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5 Best-Selling Royal Enfield Motorcycles In March

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Classic 350The mainstay of the company for many decades in the running, the RE Classic 350 sold 24,446 units in March, down from 27,461 units sold in February. The Classic 350 was recently updated with a more refined single-cylinder, 349cc, air-cooled engine which makes 20.2PS of power and 27Nm of torque.

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Hunter 350The Hunter 350 has been a success so far for the company, thanks to its urban design and lightweight. The roadster registered 12,925 units last month, up from 10,824 units sold in February.

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Bullet 350RE’s most affordable offering on the market alongside the Hunter, the Bullet has been due for an upgrade for a while now. However, that still hasn’t deterred customers from buying 8,232 units of the standard Bullet in March, slightly down compared to 8,595 units sold in February. It continues to be powered by the older-gen single-cylinder, 346cc motor which makes 19.1PS and 28Nm of torque.  

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Meteor 350RE’s segway into the laid-back cruiser segment has been successful so far, with the Meteor 350 shipping 6,698 units last month. This was up from the 6,211 units the company sold in February. The Meteor 350 packs the same J-platform engine as the new Classic, but carries a slightly different state of tune.

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Bullet 350 ESClosing in behind the Bullet was its electric start variant, which registered an impressive 5,109 units in March alone. An impressive uptick from 3,374 units sold in February of this year.

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