The creation prepared rendition of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 was as of late released on the web, and we presently accept that its true send off will occur toward the beginning of August. While Royal Enfield hasn’t authoritatively given out a day for kickoff, the organization has welcomed us to an occasion in the primary seven day stretch of August, which we accept will be for the Hunter 350 send off and ride.
This exceptionally expected cruiser has been trying on our streets for a long while now, and will be the third bicycle to be founded on RE’s new J-stage that appeared in 2020 with the Meteor 350. Contrasted with the Meteor cruiser and the outdated Classic 350, the Hunter appears to cut a somewhat more present day figure, falling under the umbrella of neo-retro roadster. While it sports some styling signals that appear to be roused by bicycles like the Triumph Street Twin, it will be fueled by the 349cc, single-chamber motor from its kin, so its essential adversary will be something like the Honda CB350RS.
Almost certainly, the Hunter will be the most reasonable J-stage model at a bargain once it shows up, and could lounge around the Rs 1.5 lakh mark. It will be fascinating to see whether it undermines the Bullet 350, which is as yet in light of RE’s more established 346cc UCE stage. On the off chance that it does, the Hunter will turn into the most reasonable RE marked down in India. Remain tuned for additional subtleties.