In pics: Royal Enfield launches Meteor 350 retro cruiser 9 Photos . Updated: 06 Nov 2020, 04:49 PM IST HT Auto Desk Meteor 350 is the first bike from Royal Enfield to feature Tripper Navigation feature.It rivals the likes of Honda H'Ness CB 350 and Benelli Imperiale 400. 1/9Meteor 350 gets a very RE typical circular front headlamp with halogen lighting which is wrapped around an LED DRL. There is also a small RE logo that resides inside the lamp. 2/9Meteor 350 packs a very familiar, simple and traditional design lines. In fact, it looks so close to its predecessor that it can be mistaken for a Thunderbird at times. 3/9Royal Enfield has developed a new instrument console for the Meteor. The main console is placed on the left which comprises an analogue speedometer and comes with a small inbuilt digital display. 4/9At the core of the Meteor sits a 349 cc single-cylinder engine which delivers around 20.2 bhp of power and 27 Nm of peak torque. 5/9Royal Enfield developed a new 349 cc unit boasting a SOHC two-valve head replacing the older pushrod-valve system. 6/9While the traditional 350 cc range from RE feels raw, the new unit is completely in a league of its own with its buttery smooth power delivery and refinement levels which set a new benchmark. 7/9The Meteor 350 features a Twin Downtube Spine Frame. 8/9The Meteor 350 sports a mix of the riding styles of Classic and Thunderbird bikes which lend it a neutral and comfortable riding position. 9/9Meteor 350 is leaps ahead in terms of ride and handling. It feels surprisingly light and nimble for a 191 kg bike, especially on the roll.