The spy images show the roadster donning a couple of accessories
The upcoming Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has been spotted on test runs yet again, this time donning a bunch of accessories. While the motorcycle is slated for an August 2022 debut, its test mule looked production-ready to suit.
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The Hunter 350 seems to share its accessories list with the Meteor 350. So, the flyscreen, pillion backrest and the commuter pannier are all already available for the cruiser. We can expect more accessories like touring seats, mirrors and leg guards to be on offer for the Hunter.
The spy shots also show the instrument console of the retro roadster. It sports a Meteor 350-style instrument console layout with a single-pod unit flanked by the Tripper navigation pod on the right.
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The upcoming Hunter 350 will be the third bike based on Royal Enfield’s new J platform, following the Meteor 350 and the Classic 350. So, the Hunter will sport the same 349cc air-cooled counterbalanced engine producing 20.2PS and 27Nm as the other two.
The Hunter 350 could be priced at Rs 1.70 lakh, making it more affordable than the Classic 350 as well as the Meteor. Once launched, the Hunter 350 will take on the likes of the Jawa 42 2.1 and the Honda CB350RS.