Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is breaking all odds to go bonkers in opposition to its rivals. The bike is welcomed by a heat response in our market, and within the final month, it managed to outsell each Honda CB350 H’ness and CB350 RS mixed. The Royal Hunter 350 registered gross sales of 17,118 items final month. Nevertheless, that is lower than the Royal Enfield Basic 350, which remained the corporate’s best-selling mannequin with 25,571 items bought in September this 12 months. Speaking of the Honda CB350 H’ness and CB350 RS, they registered gross sales of three,980 items in September this 12 months.
The Royal Enfiled Hunter 350 is the most recent contender in its phase. Supply of the Hunter 350 began on August 10, and it’s priced from Rs 1.49 lakh, ex-showroom. The Hunter makes use of a 349 cc single-cylinder engine, which generates 20.2 bhp of max energy and 27 Nm of peak torque.
A 5-speed gearbox is used on the RE Hunter 350. Speaking of rims, it will get 17 inches on each ends. The Hunter is underpinned by the J platform, which additionally serves the Basic 350 and Meteor 350.
The Honda CB350 H’ness, then again, is priced at 2.00 lakh, whereas the CB350 Rs is priced at 2.05 lakh. Each of those bikes use the identical half-duplex cradle body. Additionally, the motor stays the identical on each bikes. It’s a 348 cc motor and produces 20.7 bhp and 30 Nm of max torque. A gearbox is a 5-speed unit.
Compared to the Royal Hunter 350, the Honda CB350 H’ness will get a 19-inch rim on the entrance and a 17-inch rim on the rear. Speaking of seat peak, it measures 800 mm for the Honda CB350 mannequin, which is an identical to the Royal Enfield Hunter 350’s.