Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 Review

The name “Royal Enfield” makes us remind of famous motorcycles like the Royal Enfield Classic, Electra, Himalayan and so on which has ruled the motorcycle markets. Following the same trend of manufacturing famous bikes, dated back to the year 2000, Royal Enfield launched a motorbike named Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 with its elder brother Thunderbird 500. However, in the year 2012, the company changed the bike in some areas as per the need of the time.

The new Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 has been refurbished with new body design. The old traditional analogue meter console has been replaced with new digital meter console. The old exhaust has also been replaced with a new one. The new Thunderbird has also been featured with double seat, and the thing to notice in the new Thunderbird 350 is rear disc brake which was lacked in the old version. Also, the new gen has been featured with projector headlamp and LED taillight.

Moreover, the Thunderbird 350 possesses height of 1080 mm and is 2120 mm long. Also, the bike is 790 mm wide having the weight of 192 kg. The front wheel is, further, 1350 mm far from the rear wheel and the chassis maintains the gap of 135 mm with the ground. Further, the company has equipped the bike 4 stroke, air cooled, 346 cc engine which is capable of producing maximum power of 20 bhp and maximum torque of 28 Nm.

Furthermore, in Nepal, Thunderbird gets imported under the vendorship of Dugar Automobiles Private Limited.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 5,77,000


 Body Type



 192 kg


 2120 mm


 1080 mm
 790 mm


 1350 mm

 Ground Clearance

 135 mm




 15.5 liters

 Engine Type

 4 Stroke, Air cooled

 Maximum Power

 20 bhp

 Maximum Torque

 28 Nm


 346 cc

 Box X Stroke

 70 x 90 mm

 Starting System


 Final Drive




 Front Suspension

 Telescopic, hydraulic damping, stroke 130mm

 Rear Suspension

 Swing arm with gas shock absorbers, stroke 80mm

 Front Tyre

 90/90-19, 52P MRF Zapper FMinches

Rear Tyre

 120/80-18, 62P MRF Zapper Cinches



 Front Brake


 Rear Brake






 No. of Gears





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