Royal Enfield Bullet 350 with single-channel ABS sees a price hike of Rs 2700 and ES 350 up by 3700

Royal Enfield launched the most affordable Bullet 350 and Bullet 350 ES in India on the month of August 2019. This turned the tides for the company as its sales grew in the last two month period. However, gaining their sales numbers back, Royal Enfield decided to mint some cash on the single-channel ABS models. Now, the Chennai based company has hiked the price Bullet 350 by Rs 2755 and ES 350 gets a hike of Rs 3700.


Royal Enfield Bullet 350 with single-channel ABS and new colour options now priced at Rs 1.14 lakh ex-showroom while the Bullet ES 350 will set you back by 1.30 lakh ex-showroom. That said, there are no changes made to the pricing of the dual-channel variants of both the bikes. Bullet 350 dual-channel is priced at Rs 1.22 lakh and for Bullet ES 350 with dual-channel ABS you have to shell out Rs 1.37 lakh. These prices are ex-showroom Delhi.

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The company made this possible by removing chrome from certain parts as well as expensive hand made branding on the fuel tank. Other than these changes, nothing else has been tampered with. Both the bikes are powered by same 350cc engine which pumps out 19.7bhp and 28Nm torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and power is delivered to the 18-inch rear wheel.

At present, the company is working on the BS6 engines for its entire lineup. The first BS6 models from the company are expected to launch in January 2020. At that point, expect a steep hike in the prices as electronic fuel injection system will be used on the 350cc engines to make them more efficient as well as emit fewer emissions.

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