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Royal Enfield Hunter 350 to be launched in India tomorrow, this information including mileage, speed, price…



There is a huge craze among the Indian youth for Royal Enfield bikes. Riding a Royal Enfield sets him apart from the crowd. Sitting on this motorcycle, it seems that his personality has improved. Now there is good news for Royal Enfield fans. The company’s Hunter 350 bike will be launched in the Indian market on Sunday ie. on August 7. The special thing is that its official details were revealed even before the launch. Powering this retro-styled bike is a 349cc single-cylinder, two-valve, four-stroke SOHC fuel-injected, air-cooled, oil-cooled engine. This engine generates a maximum power of 20.2 hp. at 6100 rpm and 27 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm.

The drive is combined with a five-speed transmission. The Hunter 350 has a wheelbase of 1370mm, ground clearance of 150mm and a seat height of 800mm. The fuel efficiency or average of this upcoming motorcycle is 36.2 kmpl. Its maximum speed is 114 km/h. The Hunter 350 gets the same double downtube frame as the latest Classic and Meteor keys. It has most of the hardware similar to these two bikes. It gets 130mm with 41mm telescopic front forks and 130mm double-sided shocks with 102mm of wheel travel at the rear. There is also a six-stage preload adjustment.

The load capacity of the motorcycle is 179 kg, and the total weight of the car is 360 kg. It gets the same fuel tank capacity of 13 liters as the Classic 350. The Metro variant will have a dual-channel ABS system with a 181 kg scale. The curb weight of the front disc and rear drum fitted in the Retro single-channel ABS variant will be 177 kg. The base Retro variant gets wire spoke wheels and can be priced at Rs 1.5 lakh ex-showroom and Rs 1.75 lakh for the Metro and Metro Rebel variants.

It is equipped with a 300mm fixed front disc with dual-piston floating caliper and a 270mm disc with single-piston floating caliper. Other highlights of the bike include a semi-digital floating instrument cluster, 17-inch front and rear wheels with 110/70 sectional tires at the front and 140/70 sectional tires at the rear (tubeless at both ends), black exhaust system, one-piece seats, split grips, round halogen headlights, halogen taillights included. This bike will compete with Honda’s CB350RS, Jawa Forty Two and TVS’s Ronin TD. All four are retro style.

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