Royal Enfield Bullet Military Silver variant priced at Rs 1.79 lakh

Gets silver pinstripes, not golden ones like on higher variants.

By Dinshaw Magol, Autocar India calendar 24 Jan 2024 Views icon1764 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Royal Enfield Bullet Military Silver variant priced at Rs 1.79 lakh

Owning a Royal Enfield Bullet 350 with pinstripes has become more affordable with the launch of the new Military Silver variant, priced at Rs 1.79 lakh. 

The Bullet 350 has always been known for its iconic hand-painted pinstripes and with this variant, you get silver pinstriping all over the bike. The higher Standard variant gets golden pinstriping and is priced at Rs 1,97,436, which makes this Military Silver variant a good deal more affordable.

The Military Silver is available in two colours – black and red – just like the Military variant and the mechanicals underneath are very familiar as well. At the heart of the Bullet is the tried and tested, air-cooled, 349cc, single-cylinder J-series mill that’s rated for 20.2hp at 6,100rpm and 27Nm at 4,000rpm. The rest of the chassis and cycle parts are also carried over without any changes. Since this variant is based on the Military variant, it gets a drum brake at the rear. 

All prices ex-showroom, Chennai

Also See:2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 review: subtle differences



     

     
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