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Royal Enfield User Reviews

The Royal Enfield Hunter does lack some basic features that are generally seen in other bikes in its segment. There is the lack of a slipper clutch, no selectable torque assist, no rear tyre width options, a single piston rear disc caliper, no LED headlamps, no LED indicators, a skinny overall look, no tachometer, and a meter console that looks like a bell on a bicycle. This is a shame as other bikes in the segment have these features, which makes the Hunter a less attractive option.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Hunter is a great looking bike that will be sure to turn heads no matter where you go. The classic retro styling, with the round halogen headlamp, teardrop-shaped fuel tank, flat seat, small side panel with the Hunter branding and round tail-lamp, makes this bike look great. We tested the higher Metro variant in the Dapper Ash colour scheme which looks great on this bike. There is also the entry-level Retro variant on offer which gets simpler paint schemes and wire spoke wheels. The quality of the paint finish and the switchgear are very good considering the price point of the bike. All in all, the Hunter is an attractive and well-built bike that will surely make a statement wherever you go.

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The Royal Enfield Hunter is a powerful and stylish cruiser bike that is perfect for long rides. It is powered by a 349cc BS6 engine that churns out 20.2 bhp of power and 27 Nm of torque. The bike comes with both front and rear disc brakes and an anti-locking braking system for added safety. The bike has a fuel tank capacity of 13 liters and weighs 181 kg. The Royal Enfield Hunter is available in 8 colours and 3 variants, with the top variant starting at Rs. 2,11,498. So if you're looking for a stylish and powerful cruiser bike, the Royal Enfield Hunter is the perfect choice.

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The buying experience wasn't great, to say the least. With no leg guard included and a thin rod for a back rest, it was really uncomfortable to ride. The ride was very jerky, especially when crossing 80 km/h and you could feel the parts vibrate and shake up to 120 km/h. The looks were okay, but the performance was well below average. Fuel efficiency was the only thing that was good, offering over 40 km/l for long-distance rides. Braking was not efficient for a bike of this size.
Servicing this bike was a nightmare. Post warranty, you would need to shell out more than 25k per year as nearly everything had to be changed after each service. Even the silencer came off easily if you were not careful.
Overall, the good looks and fuel efficiency were the only good things about this bike. Everything else was a con.

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The experience of getting a key in the ignition, pumping the decompressor and then giving the kick start to the engine is truly amazing. The engine gives off a calming vibration and the feeling of excitement is immediately noticeable. Another unique element is the neutral finder which is so simple to use yet unheard of by many people, especially bikers. 
My Electra is a bit of a hybrid, with an electric start (which I hardly use), front disc brakes and a decent engine. It's not too old nor too new, but somewhere in between. I love it when people check it out and ask about it, and I often get to tell them a piece of the old experience. It may not be as fast as the new bikes, but when the engine warms up after a ten-minute ride, it gives off better pickups and a lovely thump that feels like it's ready to run. The area I live in, is full of beautiful plains and hilly roads, some good, some bad and some worse. But it's a pleasure to ride on this beast, no matter the obstacles. If taken care of properly, it will take care of you back. 

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The Royal Enfield BULLET ELECTRA is a very common bike these days and I can understand why. It has a classic design that appeals to many people, and it does have a few advantages. For instance, it has a two-valve, four-stroke engine and three-speed gears, making it a decent option for those who want to ride quickly and safely.
However, there are a few downsides to the bike. The mileage is not great, as it only has two valves and four strokes. Additionally, it does not have many of the necessary features that newer generations of bikes come with, such as a rear disk brake, a fuel gauge, or a stand alert system.
Overall, the classic design of the BULLET ELECTRA is its biggest selling point. But if you're looking for a classic design with a 350cc engine and five-speed gears, I'd suggest going with the Royal Enfield Classic 350 instead. It has more features and is a much better bike overall.

