Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is ready to roll out in global markets after making an appearance at the Intermot motorcycles show in Cologne, Germany.
- The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is based on the J-Platform as the Classic and Meteor 350.
- The motorcycle is aimed at new and inexperienced riders thanks to its affordability.
The Hunter 350 breaks cover at India back in August and will soon make its way to different parts of the world, including Europe, America and Asia.
According to reports, the global version of the Hunter 350 will remain the same as the one sold in India.
That said, the Hunter 350 shares the same (J-Platform) 349cc single-cylinder engine found in the Classic and Meteor 350. The engine makes 20.2hp @ 6,1000rpm and 27Nm @ 4,000rpm and has a claimed max speed of 114km/h.
Meanwhile, power is delivered to the rear wheel via a five-speed transmission and chain final drive.
The Hunter 350 is a direct rival to Honda’s H’ness CB350, which features the same retro styling and scrambler-ish elements.
In addition, the Hunter 350 is available in two trims, Retro Factory and Metro, with the latter coming with two sub-variants, Dapper and Rebel.
Also, the Retro Factory trim gets spoked wheels, while the Metro is equipped with cast alloy wheels.