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The Royal Enfield Bullet is the oldest bike in India and is still in continuous production since 1948. The vintage looks of the bike have hardly had any changes since it was first produced. It is considered to be a beast on the street and it can go from 0 to 60 kmph in 3.60 seconds. The bike has spectacular features and is a beautiful in every way. Regarding durability, it is a long-term bike if maintained well. The Bullet has two variations, the Bullet 350 and Bullet 500.This Royal Enfield Bullet review is going to be focusing on the 350 version although the major difference between the two is the engine specifications. While the 350 has an engine displacement of 346 cc, the Bullet 500 has a displacement of 499 cc. The other difference is mentioned in the specifications. The different colours available are blue, black, maroon and silver.
Exteriors: The Bullet is one of the most classic, standard models by the Royal Enfield Company. It carry’s its traditional looks with its rounded headlights and twin pilot lamps and clear lens turning blinkers. The thick padded seats give good comfort to the rider as well as the passenger. The car has 1370 mm wheelbase and a minimum ground clearance of 135 mm that helps with the stability of the bike. The machine weighs 180 kgs which makes it heavy and gives the bike good traction on the road. The bike has telescopic forks suspension in the front and twin shock absorbers suspension in the rear end. The chrome detailing given to the bike adds to its classy looks and makes it appear even more refined that it is. The analogue cluster displays perfect information about the fuel and speed gauge.
Specifications: The Royal Enfield Bullet has a Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Twinspark, Air Cooled engine with 346 cc displacement. The fuel type is petrol, and the maximum fuel tank capacity is 13.5 litres. The bike gives a mileage of 40 kmpl. The starting mechanism is kick start only. The motorcycle has a five-speed gearbox, and maximum speed is 130 kmph. The front and rear brake type is a drum. The maximum power is 20.07 PS @ 5250 rpm (Bullet 500 has a maximum power of 27.2 bhp @ 5250 rpm), and maximum torque is 28 Nm @ 4000 rpm (the 500 variant has a maximum torque of 41.3 Nm @ 4000 rpm). It also has a manual transmission and wet, multi-plate clutch with a chain drive. The motorcycle also has a transistorised coil ignition.
Price: The Royal Enfield Bullet price is between INR 1.13 lakhs and 1.27 lakhs. The Royal Enfield Bullet on road price is INR 1.33 lakhs.