The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 comes in three different editions, which differ mainly in their paint schemes and rider comfort measures.
Royal Enfield has launched an all new cruiser bike into the 250-700 cc segment. Dubbed the Meteor 350, the bike comes as a replacement for the Thunderbird X. The Meteor 350 has three different editions, viz- Fireball, Stellar and Supernova, which stand out from each other primarily due to their distinct colourways. The Fireball is priced at INR 1.75 lakh, the Stellar at 1.81 lakh and the top spec Supernova at 1.90 lakh.
The RE Meteor 350 has classic Royal Enfield proportions and the most modern equipment and comfort features. The bike gets a Halogen headlamp with LED DRLs, stylish LED taillamps, a smartly designed handlebar, a USB charging port for smartphones, stylish alloy wheels etc. Royal Enfield has also given the Meteor 350 what they call ‘The Royal Enfield Tripper’, a Turn-By-Turn (TBT) Navigation pod in essence, that helps the riders with the directions to the set destinations, with the help of Google Maps. The rider could use the Royal Enfield app on his smartphone to set the destination and pair the same with the bike.
The Meteor 350 comes powered by a BS6 compliant 350 cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that has undergone serious alterations for better performance and refinement levels. The Meteor puts out 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm. The low-end grunt is claimed to have been improved.
Royal Enfield offers every possible option to further personalize your Meteor to suit your tastes better. The ‘Make It Yours’ initiative from the brand lets you choose from thousands of customization combinations. Also on offer are a long list of accessories and rider gears to choose from. The manufacturer has plans to retail the product through 560 dealerships spread across 350 cities initially.