The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has a 346cc, single-cylinder engine that produces 19.3PS at 5250 rpm and 28Nm at 4000 rpm. The motor is coupled with a 5-speed gearbox.
A robust TVS 312 cc, 4 strokes, single cylinder, reverse inclined technology engine propels the Apache RTR 310. The maximum torque for the engine is 27.3 Nm at 7700 rpm; the maximum power is 33.5 BHP at 9700 rpm. The motorcycle’s engine is mated with a 6-speed gearbox.
The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has the fewest features possible—the speed and odometer are the only readings that an analogue instrument cluster shows. The motorcycle incorporates single-channel ABS as standard.
The Apache RTR 310 uses a steel trellis bike frame, a split-chassis overall design, and a forged aluminium die-cast swingarm. The RTR 310’s features go well beyond handling and performance, including SmartXonnect Bluetooth networking with mobile phones through the TVS app, an innovative speedometer with LED lighting, and much more.
The price of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is between Rs 1,45,000 to Rs 1,65,000, whereas the price of the Apache RTR 310 is Rs 2,60,000.
The 346cc, single-cylinder engine of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 generates 19.3PS at 5250 rpm and 28Nm at 4000 rpm. With the motor comes a 5-speed gearbox. A typical single downtube frame with a telescoping front fork and dual rear shock absorbers houses the engine in suspension. Despite having higher displacement, power, and torque than the Dominar’s 373.3cc motor, the latter is faster in the claimed 0-100 km/hr race by more than a second.
The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is equipped with a minimal of features. An analogue instrument cluster solely displays the speed and odometer readings. Standard equipment for the motorbike is a single-channel ABS.
On the Dominar’s console, you can see the speedometer, tachometer, clock, dual trip metres, shift light, side stand indication, and ABS light. The Dominar control panel is horizontally layered.
The Dominar 400 costs Rs. 1.9 and 2.1 lakhs, and the Royal Enfield costs between Rs. 145,000 and 1,65,000.
A standard single downtube frame supports the engine with a telescopic front fork and twin rear shock absorbers. The Royal Enfield Bullet 350’s 346cc, single-cylinder engine produces 19.3PS at 5250 rpm and 28Nm at 4000 rpm. A 5-speed gearbox accompanies the powerplant.
A 373 cc engine powers the KTM RC 390, which generates the power of 43.5 PS and torque of 37 Nm.
The painted wheels and orange trellis frame of the RC 390 give it an appearance equal to that of the Royal Enfield Bullet 350. The RC 390 has what looks to be a fanciful appearance, in contrast to the Bullet 350, which is far from quirky.
The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is equipped with a minimum number of features. An analogue instrument cluster solely displays the speed and odometer readings. Standard equipment for the motorbike is a single-channel ABS.
The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is only just beaten by the KTM RC 390 in terms of features, performance, and appearance. Inverted front forks, mono shocks at the back, dual projector headlights (the Bullet has LEDs), LED DRLs, a fully digital instrument display, LED taillights, and turn indicators are all standard on both motorcycles.
The KTM RC 390 costs around Rs. 2.1 lakhs, and the Royal Enfield costs between Rs. 145,000 and 1,65,000.