Royal Enfield Meteor 350
Recently Royal Enfield Meteor has been spied officially along with the date of launch in the Indian market. The bike is all set to be launched on 6th November 2020.
The retro-cruiser of the Royal Enfield will be competing with the recently launched Honda H’Ness CB 350. The Meteor launch date is set during the festival season in the country, which may attract more customers.
The bike will be the replacement for the Thunderbird 350X bike of the Royal Enfield Brand. Before the launch of the Meteor, the bike has been spotted several times on the roads, and the brochures have also been leaked in the market.
Seeing the leaked images of Meteor, some of the specifications can be observed and explained. The design of the bike is not much different from Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X.
Royal Enfield Meteor 350 will be powered with a 350 cc, single-cylinder air-oil cooled engine, which will be producing max power of 20.2 bhp, and the peak torque output of the bike will be 27 Nm.
The 350 Cc single-cylinder BS-VI engine of the bike will mostly be mated with a 6-speed manual transmission.
Meteor will be the first bike to be built on Royal Enfield’s new “J” platform. The bike will also be packed with features, modern elements, and design. The bike is equipped with split seats, a teardrop fuel tank, and alloy wheels.
Meteor will be getting LED DRLs, LED tail lights, BlueTooth connectivity in the instrument cluster, semi-digital instrument cluster, connected features along with turn by turn navigation assist, and handlebar-mounted USB charging port.
The bike will be launched in three variants- Fireball, Stellar, and Supernova. The fireball variant will be the base variant and will be costing the lowest, whereas the Supernova variant will be the top of the line variant along with some multiple features and functions.
Royal Enfield Meteor 350 will be competing with- Honda H’Ness CB 350, Bajaj Domonar 400, and Java.