Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X And 500X Launch Live Updates: Images, Specifications, Features.
Catch all the live updates from the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X and 500X launch here.
Royal Enfield will be launching the much talked about Thunderbird 350X and 500X motorcycles in India later today. The new Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X and 500X variants were spied in the past and the bikes get modern upgrades to the styling, while retaining its old-school engines. Leaked images have shown alloy wheels with tubeless tyres, new handlebar and seats. The headlamp gets an LED DRL while the LED taillight has been retained. The bikes also get disc brakes at either end, but ABS continues to be given a miss.
The Royal Enfield Thunderbird X range will continue using the same engine and gearbox as the standard motorcycles currently on sale. The Thunderbird 350X will be using the 346 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine tuned for 19 bhp and 28 Nm of peak torque, while the Thunderbird 500X will use draw power from a 499 cc motor that churns out 27 bhp and peak torque of 41.3 Nm. Both versions come paired to a 5-speed gearbox.
Royal Enfield will be launching the Thunderbird X versions in sometime and we will be at the launch bringing you all the details.
Catch all the live updates from the Royal Enfield Thunderbird X launch here:
The Thunderbird 500X will be available in orange and blue.
The Thunderbird 350X will be available in white and red.
9-spoke alloy wheels
Gunslinger single seat
Accessories include new backrest and fly screen made specifically for the bike.
The Royal Enfield Thunderbird X gets a blacked out theme and is the first bike from the company to ride on tubeless tyres.
The Royal Enfield Thunderbird was launched in 2000 and 18 years later too, it remains a strong seller in the company’s line-up.
The Royal Enfield Thunderbird X will be available across of the manufacturer’s 321 dealerships pan India from today itself.
Royal Enfield has replaced the split seats from the standard Thunderbird with this new ‘Gunslinger’ single-seater. It certainly looks a lot better and should be inclined towards better comfort too.
The Royal Enfield Thunderbird X is offered in four colour options.
This one is called Drifter Blue
The headlight cluster remains the same on the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X, but is now finished in matte black.
Here’s a look at the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X. What do you think about it?
Brochure of the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X and 500X were leaked out online recently revealing a a host of details on the special motorcycles.
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