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Top 5 Bullet Motorcycles You May Have In 2020

Top 5 Bullet Motorcycles You May Have In 2020

Top 5 Bullet Motorcycles You May Have In 2020

Having a bullet motorcycle is a trend now. Nowadays people love to ride bullets over bikes. They just need that their ride would be more comfortable and stylish. The Royal Enfield also delivers the same as what its customers expect. In the era of two-wheelers when competitions are very crowded, bullet stands at a very respected place in the whole market. When the market of other two-wheelers are fluctuating, the bullets selling going at a smooth pace and in a balancing order.

Here actually we will introduce you to some of the best products from the great “Royal Enfield “ franchise with some extra details so that you make up your mind before purchasing the “Royal Bike”. In this article, we will go through some more details about this masterpiece so that you can choose your favorite bullet easily.

Top 5 Bullets in 2020 From Royal Enfield Franchise

1-Bullet Meteor 350 (CRUISE EASY)

Bullet Meteor
Image Credit – Royal Enfield

Apart from the muscular look it also has some mind-blowing features. It has the all-new air-oil cooled,349 cc, SOHC engine with a characteristic long stroke and electronic fuel injection system producing smooth tractable power and plenty of bottom-end torque. This time they put extra attention to the braking, suspension, and power delivery section without compromising on comfort.

This time they introduced a navigation system called “Tripper” with this beast, powered by Google maps and the RE app, which connects the motorcycle with the smartphone through Bluetooth. Tripper is a navigating solution that comes with an additional USB charging port and placed right to the speedometer.

Apart from this, this bullet motorcycle has all the latest upgraded features, which most of the motorcycles have nowadays.

It comes in 7 astounding color variants which are enough to make you crazy.

Mileage – 38 k.m – 42 k.m

Price-1.75 L-1.90L

2-Bullet Interceptor-650

Bullet Interceptor-650
Image Credit – Autoportal.com

If you love to ride a bike which has a retro look of the ’60s then you will surely like the classy looks of “Interceptor-650”.It has a more powerful 648cc engine which generates 47 bhp of power and 52 nm torque. It equipped with a 6-speed gearbox which produces a more smooth drive for sure.

The beauty is available in 6 color variants out there. This bullet motorcycle delivers a quite decent performance and very little maintenance.

Mileage – 22 k.m – 26 k.m

Price – 2.55 L- 2.85 L

3- Bullet Continental GT 650

Bullet Continental GT 650
Image Credit – Royal Enfield

And here we got the best motorcycle of RE franchise. The continental comes with a look of the early ’50s-’60s, which is actually inspired by the cafe racer culture of that time. It has the perfect blend of tradition and modernity.

Though the specification and features are close to Interceptor, it is more popular in its genre. It’s available in 5 different variants like Black magic, Ventura Blue, Mister Clean, Ice Queen, Dr. Maythem.

Mileage – 20 k.m – 25 k.m

Price – 2.8 L- 3.5 L

4- Bullet Himalayan

Bullet Himalayan
Image Credit – Autocar India

“Bullet Himalayan” the only Off-Road bike from the RE group.Which delivers flawless performance on any road. The beast uses a 411cc single-cylinder engine which generates a max power of 24 bhp. It has some advanced features like switchable ABS, which turns off the ABS to the rear wheel.RE also offers a 3-year warranty with Himalayan.

Himalayan has 4 attractive color schemes, Rock red, Lake blue, Gravel Grey, Sleet Grey.

Mileage – 30 k.m – 35 k.m

Price – 1.7 L – 2 L

5- Bullet Classic Model

Bullet Classic Model
Image Credit – Overdrive

This bullet motorcycle comes in 2 models, like bullet classic 350 single-channel  ABS and bullet classic 350 double channel ABS. Since its launch in 2009, the design remains almost the same over years.

It offers a 346cc engine which generates a power of 20.07 ps and 28nm torque. It also comes with a double-disc. The classic delivers a simple and old design that features an analog speedometer and there is no Halogen light included. The upgraded version is now known as Bullet Meteor with all the advanced features included.

This bullet motorcycle delivers a pretty good mileage if you compare it with other 350 cc vehicles.

Mileage – 40 k.m – 45 k.m

Price – 1.25 L – 1.45 L

So this is all about the detailed specification of the Royal Enfield Bullet motorcycle models. For more information kindly check out the below videos.

Bullet Meteor Review

Bullet Interceptor-650 Review

Bullet Continental GT-650 Review

Bullet Himalayan Review

Bullet Classic Model

After reading the article and after watching the videos if you are still confused to decide which one you should buy, then please comment below, so that I can suggest you something better or any other option from another brand.

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