Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Once Costed Just Rs 18,700; Bill From 1986 Goes Viral

  • It is outrageous to think what the prices of commodities were just 3 decades ago.
  • Corroborating that point, a bill of the Royal Enfield Bullet from 1986 is going viral.
  • It says that the on-road price of the Bullet was Rs 18,700.

A bill of Rs 18,700 for a Royal Enfield Bullet from 1986 is doing rounds on social media. It is simply fascinating to see what commodities used to cost a few decades ago. That looks like an alien era to most millennials. We often hear our parents lecture us about the value of money back in the day. Most times, we can’t wrap our heads around just how inexpensive things were back then. Obviously, the salaries that people used to make were also corresponding to that. Nevertheless, gentle reminders like these certainly take a dig at the mindset that we have about modern things.

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Royal Enfield Bullet Bill from 1986
Royal Enfield Bullet Bill from 1986

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Royal Enfield Bullet Bill from 1986

This image has been shared by royalenfield_4567k on Instagram. Being so unique and intriguing, it is doing rounds on the internet lately. The bill has been generated by Sandeep Auto Company which was the authorised Enfield dealer. It was a dealer in Bokaro, Jharkhand. The bill states that the bike on sale is the Bullet 350 in the Standard model. The on-road price of the 350 was Rs 18,700. For reference, the on-road price in Delhi for the top trim of the RE Classic 350 is Rs 2.51 lakh. That should put things into perspective.

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Specs

The latest iteration of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes with a 349-cc counterbalanced air-cooled engine that makes 20.2 PS and 27 Nm of peak power and torque. This engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. It is underpinned by a twin downtube frame and has a telescopic fork at the front and 6-stage preload-adjustable twin shock absorbers at the rear. There are disc brakes on both wheels for the top trim and a disc-drum combination for the base variant.

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Royal Enfield is planning to have a busy year (2023) with tons of bikes slated for launch in the market. The aim is to grab more market share and offer its customers some products in all major segments it operates in. Hence, we might get to experience motorcycles like the Super Meteor 650, Next-Gen Bullet 350, Himalayan 450, updated Continental GT 650, Shotgun 650, etc. With these, RE will make the rivals work hard to complete which means that the consumers will benefit from great deals on great products. Do share your thoughts on this.

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