Fri. Sep 29th, 2023
2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350

We recently got a glimpse of how Royal Enfield is readying its lineup for the next decade with the launch of the second-generation Classic 350 and now, it’s time for the Bullet 350 to receive a similar treatment.

The result is a premium-looking motorcycle with an imposing design that takes inspiration from the outgoing model. Of course, the original silhouette – the OG, that Royal Enfield takes immense pride of.

Thinking that these changes are limited to the design? Let’s go through the changes to find out.


  • Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has been updated for 2023.
  • Available with a 20BHP, 350cc single-cylinder unit.
  • Several new shades have been added to the portfolio.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350: What’s new?

Royal Enfield Bullet 350
Image Source: Royal Enfield

The bike manufacturer clearly mentions that the all-new Bullet 350 uses Royal Enfield’s latest J-platform. Available in 5 shades, including Military Black and Military Red priced at Rs.1.73 Lakhs, Standard Maroon and Standard Black priced at Rs.1.97 Lakhs and Black Gold priced at Rs.2.15 Lakhs (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi), the newest addition to RE’s portfolio retains the iconic design from its predecessor.

The updates don’t end there. To be precise, the Military Black and Military Red variants are to be sold with single-channel ABS and drum brakes. All other variants apart from these two get dual-channel ABS and disc brake on the rear end.

What’s even more exciting is that Royal Enfield has not touched the iconic design. Instead, the bike manufacturer has worked on the ergonomics by introducing a new handlebar and a running single seat for a comfortable ride. To align it with the new design language, the addition of a redesigned fender and taillamp assembly perfectly does the job of making it an appealing motorcycle.


Just like the other 350cc bikes from the portfolio, this one also comes with a 350cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. Capable of churning 20 horsepower and 27 Nm, it is paired with a 5-speed gearbox as standard.

Not to miss the mechanicals, the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is available with a 41mn fork up front and twin shock absorbers at the rear. For enough braking power, the bike has been loaded with 300mm disc (front) and 270mm disc/drum brakes (rear), depending upon the variant.

Just like the outgoing model, the new Bullet 350 is still a value for money. The powerful engine, iconic design language and practical seating are once again all set to appeal to a wider range of audience.

By Harsh Rana

Full-time management student and a part-time automobile enthusiast. Not much happy about EVs taking over the V8, V10 and V12 motors.

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