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Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Differences Between Variants

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The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is offered in two distinct variants: Metro and Retro, each of which stands out in a different market.

While the motorcycle has distinguishing features in comparison to its siblings, the two variants, Retro and Metro, also have various elements and features that set them apart from one another. The variations are described below along with how they differ from one another.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Retro vs Metro:

Instrument cluster The first difference that comes to notice is the distinctive instrument clusters in both variants. The Metro comes with a fancy-looking instrument cluster with a larger digital display, borrowed from the Meteor and Scram. The Retro on the other hand gets a basic-looking speedo console with a smaller digital display.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Retro vs Metro:

taillight and grab rail The taillights too come different in each of the variants. The Metro gets LED taillight and round indicators, while Retro comes with conventional halogen taillight and rectangular indicators. The Metro comes with a sleek and stylish rear grab rail, while the Retro features a rudimentary tubular grab rail.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Retro vs Metro:

Wheels and tyres Both the Metro and Retro variants come running on the same 17-inch wheels. However, there are differences in terms of styling and tyres they are wrapped with. The Retro comes with wire-spoke wheels, while the Metro gets alloy wheels. The Retro features 110/80-17 and 120/80-17 tubed tyres for front and rear respectively. The Metro on the other hand gets chunkier tyres, with a 110/70-17 front and 140/70-17 rear.

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Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Retro vs Metro:

Brake and ABS The Retro gets a front disc and rear drum brake along with a single channel ABS, while the Metro gets disc brakes on the front and rear. Besides the 270 mm rear disc brake, the Metro comes with a dual channel ABS setup.

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