- The Meteor came as a replacement for the Thunderbird 350, the stylish cruiser bike in the Royal Enfield range.
- The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is available in 3 versions: Fireball, Stellar and Supernova.
- Ex-showroom prices start at Rs 1,78,744
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The Meteor came as a replacement for the Thunderbird 350, the stylish cruiser bike in the Royal Enfield range. The Meteor Fireball is currently priced at Rs 1,78,744, the Stellar at Rs 1,84,377 and the Supernova at Rs 1,93,656, up from last month’s.
Royal Enfield Meteor 350
Although the successor to the Thunderbird, the Meteor 350 is a new bike with a new platform and a new engine. The Meteor 350 is a 349cc, fuel-injected, single-cylinder engine. The engine is air-cooled, producing 20.2 hp of power at 6,100 rpm and 27 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. And the inclusion of an oil circuit in the Royal Enfield 2-valve head to allow the engine to cool quickly.
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The fireball is the basic model in the Meteor 350 line. The Fireball version is available in two single tone colors, yellow and red. The Meteor 350 Fireball is very similar to the previous Thunderbird X model. The stellar version is positioned above the fireball version. The Stellar model is available in 3 colors: Dark Red, Dark Blue and Matte Black. Some parts, including the exhaust pipe and handle bar, have a chrome finish. The Meteor 350 Stellar features a 3D Royal Enfield badge on the petrol tank and a backrest for the person sitting in the back.
The most expensive Supernova version is available in two dual tone colors (Brown / Black and Light Blue / Black). The Meteor 350 Supernova version features machine finish alloy wheels, different seat covers, indicator covers with a chrome touch and windshield.