single-channel ABS.The Metro version features a dual-tone finish, while the Retro version features a single-tone finish. On the right, there is an offset instrument cluster with a small Tripper navigation kit, which will be included as an extra.Information such as a gear position indicator and a service reminder is included in the instrumental group.It also has a removable USB charging adapter underneath the switchgear.Hunter 350: Engine and TransmissionAs we mentioned earlier, the Hunter 350 will be powered by the same engine as the Meteor 350, the new Classic 350, and the forthcoming new-generation Bullet 350. The top speed is predicted at 114 kph, but the suggested fuel consumption is estimated at 36.2 kmpl.Hunter 350: Suspension and brakes: 41 mm forks up front with 130 mm travel, as well as twin shock absorbers at the rear with six-step preload adjustment and 102 mm travel.The bike has 17-inch wheels, mounted on a 11070 section tyre up front and a 14070 at the rear.It features a 300 mm disc with a twin-piston calliper up front and a 270 mm at the back, assisted by a dual-channel ABS. Expect to pay Rs 1.7 lakh (ex-showroom) for the whole package.