5 Must-Know Facts About 2019 Royal Enfield Bullet Trials

2019 Royal Enfield Bullet Trials is an exclusive model from the Indian brand’s lineup. The motorcycle is essentially a Bullet with reworked parts to create a Scrambler out of the standard motorcycle. The launch of Bullet Trials marked another step from Royal Enfield for the adventure-loving community as they only had the option of Himalayan with them. Here are five must-know facts for the Bullet Trials.

5 Facts About 2019 Royal Enfield Bullet Trials

1) Trials Nameplate – The name Bullet Trials is all-new for the Indian audience while exactly similar bike with the same nameplate is available internationally since 2009. The bike is basically a stock Royal Enfield Bullet with a raised exhaust and a different seat in comparison to the long single unit seen on the Bullet series. Bullet Trials even comes with a different set of tires.

2) Looks & Style – The motorcycle is available with dual-purpose tires, chrome exhaust that looks right from a Scrambler, chrome headlight cover and black suspension covers. The rear seat section flaunts a carrier for luggage management while handlebar used here is more relaxed than the stock unit. The odd-looking painted frame doesn’t match with the overall profile of the motorcycle, and we feel that Royal Enfield could have done it better.

3) Engine Options – Royal Enfield Bullet Trials is available in both 350 and 500 version. The bigger engine is seen with a matt green frame while 350cc Trials brings red to the frame paint. The fenders are different in comparison to the Bullet series. The 499c engine is good for 41.3 Nm of massive torque. The engines are available with a 5-speed gearbox.

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4) Ex-Showroom Price – Bullet Trials 350 commands a price hike of INR 28,000 over the regular Bullet 350, adding all missing features like an electric starter and ABS to the newcomers spec-sheet. The Bullet Trials 350 is priced at INR 1.62 lakh while the Trials 500 is priced at INR 2.07 lakh (ex-showroom). The majority of the price hike goes into ABS inclusion while rest is taken for reworked parts and equipment like dual-purpose tires. The lack of rivals for this segment make these two decent options for mild adventure lovers.

5) Raised Exhaust – The most practical feature of the Bullet Trials is the raised exhaust system with more room for tyre travel and lesser chances of chrome getting scrapped against the ground. Bullet Trials is available with 19-inch front and 18-inch rear tyre.

2019 Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 350

  • Displacement – 346cc
  • Single Cylinder Air-Cooled Engine
  • Bore x stroke – 70mm x 90mm
  • Max. Power – 19.8 Bhp @ 5250 rpm
  • Max. Torque – 28 Nm @ 4000 rpm
  • 5-Speed Constant Mesh Gearbox
  • Carburettor Fuel Supply System
  • Transistorized Coil Ignition
  • Wet Multiplate Clutch
  • Electric/Kick Start
  • 2-Channel ABS
2019 Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 350

2019 Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 500

  • Displacement – 499cc
  • Single Cylinder Air-Cooled Engine
  • Bore x stroke – 84mm x 90mm
  • Max. Power – 27.2 Bhp @ 5250 rpm
  • Max. Torque – 41.3 Nm @ 4000 rpm
  • 5-Speed Constant Mesh Gearbox
  • Electronic Fuel Injection system
  • Digital Electronic Ignition
  • Wet Multiplate Clutch
  • Electric/Kick Start
  • 2-Channel ABS
2019 Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 500
5 Must-Know Facts About 2019 Royal Enfield Bullet Trials
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