The all-new Royal Enfield Meteor 350 from Royal Enfield will be unveiled shortly. On 6 November the company will launch the new motorcycle. The launch of the Meteor 350 has been postpone. But it appears that the company will launch it just in time for its festive season.
After the two 650CC Interceptor Bikes are launch, it will be the first major launch. The new Honda H’Ness CB350 (pronounced higher quality) will contend with the new Meteor. Royal Enfield Meteor 350 in os 1,6 lakh to 1,9 lakh (ex-showroom) is estimated to be priced. Earlier, the specifications and features of the new bike revealed a leaked brochure. A new twin-pod cluster console with Bluetooth compatibility will be available on the Meteor 350.
The larger pot has an Analog speed metre in the instrument console while the smaller pot has a TFT colour display that offers navigation information. As a Tripper navigation device, the smaller device. Odometer, Tripmeter, Fuel Graph Bar and Service alerts are available for Digital LCD Screens.
Colours and variations – Royal Enfield Meteor 350
The previous leaks provided us with an idea of the variants and colour choices. In three versions – fireball, Stellar and Supernova-meteor 350 is available. Meteor 350 will be made readily available in 7 body colours-Supernova Blue and Supernova Blue, Fireball Yellow, Fire Ball Red and Stellar Black Mat.
The Meteor 350 employs an all-new BS6-compliant air-cooled 349 cc engine. The leaks indicate the planned torque to 20.5hp and 27Nm in the Meteor 350cc engine. The UCE Thunderbird 350 produced 19.8hp and 28Nm of torque in comparison. A new 350 cc, single-cylinder, the air-cooled, long-haul engine will be on offer in this bike. This powertrain pumps 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm high torque in compliance with the information leaked. In addition, the smoother and lighter clutch would also produce a new transmission.
Style and sensation
The bike has circular halogen headlights, LED DRL, LED threshold lamps, forward-set footpegs, raised handlebars and so forth.
Price – Royal Enfield Meteor 350
On Thursday, the Chennai based bike manufacturer revealed that on November 6. It will launch the much-anticipated Meteor 350 engine. It has said that the launch of the Royal Meteor Enfield 350 had postpone many times in the past. In the centre of public testing a couple of months ago, the next retro classic cruiser from Royal Enfield was also see. Its external design and features and criteria were also leak online and gave a clear indication of the expectations of the next cruiser bike. The Meteor 350 will directly replace the Thunderbird 350X and is expect to be the price in the range of €1.60 to €1.75 lakh.