It is no longer news anymore… after debuting in 2020, Royal Enfield absolutely broke the motorcycle market when they released the Meteor 350 and sold record sales numbers globally. The success was so instant that it forced their hand to develop and release two other motorcycles modeled around the same platform. The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is a force to be reckoned with and will be the case study for generation on “how to properly sell a low-displacement motorcycle”.
The styling, the price point, and the availability of Meteor 350 are what make it a truly unique motorcycle. The fact that you can get on a well-built motorcycle that rivals even $10,000+ classic cruisers for under $5,000 is astounding, and the world has acknowledged this with their open checkbooks which is why it continues to have a home in their 2022 lineup.
The Meteor 350 is the perfect bike for beginner to intermediate riders thanks to its reliable 349cc single-cylinder engine. Although there are bikes with smaller displacements that many may believe might be easier to ride; the Meteor lays down a very comfortable 20 horsepower and 20 lb-ft of torque making it a perfect all-rounder for new riders.
Last year the British motorcycle manufacturer introduced a tripper navigation system to assist in hands-free navigation. This pairs nicely with the Dual Channel ABS and LED lighting to pack in even more modern technical features to an already intro-priced motorcycle.
If you’re in the market for a small-displacement motorcycle with timelessly classic styling at an unbeatable price, the Meteor 350 is one for the books.
The 2022 Royal Enfield Meteor 350 starts at $4,799 USD / $TBA CAD
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Price: Starting at $4,799 USD / $TBA CAD
No sacrifice in features and quality despite the intro-level pricing
Growing up in the 1980s meant that the lasting image of a motorcycle for me was a cruiser of some sort. It’s not that I was a ‘cruiser guy’, it’s just that when you see lots of something, that becomes the main frame of reference, and desire in this case! Evolving from a diet of bicycles into my late teens, I was quite mesmerized by the idea of the quintessential American style cruiser – and the first one that I actually saw in the flesh and instantly fell in love with was the Royal Enfield Citybike.
A New Heart
At the heart of the Meteor is the all-new air-oil cooled, 349cc, SOHC engine with a characteristic long stroke and electronic fuel injection system producing smooth tractable power & plenty of bottom-end torque. Continuing the legend of the easy singles, the new engine possesses a visceral exhaust note that is distinctively Royal Enfield.
A Refined Glide
With an enhanced chassis setup, accessible riding position, advanced braking ability, high specification suspension and responsive power delivery, the Meteor is set to light up the world of city cruising. The all-new chassis is stronger, stiffer and more durable and designed for straight-line stability, cornering and maneuverability without compromising on comfort.
The Meteor 350 features a Tripper™ navigation system, the first-ever in a Royal Enfield. Powered by Google Maps and the Royal Enfield App that connects smartphones with the motorcycle through Bluetooth. Tripper™ is a sophisticated navigation solution, that indicates directions through an intuitive display system with an additional USB charging port on the motorcycle.
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