Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Colours Explained

Modified On Aug 10, 2022 03:46 PM By Aamir Momin for Royal Enfield Hunter 350

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The roadster comes with a total of 8 attractive colour choices

Royal Enfield launched the much awaited Hunter 350 in India in three different variants, all with very attractive price tags. With three variants, the roadster also comes painted in multiple youthful and funky colour schemes.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Retro

The base Hunter 350 Retro variant is available in two single-tone colour schemes: Factory Silver and Factory Black. Both of these are simple and clean-looking with minimal ‘Royal Enfield’ stickering on either side of the fuel tank. Both also get a slim pinstripe running across either side of the fuel filler cap. The silver and the black, both, get a shiny gloss finish, making the bike look rather attractive.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Metro

The Metro variant gets Dapper White, Dapper Ash and Dapper Grey colour schemes. The Dapper White comes dipped in white with ‘Pure’ and ‘Ride’ written on the knee recesses on the fuel tank with a smokey background. With a simple company branding in black on the fuel tank, this colour gives a rather cool and retro vibe.

The Dapper Ash gets a fuel tank painted in a silver shade with black and Cyan graphics on the knee recesses. It bears a slight resemblance to the Downtown Drag colour scheme the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is offered with. Even the alloys get a short cyan stickering on them.


Dapper Grey is the snazziest of the Metro colour variants. It gets a shiny grey fuel tank with black patches on either side with ‘R’ written in bold on one side and ‘EN’ on the other, with the company branding below in bright red. This colour strikes a balance between stealthy and sporty.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Metro Rebel

Unlike the other variants, the Metro Rebel comes in three dual-tone colour schemes.

The Rebel Blue colour variant gets blue and white shades on the fuel tank with a large company branding on either side. It also gets ‘Royal Enfield’ written in a small light blue shade on both sides.

The Rebel Black is slightly different and gets a fuel tank painted in black and white with a yellow pinstripe running across the tank. It looks stealthy and slightly jazzy with a hint of yellow on the tank, side panel and small stickering on the wheel rim.

The most vibrant of all is the Rebel Red, which gives a rather elegant vibe with a red and black fuel tank and a bronze pinstripe running across it.

If you want to know more about the differences between the Hunter 350 variants, you can check out our variants explained story here.

The Hunter 350’s prices start from Rs 1,49,900 and go up to Rs 1,68,900 (ex-showroom Delhi). It rivals the likes of Jawa 42 2.1, Honda CB350RS, TVS Ronin and the upcoming Triumph-Bajaj motorcycle.

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