Meteor 350

Royal Enfield bakal memperkembangkan tawaran model di pasaran Malaysia menerusi model terbaru, Royal Enfield Hunter 350 pada 9 Mac ini. 

Pengumuman pelancaran model itu dibuat sewaktu perasmian pembukaan pusat pameran Royal Enfield terbaru di Pulau Pinang. 

Untuk rekod, Royal Enfield Hunter 350 diperkenalkan pada pasaran global pada Ogos tahun lalu, menyertai Classic 350 dan Meteor 350. 

Seperti model 350 sebelum ini, Hunter 350 turut dikuasakan enjin satu silinder 349cc yang menghasilkan 20.2hp pada 6,100rpm dan 27Nm pada 4,000rpm. Kuasa tersebut disalurkan kepada tayar belakang dengan transmisi 5-kelajuan.

Royal Enfield mendakwa enjin J-series 349cc itu berupaya mencapai kelajuan maksima 114km/j sekaligus memberi bayangan Hunter 350 ini lebih sesuai untuk tunggangan santai.

Tampil dengan rekaan scrambler retro, Hunter 350 ini secara tidak langsung bakal memberi cabaran pada Honda H’ness CB350.

Hunter 350 Metro juga didatangkan rim sistem brek ABS dwi-saluran manakala Retro Factory pula hanya dilengkapi sistem ABS saluran tunggal dan dipadankan bersama cakera brek (tunggal) depan dan brek drum di bahagian belakang.

If you owned a Royal Enfield motorcycle, then you are probably one of the contributor to the brand staggering growth in global sales for September 2022. 

  • Royal Enfield sold more than 80,000 motorcycles in September 2022.
  • India remain as the biggest market for Royal Enfield.

The Indian-owned motorcycle company has just recorded a 145 percent increase in sales for the month of September 2022.

That said, Royal Enfield sold 82,097 units of motorcycles purchased over the 30 day period compared to 33,528 units sold in the same period last year. 

As expected, 73,646 units from the total sales was generated in India which continue to become the stronghold of the Royal Enfield brand to this day.

Nevertheless, the major surge of sales in comparison to last year is down to the brand latest model, led by the all-new Royal Enfield Scram 411 and the Hunter 350.

Moreover, with the demand of small and middleweight capacity motorcycle on the rise will only continue to boost the sales of Royal Enfield motorcycles. 

In fact, the Meteor 350 – introduced in 2020 – is currently contesting the BMW R 1250 GS Adventure for UK”s best selling full-size two-wheelers.

Meanwhile, the brand sales figure is expected to reach greater heights in months to come with a number of other arrivals on the way, including the Himalayan 450, Super Meteor 650 and Shotgun 650.

Royal Enfield also rumoured to be working on a Himalayan. 650. Coming from a fan of ADV motorcycles, a bigger Himalayan is a big yes from us. 

Royal Enfield revealed new colours for the 2023 Royal Enfield Meteor 350.

  • Royal Enfield brings new colours for the 2023 Meteor 350 range.
  • The Fireball variant features two new colours. 

The new colour scheme is introduced for the Fireball and Supernova variants.

Despite the new colourway, technical aspects remain unchanged, with Royal Enfield only using the new colours to refresh the Meteor 350 for 2023.

According to the Indian firm, the Fireball gets two new colours; Fireball Blue and Fireball Matt Green.

Meanwhile, the top-of-the-range Supernova edition now features “Supernova Red”. However, the third variant, Stellar, continues to feature the same visuals.

For those unaware, the Fireball is the base model; the Stellar features a backrest, while the Supernova is fitted with a front windscreen and a backrest. 

Powering the Meteor 350 is a 349cc single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air/oil-cooled engine capable of pumping 20hp @ 6,100rpm and 27Nm @ 4,000rpm. 

Despite the retro look, the Meteor 350 is fitted with modern features, including dual-channel ABS, LED taillights and Bluetooth connectivity. 

Royal Enfield has expanded its 350 range with the all-new Royal Enfield Hunter 350.

  • Royal Enfield Hunter 350 officially launch in India.
  • The Hunter 350 joins Classic 350 and Meteor 350.
  • Available in two trims, Retro Factory and Metro. 

According to the Indian firm, the Hunter 350 is available in two trims, Retro Factory and Metro, with the latter coming with two sub-variants, Dapper and Rebel.

Powering the Hunter 350 is the same 349cc single-cylinder J-series engine found in the Meteor and Classic. The engine pumps out 20.2hp @ 6,100rpm and 27Nm @ 4,00rpm, with Royal Enfield claiming a 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.

Also, the Retro Factory trim gets spoked wheels while the Metro is equipped with cast alloy wheels. 

Pricing for the Hunter 350 starts at INR149,900 (RM8.4k) for the Hunter 350, while the Hunter 350 Retro Factory is priced at INR163,900 (RM9.2k) and INR168,900 (RM9.4k). 

New Royal Enfield Flagship Store located within The Gasket Alley, PJ, officially opens its doors.



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