At the end of last August we showed you the first images of what is now the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 2024. A new generation of the legendary Indo-British saddle after being marketed, uninterruptedly, for 92 years. A few days later we knew all the details of this living two-wheeled myth.
Later, the brand announced the arrival of the Bullet 350 to our continent. This comes equipped with a motor 349 cc single-cylinder air-oil cooledwhich we can also find in other models of the brand such as the Meteor 350, Classic 350 and Hunter 350. declare 20.48 HP of power at 6,100 rpm and a maximum torque of 27 Nm at 4,000 revolutions.
The Bullet 350 2024 It is sold in Europe in two different finishes:
Bullet Standard: Priced at 5,087 euros, consists of two color schemes, Black and Maroon. It is equipped with dual-circuit ABS, a rear disc and body-color finishes on the tank and some components with hand-painted lines, as well as chrome and gold badges.
Bullet Black Gold: Costs 5,187 euros and is positioned as a premium version finished with a combination of matte black and high-gloss black on the tank, a 3D badge in copper and gold, fine copper stripes, blacked-out engine and components as they set the trends. It has dual-circuit ABS and rear disc brakes.
The 2024 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 in other parts of the world
One of the places where the new Bullet 350 2024 It is North America, as the Ride Apart colleagues explain. However, it seems that the joy of many fans of the brand and the model who live in those latitudes will have to continue waiting for Royal to decide to start marketing it.
Although the brand will open this melon in the Canadian market, it does so in a way that is not understandable, so to speak, since will only send 100 copies Of the new Bullet 350 2024 to its official distributors in the country.
According to reports from Royal Enfield’s own website in Canada, the next 3January 1 at 1 p.m.. The reservation period will open to try to get one of the 100 Bullet 350 that will arrive in the country. In addition, they will be offered in the same finishes as in Europe: Bullet Standard and Bullet Black Gold.
The initial prices of both versions are 5,899 and 6,199 Canadian dollars, which in our local currency is equivalent to about 4,039 and 4,244 euros respectively. Subsequently, from February 16 to 18, 2024, The model will be exhibited in the Toronto Motorcycle Showan event attended by Gordon May, brand historian.