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The Royal Enfield engine lacks technical specifications and build quality, making it a poor choice for long drives. This is a waste of money and a foolish decision, as the engine produces irritating sounds and vibrations. It is not a bike, it is a sound machine.

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The Royal Enfield Bullet Electra looks like a cruiser bike, thanks to its rugged body and huge tank, giving it an unmistakable identity on the roads. It has a unique seating position, which is why it's so comfortable and safe. The mileage is 53 kmpl, which is quite good for a 350cc bike. It has a powerful 350cc, twin spark engine, making it very reliable. The design of the Bullet Electra is also impressive. It isn't ostentatious, but it still has a regal feel to it. When you ride it, you'll be amazed at how it sticks to the road, no matter how fast you go. The price of the Bullet Electra is 1.18 lakhs, which is quite reasonable considering the quality of the bike.

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The Meteor 350 is a great bike for cruising long distances with a comfortable riding experience. The power and looks are great, and the mileage is unbeatable. Off-roading is a breeze with the heavy-duty body and powerful engine. I have been riding my black Meteor 350 for 10 months now, and have done two services so far. It has been an amazing experience and I would definitely recommend it for anyone looking for a great bike.

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The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is a great bike with excellent sound, feel, handling, power, ABS and almost zero vibrations. It also has a moderately stiff rear suspension and basic halogen headlights, which is a slight downside. However, these negatives don’t take away from the overall experience and I would give the Meteor 350 four stars.

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The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is a fantastic bike to ride. It is comfortable, powerful and the mileage is fantastic at 40 kmpl. It's a pleasure to ride and feels like you're a king sitting on this royal bike. It looks luxurious and is an amazing experience. No one can beat the performance of the Royal Enfield Meteor 350. It is an incredible bike that will bring you pleasure and joy every time you ride it.

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I have been riding the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 for some time now and I absolutely love it. It is perfect for both touring and riding purposes as it is lightweight and has great balance. The length and weight of the bike are just right, making it great for even the most enthusiastic riders. The combination of comfort and convenience, as well as speed, makes it the perfect bike for anyone who needs it. 

The weight is easy to manage, even for beginners, and the styling and look of the bike gives it a cool and bulky feel while riding. The mileage is also great and the seating capacity is perfect. All in all, I would highly recommend the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 for anyone looking for a comfortable ride.

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The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is the perfect bike for long tours and trips. With its superior balance between hand grip and foot grip, a comfortable handle, and a cool head, the Hunter 350 offers the perfect combination of power and stability. Its superior mileage and better ability to handle long trips and journeys with friends and partners make it perfect for enjoying your long tour in Shimla, Manali and other areas. The Hunter 350 is an ideal choice for long trips and tours, ensuring an enjoyable and safe ride.

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The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is a great choice for those looking for a bike that is comfortable, yet powerful. With its low noise exhaust, it is perfect for urban riding and is also capable of off-road excursions. It features a top speed of 114 kmph and a cozy back seat, allowing for a straight, comfortable riding position. The service costs are also dependable, making it an ideal metro bike.

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The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is a beautiful piece of machinery. The neo-retro design gives it an unmistakable style that stands out in the crowd. The minimal bodywork and silhouette of a roadster give it a classic look that you can't help but admire. The build quality is top-notch, with the switchgear feeling tactile and responsive. It is easy to operate and provides a smooth ride. Overall, the Hunter 350 is a great choice for those who want a classic look with modern performance.

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The Hunter 350 is a great bike for city riding, as it's light and agile. It's also quite fast and responsive which makes it very easy to maneuver around traffic. It's comfortable and smooth, making it a great choice for long rides. The design is also quite attractive and classic, giving it a sporty look. I was lucky enough to take a few laps around a go-kart track and I can confidently say that the Hunter 350 is a great bike for having fun. It's light and responsive, so it's easy to turn and change direction quickly. Even at high speeds, it's stable and capable, making it an ideal choice for spirited rides. All in all, the Hunter 350 is an excellent bike for both commuting and fun rides.

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