Both the standard and ES variants have become more expensive
Royal Enfield has increased the prices of its most affordable range, the Bullet 350 BS6. Both the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 and the Royal Enfield Bullet 350ES have become dearer. Check out the full ex-showroom Delhi price list below:
This comes in just after the previous price hike in May. The cumulative premium stands at around Rs 5,500 in a span of just four months. The famed Bullet 350 is slowly losing its value-for-money tag. That said, it remains the least expensive motorcycle from the stable. There have been no other changes to the motorcycle apart from the price hike.
The main difference between the standard variant Bullet 350 and the Bullet X350 comes down to the aesthetics. The standard version features chromed 3D tank logo with hand-painted pinstripes, metal finish on the powertrain, and colour-coded body panels. The X variant, on the other hand, features colour-coded fuel tanks with Royal Enfield stickers, all-black body panels, and a blacked-out engine. The Bullet X 350 ES also gets the black theme but the only difference is that the fuel tank gets a slightly more premium 3D logo.
In a related development, Royal Enfield has also increased the prices of the Classic 350 range. Even the Himalayan, Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and the Continental GT 650 haven’t been spared from the price hikes.