2023 New Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Timeless Classic with Modern Features

Introducing the 2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 – a classic motorcycle with a touch of modernity. Royal Enfield has launched this iconic bike with prices starting at just Rs 1,73,562 (ex-showroom). Bookings are currently open, so let’s dive into the details of this exciting new model.

Variant-wise Prices

  • Base Variant: Rs 1,73,562
  • Mid-Spec Variant: Rs 1,97,436
  • Top-End Variant: Rs 2,15,801

Please note that these prices are ex-showroom Delhi. For comparison, the previous UCE Royal Enfield Bullet 350 was priced at Rs 1,84,104 on-road in Delhi.

Key Highlights

  • Powerful Engine: The new Bullet 350 is equipped with a 349cc air-cooled, counter-balanced single-cylinder J-series engine, delivering 20.2PS and 27Nm of torque. This engine is also used in the Royal Enfield Classic 350, Hunter 350, and Meteor 350, providing improved performance compared to its predecessor.
  • Smooth Gearbox: It features a five-speed gearbox, eliminating the kickstart lever found in the previous model.
  • Enhanced Braking: All variants come with a front 300mm disc brake, while the base variant has a rear drum brake, and the mid and top-spec variants have a 270mm rear disc brake. The mid and top-spec variants also feature dual-channel ABS for enhanced safety.
  • Stylish Wheels and Tires: The bike boasts 19-inch front and 18-inch rear spoke wheels, equipped with 100-section front and 120-section rear tube tires from Ceat.
  • Modern Instrument Console: The semi-digital instrument console resembles the one found in the Classic 350, offering an analog speedometer with tell-tale lights, along with an LCD inset displaying fuel level, Eco indicator, odometer, and trip meter readings.
  • Comfortable Seating: The redesigned single-piece seat is 5mm taller than its predecessor, providing improved comfort during your rides.
  • Weight and Fuel Tank: The Bullet 350 weighs 195kg (kerb), making it 4kg heavier than the Bullet 350 ES. It comes with a 13-litre fuel tank, slightly smaller than the previous model.

Color Options

  • Base Variant: Military Red and Military Black
  • Mid-Spec Variant: Standard Maroon and Standard Black
  • Top-End Variant: Black Gold (exclusive)

The mid and top-spec variants also feature hand-painted pinstripes on the fuel tank, while the Black Gold variant comes with a chromed headlight visor, a signature Bullet design element.

Accessories and Warranty

Royal Enfield offers a range of accessories, including engine guards, a pillion backrest, and touring/lower seats. Additionally, the bike comes with two extra years of warranty for added peace of mind.


Bookings for the 2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 are open starting September 1, with the bikes hitting dealerships on September 3, when test rides will also be available.

This new Bullet 350 maintains its iconic aesthetics while incorporating modern features, making it a more engaging and practical choice for everyday riders. Its competitors include the Honda H’ness CB350, Jawa Standard, and Benelli Imperiale, with more budget-friendly retro alternatives like the Yamaha FZ-X and the Kawasaki W175.

Get ready to experience the timeless charm of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 with enhanced performance and features. Explore the road with this classic beauty that seamlessly blends tradition and modernity.

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