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Royal Enfield Bullet 350 BS6 launched in India, officially listed

Royal Enfield has introduced the Bullet 350 BS6 at a starting price of INR 1.21 lakh * in India. The firm described the latest motorcycle on its website.

Specifications:

The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 BS6 powered by a fuel-injection system with an improved 346 cc single-cylinder engine. So, this revamped engine produces a maximum power output of 19.1 BHP at 5250 rpm and a peak torque of 28 Nm at 4000 pm. The transmission of the usual 5-speed model here. The Bullet 350 BS6 has a bigger cat-con mounted in the exhaust header pipe to meet the tighter BS6 emission requirements. So, this is recognizable. And perhaps one of the components that help to differentiate between the BS4 and BS6 versions of the Bullet 350s.

Features:

The latest 350 BS6 Bullet does not have any additional amenities. It has a round headlight with a chrome mask, tiny fog lights on either side of the headlamp, single-piece tubular handlebar, single-piece bench, chrome exhaust, standard rearview mirrors, etc. So, like the BS4 version.

Also, the pieces of the cycle are unchangeable. The suspension functions at the front. And rear respectively is performed by 35 mm telescopic forks and 5-step preload-adjustable twin shock absorbers. The braking system involves a front disk with a 2-piston brake caliper and a rear brake with a 153 mm drum brake. So, there is a single-channel ABS, too.

Two versions of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 BS6 are available-Regular and ES (Electric Start). The Basic version has four paint variations-Blank, Green-Wood, Silver Bullet, and Gold Onyx. The retail paint options Silver and Onyx Black at INR 1,21,583 *. While the paint options Black and Forest Green were priced at INR 1,27,750*. The Bullet 350 ES BS6, on the other hand, is available in three color variants-Jet Black, Regal Red and Royal Blue-and they all cost the same-INR 1,37,194*.

So, the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 now comes with a choice to color the Forest Green. It is the same color option that was available in the now obsolete Royal Enfield Bullet 500.

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