The most awaited two-wheeler launch is finally here! British origin two-wheeler manufacturer RE (Royal Enfield) has launched its latest model, The Royal Enfield Meteor 350.
Going by leading media reports the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 will replace the recently discontinued RE Thunderbird 350. With its launch, the new Royal Enfield Meteor 350 will rival the likes of the Jawa 42, Benelli Imperiale 400 and Honda H’ness CB350.
So let’s see whether the all-new Royal Enfield Meteor is worth the hype or not!
- It features a 349cc, J-series air-cooled, four-stroke single-cylinder SOHC engine.
- The engine produces 20.2 BHP @6100 rpm with a peak torque of 27Nm @4100 rpm.
- Transmission options on the new Thunderbird successor include a standard 5-speed gearbox.
- The Meteor has a wheelbase of 1400mm along with a seat height of 765mm offering a comfortable yet confident riding position.
- We also get to see a new set of 300mm front disk brake with twin-piston floating calliper alongside 270m rear disc brake with a single-piston floating calliper.
- Keeping safety as the first priority It also offers a Dual-channel ABS.
The Feature-Packed Easy Cruiser
- The features are what defines the all-new Thunderbird successor. The most talked-about features in the Meteor is the Tripper navigation feature.
- This feature comes powered by Google Maps and the Royal Enfield App connecting your smartphone with the motorcycle via Bluetooth.
- The Tripper is an in-built navigation tool which shows map directions on an additional mod screen placed on the motorcycle.
- The Meteor also has a dedicated USB slot along with a plethora of features.
Colour Options & Variants
- The Meteor is offered in 3-trim levels- Fireball, Stellar, Supernova.
- The fireball comes in fireball red and yellow
- The Stellar is offered with blue, red and black options.
- The top-spec Supernova comes with brown and blue
- Additionally, the Meteor gets over 13 colour options with the Royal Enfield ‘Make it Yours’ application.
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