Original Delhi: The currently launched Royal Enfield Meteor 350 received a excellent response from bikers and auto lovers, with the gross sales figures of the bike bearing testimony to it. The bike registered over 8000 bookings within a number of weeks of its open.
Royal Enfield Meteor 350 recorded 7,031 objects gross sales within the month of November, thus turning into the second handiest promoting Royal Enfield bike after Traditional 350. Meanwhile, 6,513 objects of the Bullet 350 has been supplied, thus securing the third within the contaminated and Electra 350 has supplied 3,490 objects, taking the 4th contaminated.
Amidst heightened anticipation, the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 used to be launched on November 6, 2020.
Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is based utterly utterly on an all-glossy J-platform. 349cc air-cooled, SOHC two-valved gas-injected engine powers the bike. This engine churns out 20.4 PS at 6100 RPM and 27 Nm torque at 4000 RPM. The engine is mated to a 5-bound transmission.
Meteor 350 has 41 mm telescopic front forks and twin 6-stage preload-adjustable emulsion shock absorbers at the rear. The breaking is sorted by 300mm front disc and a 270mm rear UNIT. Twin-channel ABS is popular across all variants.
The bike has 19-trudge front and 17-trudge rear alloy wheels. It comes with tubeless 100-part front and 140-part rear tubeless tyres. The kerb weight is 191 kg. This makes it 6 kg lighter than its predecessor, Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350.
The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 will get a semi-digital instrument cluster. It also has smartphone compatibility. We assemble a halogen lamp at front and LED at the rear.
The contaminated Fireball variant is priced at Rs 1,75,825. The mid-spec Stellar is priced at Rs 1,81,342. Top of the road Supernova variant is priced at Rs 1,90,536 ex-showroom Chennai.
The bike competes with Honda H’Ness CB350, Jawa Perak, Benelli Imperiale 400 and Bajaj Dominar 400.