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Royal Enfield has launched its most accessible motorcycle in the Indian market – the Hunter 350. Considering its pricing, the new RE bike has a range of rivals, including the TVS Ronin, which is also a relatively new product in the market. How do the two bikes fare against each other?

Here is a detailed specification comparison between the new Royal Enfield Hunter 350 and the TVS Ronin to help you find the answer to that, take a look –


Bike Royal Enfield Hunter 350 TVS Ronin
Length 2055 mm 2040 mm
Width 800 mm 805 mm
Height 1055 mm 1170 mm
Wheelbase 1370 mm 1357 mm
Seat height 800 mm 795 mm
Kerb weight 181 kg 160 kg
Ground clearance 150 mm 181 mm

The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is the lightest motorcycle in the company’s portfolio, however, the TVS Ronin is still 21 kg lighter than the RE bike. The TVS motorcycle also has a 31 mm extra ground clearance, while the Hunter 350 is 15 mm longer and has a 13 mm longer wheelbase.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 vs TVS Ronin: Price and specification comparison


Bike Royal Enfield Hunter 350 TVS Ronin
Engine 349 cc air-oil cooled single-cylinder SOHC 225.9 cc oil-cooled single-cylinder SOHC
Power 20.4 hp 20.1 hp
Torque 27 Nm 19.93 Nm
Transmission 5-speed 5-speed with assist & slipper clutch

The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 benefits from its larger capacity 349 cc single-cylinder engine that puts out 20.4 hp of max power and 27 Nm of peak torque. While TVS Ronin’s 225.9 cc motor produces similar power, the torque is down at 19.93 Nm. Both the motorcycles get a 5-speed transmission, while the Ronin also gets an assist & slipper clutch.


Royal Enfield Hunter 350
Price* TVS Ronin
Retro INR 1.50 lakh SS INR 1.49 lakh
Metro INR 1.64 lakh DS INR 1.57 lakh
Metro Rebel INR 1.69 lakh TD INR 1.69 lakh

*All prices, ex-showroom New Delhi

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 vs TVS Ronin: Price and specification comparison

Pricing for both the motorcycles is quite similar, with the Hunter 350 being priced from INR 1,49,900, while the TVS Ronin starts from INR 1,49,000. Both the bikes are available in three variants, with the range-topping version of both the Ronin and Hunter 350 costing INR 1.69 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi).


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