The Royal Enfield Bullet is back! It may be simple and inexpensive, but the Bullet name carries much weight in the history of motorcycling worldwide. Let’s take a look at the brand new model for 2024. Watch the INFO MOTO video here.

2024 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 pricing and specs

Royal Enfield’s local distributor has launched its new Bullet 350, priced from $7890 rideaway.

The new Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is available in three colour schemes, with the most premium Black and Gold trim commanding a small premium of $160.

Underpinning the 2024 Bullet 350 is the same fundamental architecture as the platform sharing Hunter 350 ($6990), Classic 350 ($7990) and Meteor 350 ($7590), though it is distinguished by a number of styling and ergonomic features in keeping with the long-running model’s rich history.

These features include a large bench seat (a staple since the 1956 JS Bullet 500), an analogue dash incorporated into the headlight, wire-spoked wheels (measuring 19- and 18-inches front-to-rear) and distinctive pin-stripe details.

2024 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 review Australia

Like the rest of the current Royal Enfield ‘350’ models, the Bullet 350 features a 15kW/27Nm 349cc single-cylinder engine, allowing the bike to meet LAMS restrictions in Australia.

With the 13-litre tank filled, the Bullet 350 tips the scales at 195 kilograms, and the seat height is rated at an approachable 805mm.

Engine protection, seats, exterior niceties and panniers can be optioned for.

2024 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 review Australia

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