Divya Sinha Reviews
Reviews submitted by Divya Sinha
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.
I have been driving my Hero HF Deluxe for the past few months and I am very happy with it. The bike is quite dependable and has good mileage, averaging around 70 km per litre. Overall, my experience with the bike has been really good and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a reliable bike. The Hero HF Deluxe ensures a perfect balance between driving and loading capacity. It is an ideal choice for daily commuters.
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.
Bike is good but the performance is not good, as soon as the speed goes above 50 kmph the bike gets vibrate. Looks wise is good but performance is worst. In 9 months I am planing to change the bike in next few month. The seats are very small. It's engine produces bad sounds also it is not comfortable for 2 people. Backseat is very short.