Surprisingly, this test bike doesn’t have the Tripper turn-by-turn navigation system.
The Royal Enfield Hunter has been spotted once again. This time, the spy images reveal the bike’s instrument cluster in more detail.
The new roadster is expected to join the likes of the Classic 350 and Meteor 350. The test bike seen in these images has a chrome headlamp with a single-pod instrument cluster that has an analogue speedometer and a small digital readout below it. Surprisingly, it doesn’t have the Tripper turn-by-turn navigation system.
The Hunter is characterized by its upright riding position and a short upswept exhaust. The bike has a telescopic fork suspension at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear. It has disc brakes at both ends and rides on alloy wheels.
The Hunter could be powered by the 349cc, single-cylinder engine from the Meteor 350. This motor produces 20.2 BHP and 27 Nm.
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