Royal Enfield, which has become well-known for its classic motorcycle in India. Now the new motorcycle named Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 350 can launch in India by March 29, 2019, and is another Adventure Inspired motorcycle from Royal Enfield, After Royal Enfield Himalayan. Which will be specifically launched as an off-roading friendly motorcycle. Along with its Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 500 is also a 2nd model of upcoming trails series motorcycles. Some pictures and complete information you can read below…
Talking about the design, the Bullet Trials 350 look like the classic from the front, but the changes made in the bike like the
- Upswept exhaust looks more decent.
- Now equipped luggage rack instead of the pillion seat,
- The full chrome body panel
- Upward mounted rear mudguard and
- 650 twins Inspired Indicators present this bike as a whole new and modern adventure bike.
Talking about the features, you will see a lot of new changes in the bike’s chassis. Those who reduce its vibrations to a great extent and have been given a dual purpose tyre in Bullet Trials 350, which prove to be very useful in highway cruising along with off roads. Along with its handlebar change, its ground clearance has also been enhanced so that it can be easily run on the raw roads.
Speaking of the engine, in the bike, you get a classic 350 engine compared to the first, which has been tuned to produce even more power than before. that now comes with 346 cc single cylinder, air-cooled carburetor fuel system. Which is capable of generating a maximum tonne of 29 Newton Meter with the maximum power of 21.2 bhp. In which you have been given a 5-speed gearbox to distribute power in the wheel.
Discuss mileage, because if you get a slight variation in its engine, according to our experience, Bullet Trials 350 will be able to give you a mileage of 36kmpl to 38 kmpl.
Speaking of the price, Bullet Trials 350 will start from Rs 1.63 lakh. Which has not been officially told, but we will soon bring it to you.
The Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 350 will be officially launched in India by March 29. Now you can book only by giving a booking of ₹5000.