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Royal Enfield Bullet 350



The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is a Cruiser bike available at a starting price of Rs. 1.27 Lakh. The bike is available in 3 variants with 7 colour options. The 346.0 cc BS VI engine of Bullet 350 is mated with 5 gears, producing maximum power of 19.10 bhp @ 5250 rpm and a maximum torque of 28.00 Nm @ 4000 rpm. The mileage of the Bullet 350 is 45 Km/l.

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Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Overview
Ex-Showroom Price*
From ₹ 1.27 Lakh Onward
Engine Capacity
346.0 CC
Fuel Economy/Mileage
45 Km/l
5 Speed
Fuel Tank Capacity
13.5 L
Wheel Type
Spoke Wheels
Starting Mechanism
Kick Start,Self Start
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Model Variants
Bullet 350 X EFI BS VI , Bullet 350 EFI BS VI and Bullet 350 ES ABS BS VI

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Prices

Variant Ex-Showroom Price Specification Compare
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 X EFI BS VI 1.27 Lakh
Petrol, 45 Km/l
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 EFI BS VI 1.33 Lakh
Petrol, 45 Km/l
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ES ABS BS VI 1.43 Lakh
Petrol, 45 Km/l

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Specifications

Engine CC 346.0 cc
Mileage 45 Km/l
Max Power 19.10 bhp
Max Torque 28.00 Nm
Fuel Petrol
Transmission 5 Speed
Length/Width/Height 2170/ 810/1120 mm
Kerb Weight 183Kg

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Features

  • Single-Channel ABS And Rear Lift Protection

  • Silencer

  • Tank

  • Rear Mudguard

  • Engine Kill Switch

  • Pass Light

About Royal Enfield Bullet 350

Royal Enfield is a successful brand that has acquired prominence with developers' astute skills and mechanical acumen in manufacturing roadsters. In the late 21stcentury, Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is a sophisticated beast that wins the bet amongst its competitors on numerous counts.

Although the roadster has already been around for over decades, there's something more intriguing and captivating in the new Enfield 350 that made Indian enthusiasts and fans go gaga over it. It seems that with this classic 350, the brand has kept its promise by uncovering all the modern elements that bike enthusiasts expect in the latest variations. To get enlightened about the striking features, here's an overview about the new model.

Nothing unlike the vintage-looking roadsters, Royal Enfield Bullet 350 retains the old-school aesthetics. Design wise, the name fits perfectly! The classic look is everything that any biker would expect from the brand Royal Enfield. The bulbous and round tank is the first attraction, while the single-piece sprung seat is the second. Besides these features, you will find the amazing hand-painted pinstripes that happen to be reminiscent of bikes of British roadsters' heydays.

There are amazing colour options, including Royal Blue, Jet Blue, Regal Red, Onxy Black, Bullet Silver, Forest Green, and Black. You can choose from these colours. Besides the BS6 updates, Royal Enfield already has kitted a Classic 350 BS6 with the alloy rims. And more surprisingly, these happen to be just available on its ABS variant (dual-channel) and in the Stealth Black or even Gunmetal Grey colour choices. Other trims get spoke rims like before.

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How is the design of Royal Enfield Bullet 350?

What got introduced in the year 1931 now carries a rich heritage ever since 1948. Yes, the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 features an old-school design, kudos to the chrome finished headlight (rounded) that sits on its body perfectly (front mudguard and coloured suspension).

The side profile of this Bullet has the signature teardrop fuel tank. The 19-inch wheels alongside battery box are wonderful inclusions. Its rear taillight happens to be reminiscent of the vintage bikes alongside the round turn indicators!

Calling Royal Enfield 350 a premium-selling model is nowhere an exaggeration. After all, it happens to be the product line-up of the iconic bike manufacturer. The beast features a retro design that's reminiscent of motorcycles from the yesteryears. Being an ideal example of the modern technologies, Royal Enfield 350 is a wonderful amalgamation of the classic and contemporarydesign.

It features the metal-enclosed telescopic front forks that emphasise the retro element. Besides the chrome headlight, it sports a front mudguard that covers its front tyre. Aesthetically, this tyre reveals an extraordinary vintage styling. Besides carrying a retro-styled design, Bullet 350 is the entry level bike from this iconic maker.

