The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Vs Classic 350 

Bullet 350

Features a more traditional and utilitarian design. Classic and minimalistic look with a long-standing heritage appeal. Usually comes with a single saddle seat (can be modified to a dual seat).

Classic 350

Retro-modern design with more attention to detailing.  Comes with a teardrop fuel tank, rounded headlamp, and vintage badging.  Standard dual seats and more color options with a polished look.

Engine and Performance

Both Models: Share the same 349cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. Produces similar power and torque figures: around 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm of torque. 5-speed constant mesh gearbox.

Bullet 350

Slightly taller seat height, giving a more commanding riding position. Traditional upright riding posture with broader handlebars.

Classic 350

More comfortable seat with better cushioning. Relaxed riding posture with slightly lower and pulled-back handlebars.

Bullet 350

Slightly heavier feel due to the traditional frame and design. Adequate for city commutes and long rides but can feel a bit dated in handling.

Classic 350

Improved handling due to more modern suspension setup. Feels more nimble and balanced, especially on highways and twisty roads.

Bullet 350

Basic instrument cluster with an analog speedometer and fuel gauge. Simpler switchgear and fewer modern features.

Choose Bullet 350 if

You prefer a traditional, no-frills motorcycle with a classic look. You appreciate the heritage and simplicity of the original design. Budget is a key consideration.

Choose Classic 350 if

You want a retro-modern motorcycle with more features and refined aesthetics. You prioritize comfort and modern amenities. You're willing to invest a bit more for enhanced styling and technology.