Over 1 lakh Royal Enfield Hunter 350s sold in first 6 months

    The Hunter 350 is the lightest bike in Royal Enfield’s current line-up.

    Published On Feb 27, 2023 01:04:00 PM


    Royal Enfield Hunter 350 price, features, rivals, sales figures.
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    Since its launch just six months ago, Royal Enfield has sold more than 1 lakh units of the Hunter 350 worldwide. This also includes the sales figures for the South-East Asian and European markets.

    1. Hunter 350 available in two variants – Retro, Metro
    2. Same engine as Classic 350, Meteor 350

    Royal Enfield Hunter 350 crosses 1 lakh sales milestone: details

    With over 1 lakh Hunters on the road in just six months, Royal Enfield has managed to sell roughly 17,000 bikes per month. The Hunter 350 shares its engine with its 350cc siblings – the Classic and the Meteor – but its chassis and geometry is quite different to those two bikes. It has a much sharper rake and features smaller 17-inch cast alloy rims at both ends, which contribute to it feeling much sprightlier on its feet. Tipping the scales at 181kg (in Metro trim, and 178kg in Retro), it isn’t a light bike, but to its credit, once you get moving, the bike feels compact and easy to manage. Between the two, the higher-end Metro is proving to be the considerably more popular model.

    With the Hunter 350, Royal Enfield is targeting people who would have been intimidated by the heft of something like a Classic 350Bullet 350 or a Meteor 350. It also features much more modern styling, and has brighter and more youthful paint options to choose from. As with all Royal Enfield bikes, the Hunter 350 has a vast accessory catalogue to choose from, so that the end user can tailor the bike to their exact specification.

    Would you pick the Hunter 350 over a Bullet or Classic? Let us know in the comments below.

    Also See: 

    Royal Enfield Hunter 350 road test, India review: Breaking new ground

    Royal Enfield Hunter 350 video review

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