2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 and Hunter 350 Spotted Together
Early this year, test mules were seen on multiple occasions riding the Bullet 350 and Hunter 350 around the cities, and many people might have been curious about how well these two fares with each other. Further mentioned are some comparisons in both motorcycles.
The new Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is the 3rd motorcycle based on the J-platform. Since the last time Hunter 350 appeared on the streets, we can see various tweaks in the recent spy photos. The wheels were not alloys as seen in the first test but spoked. The circular indicators seem to be replaced by the rectangular ones, and we see the grab rails are altered as well.
Bullet 350 had almost the same design but with minor tweaks. Front and rear fender extensions are longer, the fuel tank comes with no rubber grip, and the single-unit seat, unlike the split seat from the previous version. Whether the seat can be customized or not is yet to be seen.
Both the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 and Hunter 350 are going to get power from the same 349cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine which generates 20.2bhp and a max torque of 27 Nm. We might see Bullet 350 with drum brakes at both front and rear. The kerb weight is likely to be 191 kg. It has tube tyres and spoke wheels and a fuel tank capacity of 13.5 litres.
In terms of features, the RE Hunter 350 is most likely to come with a twin-pod cluster. Among these two, the bigger one houses the speedometer and odometer and other essential details while the smaller unit might be the tripper navigation accessory. On the other hand, Bullet 350 may get only a single pod instrument unit and may not get a tripper navigation feature. As far as the launch of both bikes is concerned, the bikemaker could introduce these in early 2023.