Royal Enfield Bullet 350 – Everything You Need To Know About

Royal Enfield Bullet 350

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has a 346cc engine. This Bullet 350 engine produces 19.36 horsepower at 5250 rpm and 28 pound-feet of torque at 4000 pm. The front and rear brakes on the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 are drum brakes. Bullet 350 has a kerb weight of 191 kg. Tube tires and spoke wheels are standard on the Royal Enfield Bullet 350.

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Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Full Specifications


  1. Single-cylinder, four-stroke engine with air-cooled fuel injection
  2. 346 cc (cubic centimeters)
  3. Single-cylinder, four-stroke engine with air-cooled fuel injection
  4. At 5250 rpm, the max power is 19.36 PS.
  5. 28 Nm max torque @ 4000 rpm
  6. Bs6 is the emission type.
  7. No. of Cylinders: 70 mm
  8. Bore: 70 mm
  9. Stroke: 90 mm
  10. Fuel Type: Petrol
  11. Drive Type: Chain Drive
  12. No. of Cylinders: 1
  13. Valve Per Cylinder: 2
  14. Electronic Ignition ECU/Variable
  15. Compression-Ignition 8.5:1 ratio


  1. Transmission Type- Manual
  2. No Of Gears- 5 Speed


  1. Front disc brakes, rear drum brakes

Chassis and Suspension

  1. Front suspension: Telescopic forks, 35 mm travel, 130 mm travel
  2. Single downtube chassis with the engine as a stressed member
  3. Suspension-Rear: 80 mm travel, twin shock absorbers with 5 steps adjustable preload

Tires and Wheels

  1. Front tyre size: 3.25-19, Rear tyre size: 3.25-19
  2. Front-wheel size: 482.6 mm, rear-wheel size: 482.6 mm
  3. Tube type tire
  4. Yes, radial tires are available.
  5. Spoke (Pressed Steel/ Alloy) Wheels


  1. 2170*810*1120 mm3 (Length*Width*Height)
  2. 1395 mm wheelbase
  3. 2170 mm in length
  4. 1120 mm in height
  5. 135 mm of ground clearance
  6. 810 mm in width
  7. 13.5 liters of fuel capacity
  8. 186 kg curb weight
  9. Front Brake Diameter: 280 mm Tail Light- Bulb
  10. 153 mm Rear Brake Diameter


  1. Pilot Lamps- Yes
  2. Turn Signal Lamp- Bulb
  3. Battery Type- VRLA

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Variants

  • ABS BS6 costs Rs. 1.34 lakh, while ES ABS BS6 costs Rs. 1.55 lakh.
  • For the third time this year, Royal Enfield raised the costs of the Bullet 350 and Bullet 350 ES. The electric start variant’s price has been increased by Rs 10,164. When the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 BS6 was introduced, it cost Rs 5,910 more than the previous-generation BS4 model. However, as a result of further price increase over the months, the price disparity has increased even more.
  • The base form of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 starts at Rs 1,54,327 for the Bullet Silver and Onyx Black color options. The hand-painted gold pinstripes on the black color version retail for Rs 1,61,385. The Bullet 350 ES, which comes in three color options: Jet Black, Regal Red, and Royal Blue cost Rs 1,67,178. All rates are for on-road travel in Delhi.
  • The Royal Enfield 350 BS6 is powered by the same 346cc single-cylinder thumper as the Classic 350 BS6. At 5250rpm, the motor produces 19.3PS and 28Nm at 4000rpm. The 5-speed transmission is still in use. The engine is housed in a classic single downtube frame with a telescopic front fork and twin rear shock absorbers.
  • The brakes are the same as on the BS4 variant, with a 280mm front disc and a 153mm rear drum brake. Royal Enfield had already installed single-channel ABS in the year 2019.
  • There are two versions of the Bullet 350 BS6: standard and ES. Aside from the electronic starter, the ES model features brighter colors on the fuel tank and blacked-out engines and foundations. The base variant now costs Rs 1,49,837 for the Bullet Silver and Onyx Black color options, and Rs 1,56,688 for the Black color option, following the recent price jump.
  • The Bullet 350 ES, on the other hand, is priced at Rs 1,67,178 in all three color options (Jet Black, Regal Red, and Royal Blue). All rates are for on-road travel in Delhi.
  • The design of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has stayed largely unchanged through the years. It has been preserved by Royal Enfield because it creates a sense of nostalgia for simple, no-nonsense British motorcycles. The round headlamp with chrome nacelle, the distinctive ‘Tiger lamps,’ the classic-styled fuel tank, and the single-piece quilted leather seat all contribute to the bike’s nostalgic appearance.
  • The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 BS6 remains a straightforward, no-nonsense motorcycle. Apart from a fuel injection system and a single-channel ABS, it lacks current features. Apart from the warning lights, it has an analog instrument cluster that displays only the speedometer and odometer readings. In the BS6 generation, the amp meter pod has been replaced by an engine check light and a low fuel indicator.

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The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is the world’s oldest continuously produced motorbike. It has remained largely the same over the years, with just minimal changes to help it meet our ever-changing safety and pollution standards. However, the Jawa, Honda H’Ness CB350, and Benelli Imperiale 400 are all alternatives to the Royal Enfield Bullet 350. All of these motorcycles, however, are technologically superior and each is far more expensive than the Bullet 350.

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