The Hunter 350 could in fact become the most affordable motorcycle in the company’s portfolio based on the new J platform. As with previous spy photos, the bike will feature telescopic forks up front, along with dual rear shock absorbers. The Hunter 350 will come with a single seat, round headlight and taillight, blacked-out exhaust and other elements, and will also likely come with a range of color options.
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Additionally, the roadster-styled motorcycle will be offered with black-colored alloy wheels, along with the option of wire wheels. The bike is expected to be offered with the same monopod instrument cluster found in the Scram 411. The Tripper navigation system will be offered with the bike as an option.
The bike will be powered by the same 349cc single-cylinder air-oil-cooled engine that likely performs the duties of the Classic 350 and Meteor 350. This engine delivers 20.4PS of peak power, along with 27Nm of peak torque, and is mated to a 5-speed transmission. Price of new Royal Enfield Hunter 350 could start from around Rs 1.6 lakh (ex-showroom).