Royal Enfield Hunter 350cc Leaks;. Price around Rs 1.3 L
Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will take on a new segment in India upon its launch this year in June
It was recently brought to light that the next big launch from Royal Enfield will be the upcoming Hunter. The 350cc roadster has been spotted testing on roads on various occasions and is anticipated to launch across the country by the end of June.
Reportedly, Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will be offered in two variants. The base variant will have a disc brake up front and a drum brake at rear while the top-end variant will come with disc brakes at both ends. Further, the former will come with a single-channel ABS whereas the latter will be equipped with a dual channel ABS.
Front brake would consist of a single 300mm rotor as standard on both variants. The rear brake will comprise a 153mm drum on the base variant and a 270mm disc on the top-end trim. Besides this, there will be no other variations in terms of specs or features between the two variants.
Powering Hunter 350 will be a 349cc single cylinder, air/oil-cooled engine that puts out 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm of peak torque. This unit comes along with with a 5-speed gearbox. Hunter is also anticipated to be lighter than its other 350cc siblings which will result in better power to weight ratio.
Coming to its features, it is likely to be offered with a semi-digital instrument console along with Tripper Navigation which will be available as an optional accessory.