To drive out KTM from the market, Hunter 350 launched with two new color options, at this price 

Hunter 350

Hunter 350 New Colours: Reputed motorcycle brand Royal Enfield has launched Hunter 350 with two new color options in its portfolio. This is included inside the damper chain. Which is called two new terms Dapper O and Dapper G. Inside the three other color options are Dapper White, Dapper Ash, and Dapper Gray additional color options. The new color option of the Dapper series has been launched at Rs 1.69 lakh ex-showroom.  

Hunter 350 New Colours:

Two new color options for the Hunter 350, namely Dapper O and Dapper G, have been introduced. Dapper O means orange color and Dapper G means green color. The fuel tank of the Hunter 350 in the Dapper O option gets a deep orange base color. While the RE logo and stripes are painted in a much lighter set of orange. The Dapper G features a “British Green” shade as a base and an almost fluorescent green RE logo tank painted in an eye-catching color.  

Hunter 350 Price In India:

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is offered in three variants in the Indian market. The price of the first variant Retro Factory is Rs 1.49 lakh, the price of the second variant Metro Damper is Rs 1.69 lakh and the price of the third variant Metro Reveal is Rs 1.74 lakh ex-showroom.  


Hunter 350 Engine:

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 uses a 349.34 cc single-cylinder air and oil-cooled fuel injection engine. Which generates power of 20.2bhp at 6,100 rpm and peak torque of 27Nm at 4,000 rpm. This engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox.  

Hunter 350 Features :

In its features list, it gets a semi-digital instrument cluster and an analog speedometer. You also get standard features like a tachometer, trip meter, gear position, fuel gas, service indicator, and clock to see the time among other features. Whereas in its top variant, you are provided with the facility of smartphone connectivity, navigation system GPS, and a USB port for charging.  

Hunter 350 Price In India:

Hunter 350 Suspensions And Brakes :

Hunter 350’s suspension is handled by a telescopic fork at the front and twin rear shocks at the rear. In its top variant, disc brakes on both wheels have been added along with dual-channel ABS. Its base variant also has the facility of disc brake at the front and drum brake at the rear with single channel ABS. 

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