How does the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ride?

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 gets powered by the single-cylinder, four-stroke, 346cc, and petrol engine (air-cooled). This massive unit is capable of producing 19.8bhp at 5250rpm &28Nm of torque at 4000rpm. Having been integrated to the 5-speed manual gearbox, it just brings the beast into life – thanks to the kick starter. It features a long-stroke engine and is torquey and slow-revving. The torque availability is at lower rpm and the bike offers an extremely convenient riding experience for long trips. So, stating that it gives a power-packed performance in long journeys (away from the city life) would not be an overstatement.

How comfortable is the Royal Enfield Bullet 350?

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 receives a proper riding fit, meaning that it has got the right elements that establish the bike to be immensely comfortable on the road. Given the fact that it gets powered by four-stroke, single-cylinder, petrol engine, the unit can produce 19.8bhp at 5250rpm & 28Nm of torque at 4000rpm.

No wonder that it gets integrated with the five-speed manual gearbox. On the top, the kick starter feature brings the bike into life. All these features are enough to explain the fact that it happens to be extremely comfortable while riding. Just one thing that manufacturers always consider highlighting is the fact that the bike requires regular servicing!

How's the tech?

Concerning the premium use of the advanced technology of the bike, one can get a reference of the technologies used in the bike through the pointers mentioned below:Single-Channel ABS And Rear Lift Protection

  • Tank
  • Silencer
  • Engine Kill Switch
  • Rear Mudguard
  • Pass Light

How's the mileage of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350?

As per the claimed fuel efficiency, the new Royal Enfield Bullet 350 comes with 45 Km/l. It's a decent feature when it comes to mileage.

How is the performance of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350?

The Bullet 350 KS as well as ES are powered with the robust 346 cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, single-cylinder, twin-spark engine. It is great at delivering a 19.8 bhp and comes with an incredible 28 Nm torque. A 5-speed constant transmission has been offered with the engine.

The tyres of the bike measure around 19-inch with the Bullet 350 ES. The 280 mm disc at its front & 153 mm drum at its rear are present. Lately, it brings the single-channel ABS! Weighing around 189 kg, Bullet 350 is not light. You can call it moderately heavy. In spite of the weight, the ride happens to be comfortable in cities and long journeys too.

Bullet 350 features an amazing load-carrying capacity. Being a sturdy and strong motorcycle with negligible or minimal use of plastic, it is powered with the downtube frame. The suspension duties get performed by the telescopic front forks as well as twin shock absorbers right at its rear. The front comprises the 280 mm disc, whereas there's the 153 mm drum at its rear. Both the variants also settle with the single-channel ABS. A beautiful amalgamation of all praiseworthyspecifications makes the journey on this Bullet comfortable and relaxing.

Pros & Cons of Bullet 350



  • Excellent mileage

  • Retro look and design

  • Powerful Engine



  • Needs frequent servicing

  • Extremely heavyweight

  • Noisy (although some bikers admire its gashing sound)

People also ask For

  • How much does a Royal Enfield Bullet 350 cost?

    With a petrol fuel type, the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has three variants: Royal Enfield Bullet 350 X EFI BS VI, Royal Enfield Bullet 350 EFI BS VI, Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ES ABS BS VI. Considering the ex-showroom price, they are available at Rs. 1.27 Lakhs, Rs. 1.33 Lakhs, and Rs. 1.43 Lakhs respectively. The Royal Enfield 350 ES ABS BS VI is the most excellent variant due to the added features.

  • Is Royal Enfield Bullet 350 a good bike?

    Bullet 350 happens to be a bike with an incredible load-carrying capacity. In fact, it is not only hardy but also extremely comfortable for long drives as it uses the minimum of plastic. Royal Enfield offers an array of accessories for those who want to give a beefier look to the beast. There are multiple options regarding the engine guard. One can replace its conventional seat with the touring dual seat too. All in all, it turns out to be an excellent bike having a mileage of 45 Km/l.

  • Is Royal Enfield Bullet 350 better than Harley-Davidson Fat Boy ?

