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4 New 350cc Royal Enfield Motorcycles Expected In India Soon

In recent years, Royal Enfield, one of the country’s oldest motorcycle brands, has been on a roll. The company is continually developing new bikes to add to its current lineup.

According to this source, the business plans to launch four more 350cc bikes in the Indian two-wheeler industry during the following two years. In the past year, it has released two 350cc motorcycles in the United States: the Classic 350 and the Meteor 350. The company’s new J platform will be used for the next four bikes. Royal Enfield’s CEO, Vinod K. Dasari, has already stated in an interview that the company is working on a slew of new motorcycles.

He went on to claim that the company plans to offer a new model every quarter for the next seven years, meaning that at least 28 new motorcycles will be released. This is being done in order to strengthen its position in both home and international markets.

There’s also the new Bullet 350, dubbed J1B, according to sources. The existing Bullet 350 and Bullet 350 ES will be replaced by this model. A bobber based on the Classic 350 will also be available. This upcoming bike will have a single-seat, bobber-styled tall handlebar, and white wall tyres, and will be codenamed J1H. This is the last item to be revealed, and it will most likely be the most expensive.

The J1C2 and J1C1, the remaining two motorcycles, will be marketed as urban motorcycles. One of these motorcycles is now known as the Hunter in the world of online media. Although these two motorcycles will be practically identical, there will be a few differences that distinguish them.

The J1C2 will be Royal Enfield’s most cheap bike in the country when it is released. The majority of the components will be shared with its more expensive sibling, the J1C1. The manufacturer can provide it with fewer frills and more straightforward body panels.


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