Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Prices Hiked By Over Rs 3,000
Compared to the first price hike in January, the premium is a lot more this time
For the second time in a span of just two months, Royal Enfield has hiked the prices of the Bullet 350 range. While the first increment ranged between Rs 600 and Rs 700, the latest one is a 4-digit price hike. Here are the latest on-road Delhi prices:
Sadly, Royal Enfield has neither made any mechanical changes nor any cosmetic upgrades on the Bullet 350 to compensate for the price hike. Despite the hike, it’s still the most affordable bike in the Royal Enfield lineup.
In terms of pricing, the Bullet 350 locks horns with the sportier-looking Yamaha MT-15 and the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V. In a related development, the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has been spotted testing and here’s what the bike looks like.
If you are looking for a more premium offering in the 350cc classic motorcycle category, we recommend you check out our review of the Honda H’ness CB350.