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Bullet 350 Specs
Engine 346 cc
Power 19.8 hp
Start Option Kick
ABS No
Pass Switch Yes
Odometer Analog

Bullet 350 Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Bullet 350

Classic styling

Torquey and thumpy engine

Comfortable cruiser

Things We Dont Like in Bullet 350

Harsh vibrations

Dated braking

Very basic

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The Royal Enfiled Bullet 350 is powered by a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, Twinspark 346cc mill. It develops 19.8 hp at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4000 rpm. Taking care of the transmission duties is a 5-speed constant mesh transmission. The bike features an instrument console with analog odometer, speedometer, and battery indicator. Also included in the list are alloy wheels, anti-lock braking system, classic toolbox, vintage taillight, fuel gauge, electric start, short silencer, and alloy wheels. As for the ride quality, just like any other Royal Enfield model is superior and contributing it to are the telescope front forks and rear twin gas charged shock absorbers. At the braking front, are present 280mm disc, two-piston calliper in front and 153 mm single lead internal expanding drum brakes at the rear. While the retro-styling, superior handling, and ride quality are sure its pros, the lack of ABS is an issue.

 

Bullet 350 Price

Variant   Specifications  
Standard    346 cc, 19.8 hp, Kick, Gasoline
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Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Colors

Bullet 350 is available in 1 different colors - Black.

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Bullet 350 Review

  • Overview
  • Design
  • Ride & Handling
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety
  • Verdict

Overview

The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has been in the Philippines market for quite some time now. This is the smaller capacity version of the Royal Enfield Bullet 500 which costs just Php 97000. This then is a 350cc classic motorcycle for the price of a new Yamaha Sniper 150. But the Bullet 350 takes a different sort of commitment and fulfills some very specific requirements. While at this price range you have a world of two-wheelers at your disposal, nothing really competes with the Bullet directly. There are classically styled motorcycles from Kawasaki and Bristol but they will set you back by more than twice what Royal Enfield asks for their bike. But as you will find out, this price advantage comes at the disposal of many things modern riders would consider essential.  

Design

The Royal Enfield Bullet 350’s styling is probably one of its biggest selling points. But it looks so classic and retro because it is basically very old. The design is almost 70 years old and has changed very little in that time. It was created to fulfill the needs of the military and it shows. The design is as no-nonsense as it can get. The fuel tank is a classic teardrop shape. The headlight is round and uses halogens. The indicators are bullet style. The battery is literally housed in a square box. But this lack of modernity is a big part of the bike’s appeal. The fuel tank is decorated with a large wing logo with minimal and tasteful pinstriping. The engine looks as mechanical as a pre-war gun and the pea shooter style exhaust only compounds that effect. The thick seat is as comfortable and supportive as it looks. There are splashes of chrome on the headlight surround, the indicators, the rear view mirrors and the exhaust that looks classy. The headlight housing also has the instruments integrated into it which are basic in keeping with the overall look of the bike. Similarly, the 19” wheels with 3.25 tires are spoked. The bike is also quite sizable at 2140 mm (L) X 810 mm (W) X 1120 mm (H). In many ways then it looks and feels like something from the industrial age. But it has a good finish and while the build quality could be better, it does feel solid. There is, however, only one color on offer here – black.

Ride & Handling

The Bullet 350 affords a very comfortable and relaxed seating position thanks to its high and wide handlebars. The seat is deep and supportive with the small bump for the pillion seat working well for back support. Speaking of pillion seats, the Bullet 350 is very comfortable for the pillion rider. The chassis uses a single downtube type frame which uses the engine as a stressed member as a weight reduction measure. The suspension setup up front uses 35 mm telescopic forks with 130 mm of travel. The rear is provided with twin shock absorbers that are 5 step adjustable for preload and afford 80 mm of travel. The handling is surprisingly nimble for not just for its weight but also its riding posture. While it is no streetfighter, it will allow you to carve through traffic with confidence. The ride also remains stable at highway speeds and plush on road imperfections. 135 mm of ground clearance make it suitable for bad roads just as well.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

The Bullet 350 uses a 346cc single-cylinder air-cooled and carbureted engine with twin spark ignition. It produces peak power of 19.8 hp at 5250 rpm and peak torque of 28 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm. The engine is mated to a 5 speed transmission. This huge motorcycle with a huge single cylinder engine comes with a kick starter only, in keeping with the classic theme. While the power might not seem impressive, the torque is indeed plenty. And the torque is available from the low end. It is enough to push this 183 kg bike on an unhurried wave of torque that can build up to a tidal wave very easily. While cruising down the highway this makes for a very relaxed and comfortable experience. This is then punctuated by a thumpy exhaust note. But this engine can use a lot of refinement. Vibrations are harsh at lower revs and never really go away at any speed. The fuel tank holds 13.5-litre and with a fuel economy of up to 30 kmpl makes for a decent range.

Braking & Safety

Frighteningly enough, this age old motorcycle comes with equally dated brakes. New riders would be advised to keep in mind that this 183 kg bike comes with drum brakes both front and rear. The rear setup is even worse with a single internal expanding type drum brake. You can just as well forget about ABS.

Verdict

While there are some aspects of this motorcycle that give it an old world charm that is hard to find, there are other aspects about it that should have been left in the past. Additionally, the 500cc version of this bike is only slightly more expensive than this and improves upon it in a lot of aspects. But Royal Enfield has kept the Bullet 350 unchanged to preserve experience and a legacy. This is probably your last chance to be a part of it.

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    Justin Apr 17, 2019 for Royal Enfield Bullet 350
    Part of the family

    I remember growing up, my dad had a Bullet and I absolutely adored it. I remember going on many rides with my dad and as a kid, it used to be the highlight of the day for me. There was something about the sound of the engine and riding through the wind which gave me an exhilarating feeling, one that Read More

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 FAQ

  • What are the Safety Features Available in Royal Enfield Bullet 350?

    The safety features available in Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Below:

    Feature Value
    ABS No
    Pass Switch Yes
    Shutter Lock No
    Back Rest Yes
    Stability Control No
    Engine Immobilizer No
    Wheel Lock Front/back No
    Anti-Theft Alarm No
    Central Locking No
    Launch Control No
    Leg Guards No
    Engine Check Warning No
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