The motorcycle manufacturer Royal Enfield has introduced its Meteor 350 in the Indian market soon and the company's CEO Vinod K. Dasari has confirmed in an interview to an English website that it can launch its new cruiser motorcycle by the end of June. This motorcycle of the company has been seen many times during testing and its codename was Royal Enfield J1D, after which the production name is now going to be Meteor 350. Let us know in full detail
Royal Enfield Meteor 350 will give a fresh look and re-branded Thunderbird 350X because it comes with the same dimensions and silhouette and is also seen in the same color Thunderbird 350X. The main changes that will be seen in this are the new instrument console console set-up and the new split seat design. It also has rear fender, headlight and taillight. The instrument console is positioned in a center point in an asymmetrical design and can provide more information than the Thunderbird 350X.
Like the Thunderbird 350X, the company is not providing single downtube chassis in it, but also a double cradle chassis in Royal Enfield Meteor 350. Due to this new chassis, it offers better stability and handling. Compared to the current 350 cc engine, many changes can be seen in the engine of Meteor 350. The company will give different power and output in it which can be more than 19 bhp UCE Classic 350. In addition, it can replace single overhead cam unit. The new engine will be more free raving and refined. It will be something similar to what we see in 650 twins. The new Meteor 350 can also get a slick-shifting 6-speed gearbox.