Royal Enfield Meteor 350 price increased to Rs. 3,146


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The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 launched on November 6, 2020

Royal Enfield has increased the prices of the Meteor 350 range in India. The price increase comes just a few months after the bike’s launch in November 2020. The three variants of the bike, the Fireball, Stellar and Supernova, are experiencing a price increase. The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Supernova variant gets the biggest price increase, at ₹ 3,146. The Fireball and Stellar variants get a price hike of ₹ 2,927 and ₹ 3,010 respectively. Refer to the table below for updated pricing for all three variants.

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Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Variants Old price New price Difference
Fireball ₹ 175,823 $ 178,744 ₹ 2,927
Stellar ₹ 181,367 ₹ 184,377 3 ₹ 10
Supernova ₹ 190,510 $ 193,656 ₹ 3,146

(The design of the new Royal Enfield Meteor 350 has the familiar silhouette of the Thunderbird 350)

The new Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is built around a brand new 350cc platform. Thus, he gets a new engine, as well as a new chassis. The new 349cc air and oil-cooled single cylinder engine produces 20.2 hp at 6,100 rpm and 27 Nm of maximum torque at 4,000 rpm. The new RE Meteor 350 weighs 6 kg less than the Thunderbird 350 it replaces and tips the scales with an empty weight of 191 kg. The weight saving is evident from a direct 5kg reduction in fuel tank capacity, in addition to the use of more plastic body components.

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Also read: Reviews on Royal Enfield Meteor 350



(The RE Meteor 350 is still more affordable than the Honda H’Ness CB350)

The company’s domestic motorcycle sales rose 35% in December 2020, with 65,492 motorcycles shipped in the month, compared to just 48,489 motorcycles shipped the same month a year ago. Overall Royal Enfield sales rose 37 percent, with 68,995 motorcycles shipped in December, compared to 50,416 motorcycles shipped the same month a year ago.

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