Royal Enfield Bullet Electra Twinspark : Get Set for an ‘Electrifying’ Experience!

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Royal Enfield Bullet Electra Twinspark is reliable, agile and classy. Packed with a wide range of modern features, the Royal Enfield Bullet Electra Twinspark delivers a great ride and is a joy to handle.

The Look:

First introduced in the mid-90’s, Royal Enfield has incorporated contemporary features like CDI, gars charged shocks and the newer generation Twinspark UCE (Unit Construction Engine) featuring two spark plugs instead of one for enhanced combustion. In terms of looks the latest Electra follows in the footsteps of the traditional Bullet, but has added its unmistakably distinctive style. With the Electra winged logo displayed prominently on the fuel tank, the classic Electra look sets it apart from the rest, bringing the old charm back.

The Console:

The instrument console is no different from its other versions and is fully analogue with twin circular dials of different sizes framed in chrome.

The Performance:

Powered by a 346 cc twinspark engine with a Bore X Stroke ratio of 70mm X 90 mm and a compression ratio of 8.5:1, the engine achieves a power output of 19.8 BHP at 5250 rpm and 28nm torque at 4,000 rpm. The location of the shifter of the 5-speed gearbox is now towards the left, rather than the right, as in the previous versions of Electras. The engine’s power is controlled by a 5-Speed Constant Mesh transmission with wet multiplate clutch. The bike is carburetted rather than fuel-injected and breathes in via a 29 mm CV (constant vacuum) carburettor. Very impressive and power loaded. It has potential to satisfy your all power ride needs.

The Ride:

On the road the Electra 350 successfully powers its way the long cherished Royal Enfield way. Its grace and style is hard, nay impossible, to match by its rivals. It also upholds the Royal Enfield legacy of solid handling and manoeuvrability, despite its 187 kg weight. Although, it still makes do with conventional front and rear drum brakes, it handles well both on road and rough stretches helped by 3.25 x 19-inch tyres, both in the front and back. The 1370 mm wheelbase ensures stability and easy handling. However, on higher rpm range the engine does begin to vibrate. This is a bike best ridden without revving it up much. It also lacks smooth gear change.

The Consumption:

Electra 350 provides a mileage of 37 kmpl in city conditions that improves significantly on highways. The fuel tank with a capacity of 13.5 litres gives the bike a range of around 430-450 km.

The Comfort and Safety:

Designed for maximum comfort, the rider can sit comfortably for hours on its wide and well-padded seat with coil springs. The front set foot pegs are so placed as to allow the feet to relax, while the rubber pads on fuel tank offer a firm thigh grip.

The Colours:

Six different colours: Black, Sliver, Maroon and Blue.

Royal Enfield Bullet Electra Twinspark

The Cost:

The electric start bike is priced at Rs. 1,28,509.

The Verdict:

If you want to enjoy the Royal Enfield charm and don’t care too much about mileage, this is the bike for you. The new features make it more reliable than its previous versions. It is a great bike with some of great power and performance. It comes one of the trusted bike brand of India. It has everything which a biker ever dreams of. All you need to do is follow your heart and throng the messy Indian roads with this royal retreat. You will never regret your decision. Go for this. It is simply the best and only best. No flaws.

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