New Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has already generated a lot of buzz, and according to Royal Enfield’s social media handles, the motorcycle will be available in India on August 7, 2022. The motorcycle has already begun to arrive at dealer stockyards, revealing more information about the motorcycle. Now, we can see a Royal Enfield Hunter 350 in a dual-tone blue and white paint scheme, which appears to be one of the dual-tone colour options, in a recent spy shot. It will most likely be available in the highest-spec variant.
The new Royal Enfield Hunter 350 will be available in three variants, according to sources: base-spec ‘Retro,’ mid-spec ‘Metro,’ and top-spec ‘Retro Rebel.’ Starting with the Retro variant, the Hunter 350 will receive bare-bones essentials such as a braking combination of 300mm disc at the front and 153mm drum at the rear, aided by a single-channel ABS.
New Royal Enfield Hunter will be available in three different models.
New Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Retro will also have 17-inch spoke wheels wrapped in a 100-section front tyre and a 120-section rear tyre. This model also has a halogen tail lamp, oval turn indicators, and a basic all-analog instrument console. With a weight of 177 kg, this variant will be available in two colour options: Factory Black and Factory Silver.
The Metro variant is now available, with a few improvements over the Retro variant, including a 270mm disc at the rear, dual-channel ABS, and 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in a 110-section front tyre and a 140-section rear tyre. The Scram 411 will also include an LED tail lamp, rounded indicators, and a part-digital instrument console. The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Metro variant, weighing 181 kg, will be available in single-tone colour options such as Dapper White, Dapper Ash, and Dapper Grey.
The highest quality The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Metro Rebel will retain all of the specifications and features of the Metro variant. It will, however, have dual-tone colour options rather than the Metro variant’s single-tone. The available colours are Rebel Black, Rebel Red, and Rebel Blue, with the latter being the dual-tone model spotted above. The previously unseen spy photos also revealed the Tripper navigation unit installed beside the instrument console, implying that the Tripper navigation unit will be available as an option on the Hunter 350, as it is on the Meteor 350.