    Concerning the prices, it is needless to mention that Harley Davidson is your luxurious choice. If you are planning to go for a cost-effective variant, Royal Enfield Bullet wins the bet. When you compare them, you will see that Royal Enfield is more cost-effectiveness and investment- worth in a country like India due to factors, such as mileage, affordability, etc.

  • Which model of Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is best?

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ES ABS BS VI is the best variant out of all Royal Enfield Bullet 350.  The model is powered by bhp Petrol engine. Specification wise, it comprises Single-Channel ABS And Rear Lift Protection, Tank, Silencer, Rear Mudguard, Pass Light, and Engine Kill Switch.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Vs. Competition

Technically speaking, Harley-Davidson Fat boy is fat and that's the reason why such a name has been derived. So, this Fat Boy has been brought with unique design elements, with doses of chrome. It is available in a wide range of technologically advanced features too.

First, there's the wide FLH-style handlebar, custom metal fenders, a textured leather seat insert, shotgun-style exhaust system, and more. It gets powered by the engine of Twin Cam 103 1690cc. Its engine produces a decent amount of power, and surprisingly, it's the highway cruiser. So, one must not try & tame it by riding inside the city.

Now, coming to the comparison of Royal Enfield Bullet verses Harley Davidson Fat Boy! Considering their prices, due to the high-end features, it is noteworthy to mention that Harley Davidson is a luxurious beast. In a country like India where Enfield Bullets have acquired prominent reputation amongst riders, Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is a cost-effective variant. Considering both the variants, both have riding importance in equal measures.

When you compare the two beasts, you will see how Royal Enfield wins the bet. And the kudos go to its cost-effectiveness, especially in the Indian market shelves. If you want to make the complete comparison, Enfield 350 is a real winner due to multiple factors, including affordability, mileage, etc.

From the world of Avengers, Avenger Cruise 220 is pegged with a price of a whopping Rs. 1.2 Lakhs. It's a cruiser bike available in just one variant & two colours. The bike weighs around 163 kg, and it comprises a fuel tank of around 13 litres. In comparison with the Enfield Bullet 350, it features a lighter weight engine.

Now coming to it being the flagship cruiser motorcycle! It is a known fact that the Cruise 220 complies with the most emission norms. And much to the knowledge of fans, the styling of Avenger Cruise 220 BS6 just continues to feature the cruiser motorcycle design having low-slung saddle, windscreen at its front, rear-swept handlebar, and lastly a long wheelbase.

The hardware on the model remains unchanged from BS4 motorcycle. Hence, its shock absorption duty gets handled by the telescopic forks having the double anti-friction bush besides the five-step twin springs that is adjustable. Its anchoring power is from the 280mm disc and the130mm drum brake at its rear. Considering the safety net, it includes the single-channel ABS. When you compare it with Royal Enfield Bullet 350, it is unsurprisingly that Royal Enfield wins the bet considering several parameters.

First things first, Royal Enfield and Bullet 350 happen to be the entry level bikes. Calling them one of the oldest bikes on sale in India is clearly not an exaggeration. After all, it has several retro styling elements that harkens back to the humble roots and retro styled analogue speedometer.

The key slot on its console just adds to achieving the finesse on this particular bike. It gets powered by the air-cooled 346cc single-cylinder 4 stroke engine that churns out 19.8bhp. As a matter of fact, it weighs in at 183kg. Considering the price of such bikes, this one happens to be the cheapest Enfield bike in a country like India. And in Indian market shelves, this bike is just a clear winner.

While both the bikes have received critical acclaim ever since the launch date, there are reasons riding enthusiasts are more fanatic about the appeal and design philosophy of Royal Enfield Bullet 350. There's no denying the fact that Honda Gold Wing developers have incorporated pure sophisticated elements into the styling of the beast. But the classic look of Enfield Bullet 350 wins the bet.

The fact that Enfield's Bullet 350 has managed to build its own statement is enough to justify the prominence of its design over its competitor. To compare these two beasts on numerous parameters, let's get started. First things first, when it is about fuel efficiency, the Gold Wing engine's base model returns with the 14 Km/l, whereas the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has 45 Km/l mileage capacity.

