Motorcycle enthusiasts have reason to celebrate, as Royal Enfield has officially unveiled its latest addition to the Brazilian market: the Hunter 350. In this article, we will explore all the details of this exciting new addition that is ready to conquer the roads of Brazil.
Introduction to the New Royal Enfield Hunter 350
The Hunter 350 joins Royal Enfield's J-platform family, which already featured renowned models such as the Meteor 350 and Classic 350. This motorcycle was designed with a short wheelbase and tighter caster angle, placing a strong focus on agility and ease of maneuver, making it ideal for urban use.
One of the Hunter 350's striking features is its 17-inch alloy wheels, equipped with 110/70 tires at the front and 140/70 at the rear. This combination promises smooth and controlled riding on different types of terrain, ensuring a pleasant experience for motorcyclists.
Affordable Price and Variety of Colors
The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 arrives on the Brazilian market offering two version options: Dapper and Rebel, with prices of R$ 19,990 and R$ 21,990, respectively. Additionally, buyers have the ability to choose from a variety of colors to personalize their bike. The entry-level version is available in Dapper Ash, Dapper White and Dapper Gray, while the top-of-the-line variant offers Rebel Blue, Rebel Red and Rebel Black color options.
Bet on the Urban Segment
Cláudio Giusti, general director of Royal Enfield do Brasil, highlights the importance of the Hunter 350 when he states: “The Hunter 350 arrives in Brazil to place us in a segment that until then had not had our presence: that of essentially urban motorcycles” . With its combination of style, agility and affordable price, the Hunter 350 aims to win over urban motorcyclists looking for an exciting riding experience.
High Performance Engine and Suspension
Under the hood of the Hunter 350, we find a 349 cc, four-stroke engine with mixed air-oil cooling. This engine delivers a maximum power of 20.2 hp at 6,100 revolutions per minute and a maximum torque of 2.7 kgfm at 4,000 rpm, with a five-speed transmission.
The Hunter 350's suspension package offers a 41mm telescopic fork at the front, with 130mm of travel. At the rear, the bike has two shock absorbers adjustable in six levels, with a travel of 90 mm. When it comes to braking, the bike is equipped with a 300mm disc on the front wheel, with a floating caliper and double piston, combined with a 270mm disc at the rear, also with a floating caliper and single piston. The dual-channel ABS system provides safe braking even in emergency situations.
Conclusion: The New Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Is Here to Conquer
The New Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is now available at all brand dealerships in Brazil. With its affordable price, attractive design and solid performance, this bike promises to offer an exciting riding experience for both urban motorcyclists and road enthusiasts. If you are looking for a versatile and stylish motorcycle, the Hunter 350 could be the perfect choice for you.