The Royal Enfield Bullet 350's classic design includes painted pinstripes, a stripped-down engine, and handmade chrome finishes. It is a striking car with retro features like rounded headlamps plated in chrome.
The aggressive visage of the Panigale serves as an inspiration for the new and improved Supersport with the 950 suffix. A split-type headlight with LED projectors and air vents on each side has replaced the odd-looking single-unit headlamp.
When navigating dense traffic and traveling long distances, the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 offers simple maneuverability and smooth cruising. The bike has a 135 mm ground clearance, which puts the rider in a comfortable position for long distances.
For better braking control, the drum rear brake and disk front brake were particularly created. The motorcycle sports a single-channel ABS and analog functionality for the trip meter, odometer, and speedometer.
The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 gets around 35 kilometres per liter of gas on average.
The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has a cruising speed of 80–90 kmph and is enjoyable to ride. The riding posture is pleasant, and getting to the handlebars is simple.