Something like this is certainly not recommended but it gives a fair idea of what the Royal Enfield products are capable of.
In this video, a Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is featured where it is attempting to pull the premium hatchback Maruti Baleno. The latter weighs around 950 kg while the Bullet weighs around 190 kg. Clearly, this is a mismatch of epic proportions. Nevertheless, the YouTuber mentions that this is not a tug of war competition but a simple test to determine if the Bullet will be able to pull the Baleno under normal circumstances.
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Bullet Tries To Pull Maruti Baleno
This video has been created by a prominent YouTuber, Arun Panwar. He regularly posts content around automobiles. This time around, he has a Bullet parked behind a Baleno. The aim is to tie a rope around both these automobiles and try to drive the Bullet. After securely tying the rope around the bike, the duo attached it to the tow hook provided at the rear section of the hatchback. Finally, the YouTuber asks his colleague to drive the Bullet.
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Right from the beginning, the Bullet looks comfortable pulling the hatchback. Within a few moments, the bike even gains some speed as the Baleno is pulled in the reverse direction quite effortlessly. After looking at how easy it was for the Bullet to move the Baleno around, the YouTuber decided to sit on the bike to make it a bit more challenging. It did make a little difference as it took more effort for the Bullet to move. Nevertheless, it still managed to pull the car convincingly. The YouTuber warns the viewers to not try something like this and only considers this as an experiment.
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The Royal Enfield Bullet comes with a 346 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine making 19.36 PS and 28 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. This engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission. The updated 2022 Bullet is around the corner as well and will most likely carry forward this very powertrain along with a few modern features. What are your thoughts on this event?
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