Considering their powertrain department, the Honda Gold Wing gets the bhp Petrol engine, while the Bullet 350 returns bhp Petrol engine. When you talk about their kerb weight, Bullets are always weighty. But with Enfield Bullet 350, you get a lightweight experience in comparison to its rival. While it measures 183 kg of weight, Honda Gold Wing weighs a whopping 350 kg. Besides the fact that it has one gear less than Wing (6 gears), it clearly wins the bet! Features that accompany its victory are mainly mileage, wheel size, cooling system, and more.

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Colors

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Black

    Available for all variants.

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Forest Green

    Forest Green
    Available for all variants.

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Bullet Silver

    Bullet Silver
    Available for all variants.

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Onyx Black

    Onyx Black
    Available for all variants.

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Regal Red

    Regal Red
    Available for all variants.

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Jet Blue

    Jet Blue
    Available for all variants.

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Royal Blue

    Royal Blue
    Available for all variants.

User Reviews On Royal Enfield Bullet 350

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Siraaaa owsmm ghaint bike luv
The king ride
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I am riding bullet electra since 2014. It has got reliability issues but it’s because of poor service of RE. Like all other brands they are just into money making and i also doubt about the knowledge and skills of their mechanics. The best solution is to look out for bullet specialists (yes these guys exist) in your neighbourhood. These guys are literally doctors of bullet. And if u ask them , they will also teach you basic troubleshooting and repair for your bull. I did my first servicing at authorised service centre and then i never visited them. Its not that i had bad experience but i got gut feeling that these guys are simply not competent to repair a bullet. Its also because they have loads and loads of customers. So obviously the quality of service goes down. So i took advice from few elders who own a old bullet and i got a very good doctor for my bull. So my advice to those who are hating RE or their bike is to find a very good bullet specialist. Next important thing is your riding style. I owned a unicorn before but the bullet is totally different from these refined and quick 150-250 cc bikes. In the beginning i missed the quickness of unicorn. I tried it with bullet but it cost me oil leak from the engine. I learned that bullet is not designed for that purpose. Bullet is popularly known as “raja gadi” The kings ride. And yes it is. Don’t buy a bullet if you are always in a hurry. My daily commute is max 25 km and hence never in a hurry. When i go touring my max speed is between 75-80. Some guys might laugh. But comeon guys. Its touring. Destination is not important. The journey is. Or to be specific “enjoying the journey “. The ride is very comfortable both on highways and offroads. The sitting position is the best. No bike offers such comfortable upright position. Overall i would like to end my review by saying that bullet is for those who enjoy the journey rather than those who are in a hurry to reach destination. Plastic bikes come and go. I have never seen anyone still caring for or proudly displaying their 1st pulsar or the 1st unicorn. But i have seen guys proudly displaying their “1978 bullet” or the “1980bullet” etc. etc. etc. so bullet is not just a bike. Its cult. Its a legacy.
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I never sugest standerd 350 bike. I was purchased new one from kaizen motors ernakulam. From the begining also starting truble. After second service the same repeating.. one day the 4month old bike breakdown road side because of battery failure. I was also paid for 4year road side assistance, the customer care people said no technision availabile. Very bad dealing, bike conditions vey poor. Never never sugesting any of this brand
the worst bike i ever used.plz dont buy it.
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i bought the bike on may 8 2019. from the first week itself the problems started. bike is turn off ( missing problem) while driving. i escaped from an accident from god sake. due to right side pulling my hand getting paining. i approached 13 times to service centre. but it never solved till. today is the 4th month since i purchased the bike. i used it only for 1 month. other times it is in the service centre. they arwe telling that right side pulling is a common charecteristics of bullet. till date i changed skull, silencer pipe, relay, bulb, fork, handle etc in warranty. this clearly showing how much quality the royal enfield's products have. when i asked them for my vehicle service history they told that it cannot be given. they will not give the details of the parts they is the terms and conditions of the royal enfield. the one thing i want to ask to the company is that why you are hiding these information from the owner itself. i think the consumer cannot complaint against this company ,we dont have much evidence. if the history include all the thing they replaced we can easy prove about the quality of the bike in court. that may be they are hiding such details. if you are genuine and have trust in your product you will never hide things like this. i shame on myself as an owner of a bullet.
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Nice model bullet my favourite
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All You Need to Know About the Bullet 350

With the recent lunch of Royal Enfield Bullet 350, biking enthusiasts have gone gaga over the new version. Manufacturers have offered a multitude of colour option with the model. The new launch has made quite a lot of riding enthusiasts purchase it. On this note, let's find out the key specs and features that make people excited about owning the bike.

