Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is a widely anticipated offering that is about to launch in the Indian market soon. Check out the details recorded in this video.
The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has been spotted testing in Chennai near the manufacturing plant. The bike doesn’t look like it is heavily camouflaged and the visibility is not ideal due to rain. Rumours already suggest that this 350 Hunter is most likely to be the next product launch by Royal Enfield which is just a couple of months away. Let us deduce what could be seen on the video of the bike from up close.
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Royal Enfield Hunter Testing
The YouTuber has done a great job following the bike that was doing a test run on the highway. By the looks of it, this seems like the high-speed performance test as the biker is being driven at a very high speed. The YouTuber is visibly seen struggling to keep up at times. However, when the biker brakes due to traffic conditions, the biker got a clear view. Eventually, the rider slows down completely to talk to the YouTuber. He confirms that it is the Hunter 350 with halogen headlamps, LED taillamps, narrow rear seat, retro styling, twin-shock absorbers, a different grab rail than the Classic 350, stable round mirrors, the centre console is part-digital, Tripper Navigation among other things.
The bike might be powered by a 350-cc oil-cooled engine that might produce 20.4 PS and 27 Nm of peak power and torque. The chassis and suspension system might be borrowed from the Meteor 350 along with some other bits. However, the engine performance might be a bit different with different calibrations. The YouTuber feels that the launch might take place in April 2022. RE is also planning Super Meteor 650 which might follow the Hunter 350. With such new products in the market, Royal Enfield is gearing up for the next phase of domination in other segments of our market.
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Let us know your feelings about the spied version of the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 that will soon launch in our market. Did you like the visual appearance of the bike or want something to be changed?