Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Launched In India, Prices Start From ₹ 1.75 Lakh

Royal Enfield has launched the Meteor 350 in 3 variants. These are fireballs, stellars and supernovas, with many colors being available.

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Launched In India, Prices Start From ₹ 1.75 Lakh

After all, Royal Enfield's popular bike Meteor 350 has come in the market. The motorcycle has been launched in 3 variants named Fireball, Staller and Supernova across the country. While the cheapest Fireball model costs Rs 1.75 lakh, you will have to pay Rs 1.81 lakh for the stallor. The most expensive two-pronged supernova variant is priced at Rs 1.90 lakh, all priced ex-showroom. The new Meteor 350 has replaced the Thunderbird 350 in the company's line-up.

The bike is quite different from the Thunderbird in appearance, its seat has reduced but the ground clearance has increased. The front wheel is 19-inch, while the size of the previous wheel is 17-inch. This is the first time the company has given tubeless tires with alloy wheels in any of its bikes. The bike gets LED DRLs with round halogen headlamps, and LED taillamps at the rear as well. Rotary switches are provided for starting and for changing the beam. There is also a USB charging slot on the left side of the handle.

The instrument console is a large part analogue but it is also accompanied by a small TFT display which gives many types of information. There is also a small digital pod that has come with navigation and it will be introduced with every variant of the bike.

The all-new 350 cc engine of the bike makes 20.2 bhp at 6100 rpm and gives 27 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. Also, a 5-speed gearbox has been given. The front of the bike has 41mm telescopic forks that come with 130 SM travel. There are 6-step adjustable shockers in the back. The company has given disc brakes on both wheels with the new motorcycle along with dual-channel ABS. There is a 15 liter tank and the bike runs around 37-38 km in 1 liter petrol.