Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 350 further details leaked

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The updates on the Royal Enfield Bullet Trials 350 and 500 have been leaked. The Scrambler-type variants are scheduled to be launched on 26th March.

Royal Enfield recently posted a teaser of the upcoming Bullet Trials 350 and 500. Ahead of the launch later this month, the specifications and equipment of the Trials have been leaked.

The special variant is based on the legendary Bullet series, which is the entry-level model in the lineup. Some significant revisions to the body of Bullet have been done for the Trials Edition.

A couple of months back, spy shots of the bike testing in Pune surfaced up. The original Trials was active in early 2000s in the foreign markets.

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The main frame and the sub frame receive green and red paint jobs. Rubber gaiters indicate that it is meant for adventure riding. At the front, the headlamp grille gets black and chrome filling option.

The front chrome fender has been chopped and the rear mudguard has been raised. Bullet Trials 350 also gets a luggage carrier at the back and an odd-looking upswept exhaust, for water wading capabilities.

The Trials will be available in a single seater option. The badging on the chrome fuel tank is similar to what found on the Interceptor 650. Basically, tons of chrome fillings are over the bike.

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Bullet Trials 350 and 500 use the same suspension setup with the same travel that comes on the Bullet. Telescopic forks at the front and twin gas-charged shock absorbers at the back handle the suspension.

We expect Royal Enfield to offer many accessories for the Bullet Trials 350 and 500. It might include engine guards, luggage panniers and much more.

Both the bikes will use the same 350cc and 500cc engines. The power figures, torque and state of tuning will also be the same found on Bullet and Classic series. Although, we expect it to be slightly lighter than Classic and Bullet.

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Expect the Trials series to demand a premium of around Rs 5000 over the regular Bullet series. Bullet 350 goes for Rs 1.33 Lakhs and the 500cc one goes for Rs 1.88 Lakhs (ex-showroom prices).

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