The new model retains a muscular design that gets combined with the commanding road presence. Calling this bike a quintessential addition to your garage is nowhere an exaggeration.

The bullet 350 has been powered by a robust engine of 346cc. It happens to be twin-spark, 4-stroke, air-cooled, and single-cylinder engine. This engine drives an impressive 18 NM of torque as well as 19.8 bhp. Its engine gets offered with the five-speed continuous mesh transmission.

Bullet 350 features an incredible load-carrying capacity. As a matter of fact, it is one hardy motorcycle that includes minimal or absolutely no usage of plastic. It gets the single downtube frame. According to the survey, suspension duties get performed by the telescopic front forks as well as twin shock absorbers right at its rear.

You get a 19-inch of tyres alongside the bike. The front comprises around 280 mm disc, but the 153 mm drum is not present at its rear. The variants come with a single-channel ABS now. A combination amalgamation these specifications make the journey on the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 utterly comfortable.

For everything offered by the Royal Enfield Bullet, its commanding road presence, quintessential design, remarkable reliability, and exceptional dependability make it one in a million.

Latest News on Bullet 350

2020 has been a promising year for the new Royal Enfield Bullet 350.The updated Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has reached the dealerships prior to the countrywide lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Key Highlights:

  • A hand-painted 'Madras stripes' which is the signature of a standard Bullet 350
  • Also available in new colours –Bullet Silver and Onyx Black
  • This updated model now meets the BS6 or Bharat Stage VI emission regulations.
  • It has received a brand-new electronic fuel injection and not the carburetted engine.
  • The major difference between the Bullet 350 and Bullet X 350 is in the decals and colours.
2020 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Launched; Priced At Rs. 1.21 Lakh

2020 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Launched; Priced At ₹ 1.21 Lakh

history Apr 01, 2020 11:53 AM
The BS6 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is available in two variants - the Bullet 350 EFI, and the entry-level Bullet X 350 EFI.
BS6 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 To Be Priced At Rs. 1.21 Lakh

BS6 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 To Be Priced At ₹ 1.21 Lakh

history Mar 19, 2020 01:30 PM
The new fuel-injected Royal Enfield Bullet 350, which meets the new BS6 emission regulations, will have prices starting at Rs. 1.28 lakh (Ex-showroom).
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 BS6 Bookings Open At Dealerships

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 BS6 Bookings Open At Dealerships

history Feb 25, 2020 04:37 PM
Royal Enfield has been rolling out its BS6 compliant range of motorcycles and the next bike to hit the showrooms soon will be the trusty-old Bullet 350. Royal Enfield dealerships have confirmed to...
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Royal Enfield Bullet 350 FAQs

  • How many cc engines does Royal Enfield Bullet 350 have?

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is powered by 346.0 cc Engine.
  • What is the mileage of Royal Enfield Bullet 350?

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 gives mileage of about 45 kmpl.
  • What is theon-road price of Royal Enfield Bullet 350?

    The on-road price of Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is between Rs. 1.35 Lakhs to Rs. 1.51 Lakhs.
  • Is Royal Enfield Bullet 350 a Dual Seater?

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is a 2 seater roadster.
  • Which colour is best for Royal Enfield Bullet 350?

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is available in 7 colours. Royal BlueRoyal Enfield Bullet 350 looks best. Jet Blue, Regal Red, Onxy Black, Bullet Silver, Forest Green, Blackcolours also looks good on this bike.
  • What is the Wheel Type &Tyre Type of Royal Enfield Bullet 350?

    Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has alloy wheels. Royal Enfield 350 wears tyres of 3.25/R19 54P size.
  • Does Royal Enfield Bullet 350 have kick start or self start?

    Yes, Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has a kickstart & does not have a self start.
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