Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Is it the best?

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Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Is it the best?

Postby samira » Mon Apr 23, 2018 12:05 am

The choice of having a two-wheeler is extremely subjective, especially when it comes to Royal Enfield. Owning an RE has always been linked to a sense of pride as the commanding stature calls for attention. But the only matter of subjective discussion here is - Which RE would impart most pride?

Over the years, with the addition of the Thunderbird, Himalayan and Continental into the lineup, the motorcycle brand seems to be diverting away from what it was known for and focussed towards making its presence felt in multiple segments. But yet, loyal riders still fantasize riding an RE Bullet 350. You will get all of the specifications of the Bullet 350 at However, if you are searching for an answer to the question “Is Royal Enfield Bullet 350 the best?”, read further.

The macho design
The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is the only bike that best depicts the company’s heritage, followed by the Classic 350. The macho Scrambler-like cruiser boasts on a complete metal body and the supreme stance. The retro-ish spoke wheels proudly present the old era battleground scramblers.

The thumping engine
Though Royal Enfield uses similar engines for all the motorcycles in the 350-cc range, the distinction in the ride quality makes the Bullet stand out. The 346 cc single-cylinder engine makes a maximum power of 19.8 bhp along with a humongous torque of 28 Nm. The power is sent down to the wheels via a 5-speed manual transmission gearbox. The power delivery is extremely linear and not for a single second you will feel that you are losing control.

And how can one not mention, the pea-shooter exhaust has the best engine note among all its siblings, the Classic 350 follows close.
Is it the best?
With so many factors already discussed, I am sure you will start feeling that the Bullet 350 is the best RE thus far. However, there are just a couple of factors to be kept in mind. Being almost a heritage model, the Bullet lacks disc brake up front and an electric-start. If these can be looked over, purchasing it needs no second thought.
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Re: Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Is it the best?

Postby Jonathanzz » Tue Apr 24, 2018 9:47 pm

Thanks for the reply.
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