Royal Enfield Bullet is the motorcycle that has been liked in the Indian market for decades. For many, the Royal Enfield Bullet is not just a motorcycle but a companion. You will find many people in the country who are driving the bullet that is several decades old. At the same time, there will be many people who have adapted the bullet of the old model in the new style. Changes are a law of nature and so too has Royal Enfield made changes to the Bullet. Today's Bullet is equipped with the latest features available in the market such as self-start, disc brake and anti-lock braking system (ABS).
Why bullets are liked
The bullet is most liked because of its royal look. The bullet is also called a royal ride by many in India. If a person is carrying a bullet by the way, then people tell without seeing that it is a motorcycle bullet. Yes, the identity of the bullet is its distinct voice, due to which it is also liked. Although the bullet is present in many colours in the market, it is most preferred in black colour. If compared to the bullet in the market, it is with the bikes of Java, but they are not able to give it any special competition at the moment.
The current Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has some such features and specifications.
In terms of engine and power, the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 comes with a 346cc single-cylinder fuel-injection system engine that generates the power of 18.93 Hp at 5250 Rpm and 28 Nm of torque at 4000 Rpm. In the case of transmission, the engine is equipped with a 5-speed manual gearbox. Braking System, Dimension and Suspension: In terms of the braking system, the Bullet has 2-piston calliper brake with 280 mm disc at the front and 153 mm drum brake at the rear and the braking system is equipped with single-channel ABS. In terms of suspension, the bullet has front telescopic, 35 mm forks, 130 mm travel suspension and 5 steps adjustable preload in the rear, twin shock absorber suspension with 80 mm travel.