Next Gen Royal Enfield Bullet 350 launch expected

Royal Enfield has several new models, one of which is the Next Gen Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Standard. The Next Gen Bullet 350 was recently spotted several times during road tests, which points towards its soon launch. The upcoming motorcycle will share a lot with its other 350cc models RE Classic 350 and RE Meteor 350 – while still preserving the old school details of the existing model. Here, we have listed the top five things we expect from the upcoming next-generation Royal Enfield Bullet Standard 350.

Design

The next-gen Bullet 350 will continue to sport a retro-inspired design similar to the outgoing model, but with a few changes. The most noticeable differences will be the new taillights and new fenders. The headlamp cowl will have pilot lights and the handlebar will be new. The seat will be a single-piece unit, but with better padding and a new pillion grille.

New Frame

The new model will move from a single-downtube frame to a dual-cradle frame, which is a significantly stronger architecture. We expect the suspension system to be upgraded as well; The new-gen Bullet 350 will get thicker front forks and rear shockers than the current version, which should improve ride and handling.

Engine

The next gen Royal Enfield Bullet 350 will get the same 349cc, air/oil-cooled, single-cylinder engine as the Classic 350 and Meteor 350. This SOHC powerplant will be smoother, more powerful and free-revving than before. The engine will come with a 5-speed sequential gearbox.

Features

The new-gen Bullet 350 is likely to have less equipment than the Classic 350 to keep the price down. The bike will get single-channel ABS with disc brake on the front wheel and drum brake on the rear wheel. The switchgear will likely be similar to that of the Classic 350 and Meteor 350, which will be a vast improvement over the current-gen Bullet 350. We are not sure if the instrument console will be a semi-digital one.

Expected Launch

The new-gen Bullet 350 is likely to have less equipment than the Classic 350 to keep the price down. The bike will get single-channel ABS with disc brake on the front wheel and drum brake on the rear wheel. The switchgear will likely be similar to that of the Classic 350 and Meteor 350, which will be a vast improvement over the current-gen Bullet 350. We are not sure if the instrument console will be a semi-digital one.

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