Royal Enfield launches the Hunter 350 at the 2023 NADA Auto Show

Royal Enfield has launched its much-anticipated bike–the Hunter 350–at the 2023 NADA Auto Show. The new Hunter 350, built on the company’s J-platform, shares its lineage with the Classic 350 and the Meteor 350. The comes in two variants: the Retro, priced at Rs 4,59,000, and the Metro, priced at Rs 4,79,000. This makes it the most affordable bike in the brand’s lineup.

Design and features

The Hunter 350 shares its J-platform with the Classic 350 models, but it’s notably lighter and shorter in comparison. The bike has a wheelbase of 1370 mm, which is 20 mm shorter than the Classic 350 models, and its weight ranges from 178 to 181 kg depending on the variant, which is 10 to 13 kg less than the Classic 350. Additionally, the Hunter 350 measures 2055 mm in length, 800 mm in width, and 1055 mm in height. In terms of its design, the Hunter 350 features a rounded headlamp, circular mirrors, a single-piece seat, split-grab rails, and a circular tail lamp.

The motorcycle comes with a semi-digital instrument panel, along with a tripper navigation system as an additional accessory. The analog section of the display indicates the bike’s speed, while the digital section provides details such as distance travelled, time, fuel level, and gear position. Other features also include LED components, 17-inch cast alloy wheels, and the availability of either a single-channel or dual-channel ABS, depending on the specific variant.


The Hunter 350 shares its engine with the Classic 350 models. The bike comes with a 349-cc, single-cylinder, air-oil-cooled, two-valve J-series engine that is capable of producing a maximum power of 20.2 hp at 6100 rpm and a peak torque of 27 Nm at 4000 rpm. For transmission, the bike comes mated to a five-speed gearbox.


EngineSingle-cylinder, air-oil-cooled, 2-valve
Displacement349 cc
Peak power20.2 hp at 6100 pm
Peak torque27 Nm at 4000 rpm
Transmission5-speed gearbox
Top speed114 kmph
Fuel tank capacity13 L
Mileage36.2 kmpl
Seat height790 mm
Ground clearance150 mm

The motorcycle’s suspension is managed by a 41-mm telescopic fork in the front and a 130-mm twin-tube emulsion shock absorber with 6-step adjustable preload in the rear. For braking, the entry-level Retro model is equipped with a 300 mm front disc brake and a 156 mm rear drum brake, both of which come with single-channel ABS. On the other hand, the higher-tier Metro variant features disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels, supplemented by a dual-channel ABS system.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 price in Nepal

Alpha Automotive, the authorised distributor of Royal Enfield motorcycles in Nepal, has launched the Hunter 350 in two variants–the Retro and the Metro–at an introductory price of  Rs 4,59,000 and Rs 4,79,000, respectively.

Hunter 350 modelsPrice in Nepal
RetroRs 4,59,000
MetroRs 4,79,000

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *