Royal Enfield has unveiled the Hunter 350. The Hunter 350 belongs to Royal Enfield’s “value-for-money” line of motorcycles. There are two Hunter 350 models available: Retro and Metro. While the Metro comes in two forms, the “Dapper Series” and the “Rebel Series,” the Retro debuts as a “Factory Series.” Let’s look at the specifications, features, images, availability, and expected price of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 in Nepal.
Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Overview:
Design and Built
The Hunter 350’s neo-retro styling adds a fresh look to the Royal Enfield lineup while upholding the company’s core values. The Hunter 350 comes in two variations, each with a unique design.
Both variations also come in a variety of colors and liveries, bringing the total number of possible permutations to 23. While the Retro receives rectangular turn indicators and a halogen tail lamp, the Metro receives an LED tail lamp and circular turn indications.
Only halogen headlights are standard on both models, while LED turn indicators are an option. The motorcycle’s seat is made of a single piece, and the Metro has split grip rails at the back rather of the Retro’s traditional-looking tubular hold rail. Apart from the colored panels, the motorbike is all black, and there is a notable lack of chrome.
Engine and Braking
The Meteor 350 and the Hunter 350 share the same J-platform. The identical 349 cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine produces a maximum of 27 Nm of peak torque at 4000 rpm and 20.2 bhp of maximum power at 6100 rpm. A 5-speed transmission is paired with this 350cc engine.
While the Metro has cast alloy wheels, the Retro Factory’s “basic” model has spoked wheels. While the Retro has a single disc up front with a mechanical drum brake and a single-channel ABS, the Metro comes standard with front and rear hydraulic braking discs.
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The Hunter 350 has a circular speedometer with an offset part-digital display, however, the two variations differ from one another, with the Metro having a bigger digital insert than the Retro. The tripper navigation pod used on other Royal Enfield motorcycles is available as an accessory for the Metro.
Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Specifications:
|Engine Type||Single cylinder, 4 strokes, SOHC Engine|
|Cooling System||Oil Cooled|
|Starting Mechanism||Self Starter Only|
|Max Power||20.4 PS @ 6100 rpm|
|Max Torque||27 Nm @ 4000 rpm|
|Top Speed:||114 KM/h|
|Fuel Tank Capacity:||13-litre|
|Mileage||36.2 kmpl (Advertised)|
|Front Tyre:||Retro: 110/80-17 |
|Rear Tyre:||Retro: 120/70-17 |
|Braking System:||Single-Channel (Retro) or Dual-Channel (Metro) ABS|
|Suspension Setup:||Telescopic and Twin Tube Emulsion Absorbers|
|Seat Height:||790 mm|
|Ground Clearance:||150 mm|
|Kerb Weight:||177 kg|
|Colors:||Retro: Black, Silver|
Metro: White, Ash, Gray, Black, Blue, Red
Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Price in Nepal and Availability
As of now, Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is available in India where its price starts at INR 1,49,900. There is no official confirmation regarding its launch in Nepal. When it launches in Nepal, we expect the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 price in Nepal to be around NPR 8 Lakhs for the base model.
|Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Variants||Price in India||Price in Nepal (Expected)|
|Retro Factory Series||INR 1,49,900||NPR 8 Lakhs|
|Metro Dapper Series||INR 1,63,900||NPR 8.4 Lakhs|
|Metro Rebel Series||INR 1,68,900||NPR 8.6 Lakhs|
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