Here is everything you need to know about the RE Hunter 350 in Kerala
Royal Enfield has launched the all new Hunter 350 in Kerala. The manufacturer has given the motorcycle a very aggressive price, which makes it attractive to a wider audience. The Hunter 350 is priced at Rs 1.49 lakh (ex-showroom, Kerala) and comes in two different variants – Retro and Metro. The high-end metro gets 2 more classifications within Rebel and Dapper. A total of 8 different colors are available.
|Hunter 350 Factory Series||1.49 million|
|Hunter 350 Dapper Series||1.63 lakh|
|Hunter 350 Rebel Series||$1.67 million|
Royal Enfield Hunter 350: variant details
The Hunter is a remixed roadster with decent doses of modern and retro cues in its design. It remains visually distinct through its variants and variations. The retro gets 17-inch spoked wheels, tires with different patterns, 300mm front disc, 6-inch rear drum, single-channel ABS, rather basic digital-analog dash, basic switchgear and a single color for the fuel tank.
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The Metro has sleek 17-inch alloy wheels, wide tubeless tires with “better” patterns, dual-channel ABS, high-end shift gear like the ones you see on the new Classic 350 and Meteor, with a two-tone livery, rounded LED rear lights, a 300mm front and 270mm rear disc, a USB charging point and a more advanced dashboard.
Royal Enfield has also launched an extensive range of official motorcycle accessories.
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Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Specifications
Royal Enfield gave the Hunter nearly the same mechanics as the new Classic and Meteor. It’s built on the new-age platform co-developed with Harris Performance and draws its power from the new J-Series engine. Throttle response and engine mapping have been tweaked to deliver more peppy performance. The air-cooled 350cc single-cylinder engine produces 20.2hp and 27Nm and is mated to a 5-speed transmission.
Royal Enfield Hunter 350: why is an RE so special?
Here are 3 clever things that set the Hunter 350 apart from other Royal Enfield motorcycles:
- The Hunter 350 has the shortest wheelbase of any RE motorcycle to date.
- It is the lightest Royal Enfield to date, weighing only 181 kilos (14 kilos less than the Classic 350)
- Hunter is RE that places you the lowest! The seat height here is only 790 mm!
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Royal Enfield Company in Kerala
Kerala continues to be one of the key markets for Royal Enfield. Hunter 350 received an overwhelming response from the state. RE reveals that Kerala has recorded the highest number of motorcycle bookings in the country. With its aggressive pricing and the nature of the crowd here, Royal Enfield has a great chance of converting many 250cc wannabes to this product.
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|Engine||349cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine|
|Unloaded weight||181 kilos|
|Seat height Hunter 350||790 millimeters|