Royal Enfield All-New Bullet 350 Specifications, Tempting Offers at IIMS 2024

2024 will witness the presence of the Royal Enfield All-New Bullet 350 on the stage of the 2024 Indonesia International Motor Show (IIMS).

This motorbike shows off sophistication through Royal Enfield’s latest J-series engine platform.

“Royal Enfield has a long reputation for presenting modern motorbikes inspired by a legendary past,” said Anuj Dua, Business Head of Asia Pacific markets at Royal Enfield, at the launch of the All New Bullet 350.

The Bullet, as the oldest motorbike model still produced by this British motorbike manufacturer throughout the world, has stood the test of time for almost a century.

From its first introduction in 1932 to its radical update in 1948 with its innovative swing arm rear suspension, the Bullet has always been at the forefront of motorcycle design.

Supported by Main Shaft Balancer to reduce vibration

Royal Enfield All-New Bullet 350

Bullet Black Gold comes with a matte and glossy black tank design, bronze and gold 3D badges, and bronze stripe accents that give it a classic touch.

The Royal Enfield All-New Bullet 350 is powered by the globally acclaimed 349cc air-oil cooled single cylinder engine.

The same engine is also used in the Meteor, Classic and Hunter motorbikes. With a power of 20.2 bhp at 6100 rpm and 27 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm, the Bullet 350 offers a powerful and deep sound, smooth power delivery and a refreshing driving experience.

Equipped with a main balancer shaft to reduce vibrations, the motorcycle provides smooth and fluid response, while smooth gear changes are provided by an optimized 5-speed gearbox.

The chassis of the Bullet 350 is designed for reliable handling and predictable maneuvers, and is sturdier than the previous generation. With a 41mm diameter front fork and wider tire options, the Bullet 350 offers unmatched comfort and stability.

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Bullet Black Gold comes with a matte and glossy black tank design, 3D badge in bronze and gold, and bronze stripes which give a touch of classic style. There is also a choice of high-quality riding equipment, such as helmets and equipment with details that reflect the Bullet’s legendary lines.

The all-new Bullet 350 can be ordered starting February 15 2024 at a price of IDR 115,100,000 (One Hundred and Fifteen Million One Hundred Thousand Rupiah) for the Bullet Black Gold.

However, as a special edition in Indonesia, only 100 units are available, making it a very exclusive choice for motorists.

Apart from the Bullet 350, Royal Enfield is also showcasing eleven other units from its series of motorbikes at IIMS 2024, including the Classic 350, Scram 411, Continental GT 650, Interceptor 650, Super Meteor 650, Meteor 350, and Hunter 350.

With a 2 year warranty without kilometer limitations and 24 hour emergency assistance service for 2 years, the Royal Enfield All-New Bullet 350 offers the best quality and service to its fans in Indonesia.

That’s the review regarding the specifications of the Royal Enfield All-New Bullet 350.

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