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Royal Enfield Releases Revised Price List For Meteor 350

Royal Enfield Meteor 350

The Indian bike manufacturer has just launched the new Classic 350. Interestingly, with the launch, the Meteor 350 range has again received a price hike of Rs.6,428. Last time, the brand announced a price hike of Rs.10,048 that altogether pushes the entire price tag to Rs.1.98 Lakhs for the entry-level Fireball variant. The mid-spec Stellar will now cost its customers a massive Rs.2.04 Lakhs. Meanwhile, it is the Supernova or the fully-loaded variant that comes priced at Rs.2.14 Lakhs (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi).

Want to learn more about the Meteor 350 that replaced the Thunderbird? Take a look at the details down below that we have covered just for you.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Royal Enfield has released a new price list for Meteor 350.
  • To be powered by a 20BHP, 349cc single-cylinder engine.
  • A price hike of Rs.6,428 can be witnessed across the range.

Royal Enfield Meteor 350

For the base Fireball variant, Royal Enfield has decided to offer two single-tone colours including – Yellow and Red. To be precise, only the fuel tank is being finished in these two shades. Apart from this, everything comes finished in gloss black.

The mid-spec Stellar variant is costlier by around Rs.5,000 when compared to the Fireball. To be precise, even this one comes with single tone colour where the mudguards will feature a colour scheme similar to the fuel tank. There’s even an additional 3D ‘Royal Enfield’ badging on the fuel tank just to differentiate it from the entry-level variant.

Unlike the other two, the top-end Supernova variant comes with dual-tone colour schemes. Costlier by Rs.10,000 when compared to the Stellar, it comes with either a Blue-Black or Brown-Black shade. To differentiate further, it is even available with a tall windscreen and additional chrome indicators for a premium look.

Engine

At the heart, the all-new Meteor 350 comes powered by a 349cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. The overall output from this unit is rated at 20.2BHP and 27Nm while being mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

Revised Price List

Variants Revised Price Old Price Difference
Fireball Rs.1.98 Lakhs Rs.1.92 Lakhs Rs.6,428
Stellar Rs.2.04 Lakhs Rs.1.98 Lakhs Rs.6,428
Supernova Rs.2.14 Lakhs Rs.2.08 Lakhs Rs.6,428

Alternatives

In India, Meteor 350 compares with some well-known rivals such as Honda H’Ness CB350 and and Benelli Imperiale 400. Want to learn more about the H’Ness CB350? Check out all the details down below,

Honda H’Ness CB350

Honda CB350
Image Source: Honda Big Wing

Where the Royal Enfield motorcycles stand as calm and composed, Honda H’Ness CB350 is a lot peppier in terms of performance. Powered by a 348.3cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine, the updated CB350 can churn out a massive 20.5HP and 30Nm of peak torque while being mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

Feature-wise, it packs an all-LED lighting setup, semi-digital instrument cluster, dual-channel ABS, smartphone connectivity, etc to name a few. Talking specifically about the instrument console, it shows several bike-related information including mileage, gear positioning and distance to empty for added practicality.

Specifications

Honda H’Ness CB350
Engine 348.3cc single-cylinder, air-cooled
Power 20.5HP
Torque 30Nm
Key Highlights
  • Dual-channel ABS
  • Smartphone connectivity
  • LED headlight
  • Smartphone connectivity (DLX Pro)
Price (Ex-showroom, Delhi) Rs.1.86 Lakhs to Rs.1.92 Lakhs

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