New Delhi. The brand new 350cc bike launched last year by Royal Enfield has become a game changer for the company. The new bike has left other good models far behind as soon as it arrived. Even Royal Enfield’s Bullet has lagged behind in terms of sales. The bike we are talking about here is Hunter 350. Which was launched only last year.
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Royal Enfield sold 24,466 units of the Classic 350 last month. After this, Hunter has come at number two with a sale of 10,824 units. Other bikes of the company are far behind both in sales. It is worth noting that before the launch of Hunter, Bullet used to be the second best selling vehicle of Royal Enfield, but Hunter has snatched this crown from Bullet.
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The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is also the cheapest Royal Enfield bike from the brand. Royal Enfield sells the Hunter 350 in three variants. It comes in Factory (Black and Silver), Dapper (Grey, Ash and White) and Rebel (Red, Black and Blue) colours. The factory variant costs Rs 1,49,900 and the mid-spec damper variant costs Rs 1,66,900 and the top-end Rebel model costs Rs 1,71,900. All three prices are ex-showroom Delhi.
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The Hunter 350 uses the same 349cc air-cooled engine that powers both the Classic 350 and the Meteor 350. This engine makes 20.2PS of peak power and 27Nm of peak torque and is mated to a five-speed gearbox. The bike comes with a 13-litre fuel tank and can return a mileage of 40.19 km/l in the city and 35.97 km/l on the highway.
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Royal Enfield has equipped the Hunter 350 with a retro-styled semi-analog instrument cluster that houses the Tripper navigation system. The base factory variant comes with a small digital inset with odometer, fuel gauge, trip meter (A&B) and maintenance indicator. The mid-spec and high-end variants get a large digital inset with a gear position indicator. It also features a retro-looking rotary switch cube on the switchgear and a left switch cube-mounted USB port. The base variant, on the other hand, gets a switchgear without a USB port.
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