Due to the low sale numbers Royal Enfield has decided to discontinue its line of Bullet Trials 350 and 500 in India. The bike was launched in March 2019 and it did not do well in the number of sales. Also, the transition to BS6 is about to start from April 2020 and the entire fleet of Royal Enfield is getting upgraded to meet the strict norms, the Trials 350 and 500 did not receive an upgrade owing to its low sale count.

The bike shares its tank, suspension, side panels and the engine with its Bullet siblings. It was introduced as bikes that honoured the heritage of Royal Enfield Trials bikes of the 40s and 50s. 

It was powered by a 346cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine mated to a 5-speed gearbox that made a power of 20PS and 28Nm of torque. The 350 Trials was priced at Rs 1.62 lakh and the 500 Trials were for Rs 2.07 lakhs.

The bike had chopped fenders, upswept exhaust and large dual-purpose wheels. It came with disc brakes for both wheels with ABS, a 280mm disc upfront and a 240mm disc at the rear along with telescopic suspension at the front and twin shock absorber for the rear.

 

Trial 500 specifications:

Emission Type:

BS4

Engine Displacement.:

499 cc

Mileage:

40 Kmpl

Power:

27.5 PS @ 5250 rpm

Gear Box:

5 Speed

Fuel Type:

Petrol

ABS:

Dual Channel

2.07 lakhs Ex-showroom



Trial 350 specifications:

 

Engine:

346 cc

Emission Type:

BS4

Fuel Type:

petrol

Battery Type:

MF

Power:

20 PS @ 5250 rpm

Mileage:

40 Kmpl

Gears:

5 Speed

ABS:

Dual Channel

1.62 lakhs Ex-showroom


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