COVID-19 pandemic has certainly disrupted many release schedules in the motorcycle market, and with Royal Enfield, it’s no different. After being rescheduled for over four times, the Meteor 350 finally has its final release date – 6th November. It’s certainly been about time, as the titular bike has been officially revealed this April.
For now, we expect that the Meteor 350 will feature a single-cylinder 349cc engine that will produce 20 horsepower and 19,9 lb-ft of torque. This engine will comply with the new Bharat stage emission standards introduced in India. Still, this could change as there has been a wait of seven months with no concrete evidence to the numbers above.
From the official sources, we know that the Meteor 350 will launch in three different variants, with different features. These variants are dubbed Fireball, Stellar, and Supernova.
Let’s see how this bike turns out to be in a week and a half!
Source: Web Bike World