Kathmandu, September 13
Engineered and designed for the urban hustle, the Hunter 350 is a remixed roadster with the character of a Royal Enfield reimagined in a stylish, compact-yet-muscular geometry, that can tackle busy city streets, suburban backroads and beyond, with ease.
The Hunter 350 is distinctly unique within the Royal Enfield line-up. Built on the award-winning 350cc J-series platform, combined with a flickable chassis, the Hunter delivers agility without fragility on city streets and sheer, grin-inducing pleasure on the open road.
Speaking about the launch and about the importance of Nepal as a market for Royal Enfield, Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Chief Commercial Officer, Royal Enfield said,
“Nepal is a significant and strategic market for us in the SAARC region. We see huge potential in nurturing and growing the motorcycling culture in Nepal,” said Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Chief Commercial Officer at Royal Enfield during the launch.
Guleria said the Hunter 350 is a super refined motorcycle that is characterful and super fun to ride and added launch of the Hunter 350 in Nepal will further grow the market and bring more new customers into Royal Enfield.
“We are committed to bringing our globally awarded line-up of gorgeous motorcycles and pure motorcycling experiences to passionate riders in Nepal,” he said.
The bike will come from its newly operated CKD (Complete Knock Down) assembly facility in Birgunj which came into operation in June.
“This puts us in a great position to provide customers with the authentic Royal Enfield motorcycling experience,” he said.
The Hunter 350 comes in two distinct editions – Retro Hunter and Metro Hunter – both finished with on-trend, blacked-out engines and components. All Hunter editions feature uncluttered handlebar controls, their rotary power and lighting switches giving a gentle nod to the past, and are fitted with a USB charging port.
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