Royal Enfield Meteor 350, a single of the most-awaited bikes in the Indian sector will start in Oct, resources have explained to HT Auto. The bicycle was at first slated for September launch, but the plans have been delayed thanks to unconfirmed explanations. What’s to be pointed out is that Honda is preparing a Royal Enfield rival in the form of H’ness/Highness cruiser which set sail on September 30.
Even though most of the aspects of the Meteor 350 have presently been uncovered thanks to the “leaked files”, on the other hand, Honda has remain restricted-lipped about its impending bicycle.
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The Meteor 350 is heading to be a replacement product to the Thunderbird 350X. It is constructed on an all-new double-cradle chassis and is a mechanically revised version of its predecessor. It is going to be out there in a few variants which sport various color techniques and numerous new aesthetic things. The variant record on the Meteor 350 involve Fireball, Stellar and Supernova.
The Meteor 350 Fireball will be released in yellow and crimson possibilities. 2nd in the record is going to be ‘Stellar’ which will be launched in 3 colour selections – darkish crimson, dim blue and matte black. The major-spec Meteor 350 ‘Supernova’ – will be the most costly of all. It will be released in two dual-tone color strategies which include things like brown/black, and light blue/black colours.
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One of the crucial highlights on the Meteor 350 incorporate its common Bluetooth connectivity and navigation aspect. At the coronary heart of the Meteor 350 sit a 349 cc, solitary-cylinder, air-cooled and gas-injected motor providing 20.2 PS of maximum electric power and 27 Nm of peak torque.
As significantly as pricing goes, be expecting it to retail somewhere in the assortment of ₹1.65 lakh to ₹1.75 lakh (ex-showroom).