The Indian brand Royal Enfield has been leading the segment of classic medium displacement motorcycles, but in recent years this competition has become increasingly complicated with the arrival of neoclassical models from major brands such as the Honda H’Ness CB350, from recent release.
To compete with these rivals, Chennai-based motorcycle manufacturer Royal Enfield introduced a new motorcycle last week, the Meteor 350 based on a new platform.
The new model has been profiled and developed by designers and engineers based at Royal Enfield’s two state-of-the-art technical centers in Chennai and Bruntingthorpe, UK. It is powered by a 349cc air and oil-cooled single-cylinder engine, which generates 20.2 hp and 27 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm and offers a five-speed gearbox.
The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 will be available in three editions: Fireball, Stellar and Supernova. All editions are equipped with alloy wheels and tubeless tires as standard, providing comfort and peace of mind for passengers, especially on long trips.
Vinod K. Dasari, CEO of Royal Enfield, said that with the Meteor 350, the company intends for people to engage with the brand, transform their shopping experience and offer their customers a wide variety of customization options when They place orders for their new motorcycles.