Harley-Davidson X350 vs Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Specification comparison
Harley-Davidson has launched its most affordable and smallest motorcycle in its line-up in the global market. It is called the X350 and is based on QJ Motor SRK 350 as the motorcycle is co-developed with Qianjiang Motorcycle. One of the major rivals of Harley-Davidson is Royal Enfield whose most affordable motorcycle, the Hunter 350 has been doing very well in the Indian market. Here, is a comparison between the most affordable motorcycles from both brands.
Harley-Davidson X350 vs Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Looks
The Hunter 350 has proven to be a good-looking motorcycle. It is a small roadster that still has retro elements. However, being the most affordable motorcycle in the line-up, it comes with a halogen headlamp. But Royal Enfield has managed to offer the motorcycle in several attractive colour schemes. Harley-Davidson has managed to make the X350 look like a small Harley. It gets a squared-off fuel tank which is mostly seen on Harley-Davidson's motorcycles. The same is true for the badging as well. The motorcycle is inspired by American flat trackers.
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Harley-Davidson X350 vs Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Features
In terms of features, the Hunter 350 gets a USB charger, hazard lights and a Tripper navigation system. The Harley Davidson X350 is equipped with a digital instrument cluster and LED lighting.
Harley-Davidson X350 vs Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Specifications
The Hunter 350 uses the same engine as the Classic 350 and the Meteor 350. However, it is in an entirely different state of tune. It produces 20 bhp and 27 Nm. It is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. On the other hand, the X350 gets a liquid-cooled, parallel twin engine that produces 35 bhp and 31 Nm. It is mated to a 6-speed transmission.