The oldest motorcycle brand in continuous production Royal Enfield recently took the covers off of its newest entry-level model Hunter 350. It is the most affordable model from the Chennai-based automaker and its launch was highly anticipated since its rumours went out. Royal Enfield launched the Hunter 350 at a price of Rs. 1.50 lakh for the base variant meanwhile, the top-of-the-line variant costs Rs. 1.69 lakh. Most recently the company has also shared the pricing list for the accessories that will be available for the Hunter 350 as well.
Royal Enfield is offering the Hunter a variety of accessories like it has for other models in the past. The new Hunter 350 can be ordered with black or silver LED indicators which will be costing Rs. 4,750. Black bar-end mirrors for Rs. 6,450, black touring mirrors for Rs. 6,850, a black signature bench seat or custom seat both costing Rs. 4,500, a tinted windscreen for Rs. 2,350, a black passenger backrest with mounts for Rs. 2,800, and a black or silver oil filler cap both for Rs 1,050 can also be ordered.
Customers can also choose extras like the black big engine guards for Rs 3,300, the black small engine guards for Rs 3,000, and a silver sump guard for Rs 3,250 to protect their Hunter 350s. For Rs 2,350, the Hunter 350 could be upgraded with a 12.5-litre black commuter pannier that is fixed on a pannier rail that costs an additional Rs 2,200. A waterproof inner bag for the pannier is furthermore offered and costs Rs. 1,150. Additionally, Royal Enfield is selling two waterproof bike covers in navy blue and black for Rs 1,100 each.
To further ease the process of purchasing accessories for the buyers without going through the hassle of individually selecting them, Royal Enfield is also selling the Hunter 350 with two unique accessory packages, Urban Inspiration Theme and Suburban Inspiration Theme. Although the company is yet to reveal the pricing for these accessory packages.
Black bar-end mirrors, a small engine guard, a sump guard, a trademark bench seat in black, a tinted windscreen, and a tail tidy are all included in the Urban Inspiration Theme. Furthermore, the Suburban Inspiration theme also has a black commuter pannier with rails and a waterproof inner bag, as well as a huge black engine guard, a silver sump guard, a black custom seat, and a black passenger backrest, and black touring mirrors.
Royal Enfield will start offering the test rides for the Hunter 350 starting on August 10th, 2022, and deliveries are anticipated to start soon after. Retro Factory, Metro Dapper, and Metro Rebel are the three variations of the Hunter 350 that are being offered in the newest model from the brand. The Metro Dapper and Metro Rebel are priced at Rs. 163,900 and Rs. 168,900, respectively, while the Retro Factory trim is priced at Rs. 149,900. Powering the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is a 350cc, single-cylinder air-cooled four-stroke engine borrowed from the Meteor 350. This motor puts out 20.1 Bhp and 28 Nm and runs a single overhead camshaft.