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.
- 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.
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|
Honda H’Ness CB350
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.
|Honda H’Ness CB350|
|Engine||348.3cc single-cylinder, air-cooled|
|Price (Ex-showroom, Delhi)||Rs.1.86 Lakhs to Rs.1.92 Lakhs|