Rumor Has It: Royal Enfield’s Bullet Will Drop in August

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We have now a video dropped to ZigWheel’s Instagram platform exhibiting off a Royal Enfield bike with retro badging – and since RE’s Bullet is the machine everyone’s anticipating to interrupt soonest out of the 28 bikes set to drop within the coming seven years, we’re anticipating the Bullet to point out herself earlier than the following month is out. 

A view of Royal Enfield’s present Bullet, sporting 346cc’s as a substitute of the up to date 349cc’s. Media sourced from Royal Enfield.

Right here’s what we all know of the Bullet’s perks/componentry, based on protection sourced from Punya Sharma on Prime Pace:

  • Previous-school design
  • Spherical headlight
  • Chonky, single saddle
  • Chrome detailing
  • Up to date double-cradle chassis
  • Telescopic forks (with retro covers)
  • Twin shock absorbers
  • 19/19-inch (F/R) spoke wheels
  • Entrance disc and rear drum brakes, with the potential for a rear disc brake in top-tier variants
  • RE’s 349cc, air-cooled J-platform coronary heart (with gasoline injection), at the moment current within the  Basic / Meteor / Hunter 350
A view of Royal Enfield's current Bullet, sporting 346cc's instead of the updated 349cc's. Media sourced from Royal Enfield.
A view of Royal Enfield’s present Bullet, sporting 346cc’s as a substitute of the up to date 349cc’s. Media sourced from Royal Enfield.

The final level, particularly, begs the compulsory query: What’s the distinction between Royal Enfield’s incubating 350 Bullet and the remainder of her similar-cc siblings? 

Whereas the Basic and Bullet share comparable styling, there are a number of variations to set the Bullet aside (admittedly not many, however there are some); the Bullet’s seat, emblems, nacelle, and fenders will sport a “new id,” offering RE a wonderful alternative to resurrect a mannequin title that’s been determined for a refresh.

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A view of Royal Enfield's current Bullet, sporting 346cc's instead of the updated 349cc's. Media sourced from Royal Enfield.
A view of Royal Enfield’s present Bullet, sporting 346cc’s as a substitute of the up to date 349cc’s. Media sourced from Royal Enfield.

Sharma anticipates the Bullet to price “$4,400 ($300 shy of the Basic and $400 greater than the Hunter).”

What do you suppose?

*Media sourced from Royal Enfield*



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