The Meteor 350 represents the next wave of Royal Enfield singles and we're digging it.
The Meteor 350 is Royal Enfield's first crack at the US cruiser market.
It uses a clean-sheet, 349-cc, single-cylinder engine and a five-speed gearbox.
The engine makes a surprisingly tractable 20 horsepower.
The Meteor features a single disc brake up front with a Bybre caliper.
It also sports basic, non-adjustable suspension.
What it lacks in bling, it makes up for by being pleasant to ride and cheap to own.
The bike also features a unique Tripper turn-by-turn navigation display.
Royal Enfield is asking just $4,399 for the Meteor to start.
It plans on having the bikes in dealers in May.
What's unclear is whether the bike will find a home with the big engine-obsessed US cruiser buyer.
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