Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Key Specifications Surface Online

The specifications of the upcoming Royal Enfield Hunter 350 have been leaked online ahead of its August 4th launch via a type-approval document. Surprisingly, it has the same power output as the Meteor 350 and the new Classic 350. The Hunter 350, like the other two Royal Enfields, has a maximum power output of 14.87 kW (20.2 HP) at 6100 RPM, according to the documentation. The biggest distinction is in size. This is by far the smallest Royal Enfield ever produced.

Even when the Hunter 350’s dimensions are compared to those of the other Royal Enfields, the upcoming model is the smallest. With this, the Hunter 350 has proven that it is intended for youth who do not want a big bike. As seen in the leaked images of the bike, the lower wheelbase could have been achieved by using a shorter swing arm. Even the front fork rake appears to be much smaller. And with this setup, the bike should be an excellent street fighter.

The Hunter 350 should be a lot of fun to ride, at least in the city, thanks to the 350cc J series engine’s serious roll-on acceleration capabilities in the lower power band. The roadster, codenamed JIC1, is built on the brand’s now-ubiquitous J series platform. The Hunter will also receive a less expensive variant codenamed J1C2.

The J1C2 is expected to be equipped with a single disc and single channel ABS, similar to the Bullet 350s and Royal Enfield Classic 350 Redditch series. The rear wheel will be equipped with a 153mm drum brake. In contrast, the J1C1 will get a proper rear disc and dual-channel ABS.

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According to reports, the Hunter will be Royal Enfield’s cheapest bike, with an ex-showroom price of somewhere between Rs. 1.3 to 1.4 lakh, which would be Rs. 10,000 less than the current least expensive Royal Enfield Bullet series. The new Hunter 350 is expected to be released in the first week of August 2022 by Royal Enfield. In the Indian market, it will compete with the Pulsar 250, Suzuki Gixxer, and Yamaha FZ25.

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