The new Royal Enfield Hunter is designed to be an
The new Royal Enfield Hunter is designed to be an agile, maneuverable machine that is perfect for city riding. Its 20mm shorter wheelbase than the Classic 350, 17-inch wheels and wide handlebar all help it to feel light on its feet and make it a great option for navigating tight city roads. The pegs are slightly rear-set and the handlebar has a slight reach, making it a comfortable riding position with a hint of sportiness. The 790mm seat height also makes it suitable for shorter riders, but tall riders may find it a bit cramped. The Hunter also isn’t the most comfortable for pillion riders, as the seat is relatively small and the grab handles are positioned awkwardly.
Despite its relatively hefty 181kg weight, the Hunter is still quite a joy to ride. It turns in quickly and has good grip, making it great for winding roads. The motorcycle is also predictable and stable in the corners, which will be reassuring to new riders in this segment. Ultimately, the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is a great option for city riders who want a light, agile machine that is still capable of enjoying some spirited riding.