Hunter 350 launch date timeline has been revealed by Royal Enfield (kind of). Will the most affordable Royal Enfield be as exciting..?
So, by now you must be getting a bit impatient about the launch of the newest motorcycle in the 350 cc lineup of Royal Enfield.
So many test-bike sightings, so many speculations & rumours, so many estimated launch dates – all of this is only adding to the impatience of the average RE fan.
But now, struggle you will no more my friend, for there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Hunter 350 Launch Date Timeline – Early August
So, recently we published a report sharing new details about the upcoming Hunter 350 along with the render images of what the bike could look like.
Now, Royal Enfield is sending out ‘Block Your Dates’ invitations for early August to various automotive publications. Though the company has not announced any launch date, it is highly likely that this date is for the launch of the much-awaited Hunter 350.
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By now, we know and have shared a lot about the soon-to-be newest entrant to the RE line-up – Hunter 350.
We have been seeing this bike being tested on our roads for a long time now. We have seen it being tested alone, in pairs and alongside the nearly-ready RE Super Meteor 650 and the next-gen Bullet 350. So much so, we even know what the new Hunter 350 will sound like on our roads.
Phew!! That’s a lot of coverage for a bike which will probably be the most affordable Royal Enfield offering till date. It is expected to be slotted below the Bullet 350, which is also scheduled to be updated and launched by early-2023.
Powering the new Hunter 350 will be the same engine which made its debut on the Classic Reborn and is praised by nearly everyone who rides it or have ridden it. The new J-series thumper is a 349 cc, single-cylinder unit putting out 20.2 HP and 27 Nm of torque and will be connected to a 5-speed gearbox.
The only thing we, and of course you, are eagerly for is the launch. All the expectations, speculations, rumours will be laid to rest once the Hunter 350 is made official by Royal Enfield.
So, we have to wait a little bit longer to see the bike on our roads. There are just 44 days left, people… Let’s get counting…