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BREAKING: Royal Enfield Bullet 350 New Colours Launched: Costs Around Rs 5,500 More Than Base Colour Variants

Modified On Jan 24, 2024 02:57 PM By Govind for Royal Enfield Bullet 350

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The new colours come with hand-painted pinstripes on the fuel tank, and pinstripes on the side panels

Royal Enfield has launched a new colour theme for the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 dubbed ‘Military Silver’ at a price of Rs 1,79,000 (Ex-showroom Delhi). The new colour theme is available in two colour options, Military SilverBlack and Military SilverRed, offering a middle ground between the base Military model and higher end Black Gold model.

It features hand-painted silver pinstripes on the sides and on top of the tank, and pinstripes on the side panels. Like the Military theme, the new Military Silver also gets a 300mm disc brake at front and 153mm drum in the rear with single-channel ABS.

With the addition of this new theme, the Bullet 350 now comes in 4 different themes and here’s a breakdown of their prices: 

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Colours

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Price

Military Red & Military Black

Rs 1,73,562

New Military SilverRed & Military SilverBlack

Rs 1,79,000

Standard Black & Maroon

Rs 1,97,436

Black Gold

Rs 2,15,801

All prices ex-showroom Delhi

The Black Gold theme is still the most premium of the four and is a massive Rs 42,239 more expensive than the base Military theme. Sure, it comes with a rear disc brake with dual-channel ABS, blacked out powertrain and underpinnings, and premium badging but such a substantial premium isn’t really worth it in our opinion. The newly launched colour variants make more sense as it not only offers the hand-crafted goodness but also is fairly affordable, making it a more sensible option for Bullet enthusiasts with a budget.

The update is limited to the cosmetic side of things and hasn’t made any changes to the bike’s performance. The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is still powered by a 348cc, air-cooled, single cylinder engine that produces 20.2PS and 27Nm. You can read more about the bike in our review here.

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