EXCLUSIVE: Royal Enfield Bullet 350 BS6 Bookings Open
You can reserve the bike for a token amount of Rs 10,000
- The Bullet 350 is the last of the RE’s to be updated to BS6.
- Power output is likely to be near-identical.
- Underpinnings will remain unchanged as well.
- It’s offered in two variants: standard and electric start.
Royal Enfield dealerships across India have started accepting unofficially bookings for the Bullet 350 BS6. Interested customers can reserve the bike for a token amount of Rs 10,000. Though prices are unknown, we could expect a hike of around 10,000 over the standard BS4 model which retails at Rs 1,21,840 (ex-showroom, Delhi). We believe the bike will be launched by March 2020. This is the third bike from RE’s portfolio to be updated to comply with BS6-emission norms. The Bullet 350 range is the last of the RE’s to be updated to comply with BS6-emission norms.
Other than the updated engine, the bike’s likely to remain unchanged. It’ll continue to be powered by a 346cc single-cylinder mill that may put out around the same power and torque output as the BS4 model -- 20PS at 5250rpm and 28Nm at 4000rpm. What may change is the weight, which currently stands at 185kg.
The BS6 Bullet 350’s hardware will remain unchanged as well, a single-cradle frame with a telescopic fork and a twin shock absorber setup. Anchoring the bike is a 280mm disc paired with single-channel ABS and a drum unit at the rear.