Royal Enfield has simply launched its latest mannequin – the Bullet Trials. Priced at Rs 1.62 lakh for the Trials 350 and Rs 2.07 for the Trials 500, the bikes pay homage to Royal Enfield’s Trials bikes of yesteryear. The model has referred to as the journey of the Royal Enfield Bullet “probably the most enduring story in motorcycling” and this new mannequin provides to the lengthy checklist of bikes which have worn the Bullet badge up to now.
The 2 new fashions use the identical engine and gearbox as those on their commonplace Bullet vary counterparts. On the Bullet Trials 350, the 346cc motor makes 20hp and 28Nm of torque, whereas on the Bullet Trials 500, the 499cc motor produces 27.5hp and 41.3Nm of torque. Each engines are mated to the identical 5-speed gearbox.
The brand new Trials bikes additionally borrow the tank- and side-panels from the Bullets. In accordance with its off-road intentions, the entrance and rear fenders are shorter and narrower than on the usual Bullet. This off-road-friendly look is additional accentuated by a taller handlebar that encompasses a cross-brace much like these seen on a whole lot of enduro bikes. A distinguishing issue between the Trials 350 and Trials 500 is the color scheme. The 350 makes use of a pink body, whereas the 500 makes use of a inexperienced one. Each bikes include dual-discs with dual-channel ABS.
The Bullet Trials include a 19-inch entrance and 18-inch rear wheel, shod with Ceat tyres. Holding with the general theme, the bike additionally options an upswept exhaust muffler. The headlight grille and crossbar padding seen on the bikes above are a part of a accent pack. For the time being, the Trials bikes don’t have any direct competitors and sit in between the usual Bullet collection and the Royal Enfield Himalayan when it comes to intent.
All costs, ex-showroom India.