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Royal Enfield Introduces Two New Hunter 350 Color Options

<p>One of the best-selling models in the company’s lineup, the Hunter 350, now offers two more color choices from Royal Enfield.</p>
<p>The elegant two-wheeler is now offered in the color combinations Dapper G (Green) and Dapper O (Orange). The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is priced at Rs 1,69,656 (ex-showroom) for both versions.</p>
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<p>The carmaker previously introduced white and gray as two of the three color trims for the Dapper category. Four further variations of the Hunter 350 are available: Factory Black, Rebel Blue, Rebel Red, and Rebel Black.</p>
<p>The Hunter 350’s fuel tank has a dark green finish on the recently released Dapper G edition. The Royal Enfield insignia has also been altered by the firm and now has a neon look. An intriguing green Hunter logo completes the image. The alloy wheels have been accented with green, while the other parts are still black.</p>
<p>The Dapper O variant has a slightly modified frontal design. The new model has contrasting white graphic stripes in addition to a light orange Royal Enfield branding and a dark orange fuel tank. Orange has been applied to the Hunter logo, and the allow wheels also get a hint of the same color.</p>
<p>The engine configuration and other aspects of the Hunter 350 have not altered, despite the changes to its appearance. In 2022, Royal Enfield introduced the Hunter series to the Indian market for the first time. With over two lakh units sold in its first year of launch, the bike gained popularity due to its superior appearance and reasonable pricing.</p>
<p>The Hunter 350 shares a 349cc, air or oil-cooled, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine with a 5-speed gearbox, much as the Classic 350 and Meteor 350. Additionally, fuel injection is used. It can produce up to 20.11 bhp of power at 6,100 RPM and 27 Nm of torque at 4,000 RPM.</p>
<p>Even though the Hunter 350 and its rivals have the same engine, the Hunter 350 has better agility because of its 17-inch wheels, which have discs on both ends. Additionally, the bike has dual shocks at the back and telescopic forks up front.</p>