The Hunter 350, the third motorcycle built upon the J platform, is the most affordable Royal Enfield bike on sale now.


The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is available in three variants: Factory (Black & Silver), Dapper (Grey, Ash & White), and Rebel (Red, Black & Blue). The Factory variant is available at a price of Rs 1,49,900,  and the mid-spec variants come in at Rs 1,69,656. The top-tier Rebel variants are priced at Rs 1,74,655 (all prices mentioned are ex-showroom Delhi).


Royal Enfield has given the Hunter 350 with a vintage-styled semi-digital instrument cluster. The optional Tripper pod, offering smartphone-compatible turn-by-turn navigation assistance, is also available. The base Factory variant gets a digital display featuring the odometer, fuel gauge, two trip meters, and maintenance indicator. In contrast, the mid-tier and premium variants come equipped with an expansive digital screen that provides additional information such as gear position and a clock, reminiscent of the Meteor 350. Furthermore, both sides feature classic-looking rotary switch cubes, with the left switch cube featuring a USB port (available on mid-tier and higher-end models). However, the base variant is equipped with conventional switchgear and lacks a USB port.


Powering the Hunter 350 is a 349cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder counterbalanced engine, paired with the 5-speed gearbox found on both the Classic 350 and Meteor 350. The engine produces 20.1PS and 27Nm. The bike comes with a 13-litre fuel tank and has a tested real-world mileage of 40.19kmpl on city roads and 35.97kmpl on the highway.

Suspension & Brakes:

The Hunter comes equipped with a telescopic fork and dual shock absorbers for its suspension system. On the top-end Metro variant, the bike features 17-inch alloy wheels fitted with tubeless tyres. In contrast, the base Retro variant rides on spoke wheels with slimmer and tubed tyres.

Both iterations of the motorcycle come with a 300mm front disc brake. However, there are distinctions in the braking systems between the two. The Metro variant boasts a 270mm disc at the rear along with dual-channel ABS, while the Retro variant utilizes a 153mm drum brake at the rear, accompanied by single-channel ABS.

Remarkably, the Hunter 350 weighs in at 181kg (kerb weight), making it the lightest Royal Enfield motorcycle available in India.


The Hunter 350 goes up against the likes of the QJ Motor SRC 250, Keeway SR 250, Honda CB350RS, Jawa 42 2.1 and the Triumph Speed 400.

Key Specifications

Specification Value
Engine 349.34 cc
Power 20.4 PS
Torque 27 Nm
Mileage 36.2 kmpl
Kerb Weight 181 kg
Brakes Double Disc


Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Mileage


royal-enfield hunter Color

royal-enfield hunter is available/sold in the following colours in India.

Near by Cities prices

City On Road Price
Ghaziabad 1.77 - 2.05 Lakh
Noida 1.77 - 2.05 Lakh
Greater Noida 1.69 - 1.97 Lakh
Faridabad 1.76 - 2.03 Lakh
Sonipat 1.63 - 1.90 Lakh
Gurgaon 1.76 - 2.03 Lakh
Bahadurgarh 1.63 - 1.90 Lakh
Hapur 1.69 - 1.97 Lakh
Sikandrabad 1.69 - 1.97 Lakh

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