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ROYAL ENFIELD BULLET Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 13
First production year: 1995
 

2015 - Present

The Bullet 500 EFI is the culmination of over 8 decades of legacy, of the longest running model in continuous production. Since 1932 the Bullet has mesmerized thousands all over the world with its unique styling and one of its kind feel of ride feel. The Bullet 500 EFI is a seamless pairing of the majestic Bullet styling, performance and reliability with the new technology elements like the Electronic Fuel Injection synergized seamlessly with the period styling.

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2012 - Present

Powered by the lighter and more efficient new 500cc fuel injected unit construction engine, the Clubman produces 28 hp and meets tough Euro 3 emissions requirements for a cleaner ride. With a dedicated 4.5 liter tank, Clubman immediately looks stylistically very different to the Electra model on which it is based, and this is enhanced by adding the needlestick handle to the footrests and a seat unit from handmade glass fiber.

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2010 - Present

The 2010 Bullet 500 it is a Classic bike manufactured by Royal Enfield. The Classic’s authentic vintage styling and striking, one-color appearance truly sets it apart from other motorcycles on the market.

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2010 - Present

The 2010 Electra EFI looks and sounds like a classic British single, but with a significant performance boost, excellent fuel economy and significantly reduced exhaust emissions. Based on the popular and well proven Electra, now with the all new unit construction fuel-injected engine, this is classic motorcycling with a modern twist.

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2010 - 2013

Powered by the latest 500cc fuel injected engine that was introduced in 2009, the Battle Green Classic has smaller 18” wheels (compared to the previous 19” size) shod with Avon Road Rider tyres. This package delivers enhanced performance and handling with reduced emissions and maintenance compared to the machines originally supplied to the armed forces.

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2009 - Present

The Classic 500, armed with a potent fuel injected 500cc engine and clothed in a disarmingly appealing post war styling, this promises to be the most coveted Royal Enfield in history. For those who want it all. The power, the fuel efficiency, the reliability and simple, yet drop dead gorgeous classic styling. The classic turns heads not because it wants to but because it can’t help it. You will appreciate the beat not just for the music it creates but also for the muted feeling of strength and power that it signifies.

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2009 - 2012

The smaller twin of the Classic 500, the Classic 350 will hold its own against any other motorcycle and then pull some more. The Classic 350 shares its powerplant with the legendary Thunderbird Twinspark. The torque to flatten mountains and the fuel efficiency to cross entire ranges comes in the same understated yet charming styling. This is a motorcycle that does not need to shout to be heard. Born of a rich heritage and bred with Royal Elegance this 350cc thumper has all the qualities of a typical Royal Enfield.

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2009 - 2012

At the heart of the 2009 Trials machine is Royal Enfield’s new fuel injected unit construction engine. This is lighter and more efficient than the original motor, which had a separate gearbox, boosting power to 27.5 HP in standard form while meeting tough Euro 3 emissions requirements. As a result the upswept sports silencer fitted to the Trials bike, which is shorter and lighter than the standard part, has been re-engineered to work in harmony with the engine management unit, allowing the engine to breathe more freely. It features a heat shield too.

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2009 - 2014

Experience one of the greatest traditions in motorcycling history in a whole new way. The Bullet G5 is a completely modern, fuel-injected, lowmaintenance motorcycle built in the image of the world-famous 1955 Bullet. The striking, hand-painted style of the G5 pops with vintage authenticity, but this is not your father’s Bullet. The all-new, fully integrated unit construction engine offers the latest in engine management technology for outstanding fuel economy, simplified maintenance, and higher cruising speeds.

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2009 - 2014

The top of the G5 line, which draws its styling inspiration from the 1955 Royal Enfield Bullet. The G5 Deluxe is distinguished by its chrome tank, fenders, plentiful chrome accents, rubber knee pads and period correct 19 inch spoked wheels front and rear. A large seat makes it appropriate for two-up riding.

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2002 - Present

It is the youngest "Bullet kid" and as its name might suggest, it was created in the '60's. The 65 was a little bit renewed in recent years and then put back on the streets.

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2000 - 2002

This motorcycle is essentially a 1955 Royal Enfield Bullet with some modest updates: 12 volt electrics, some modern electrical components, and the engine is available as a 350 or an optional 500 CC version.

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1995 - Present

After half a century, a new version of the Classic was created, being equipped with an electric starter. The design remained the same, except for the modern headlight, the alternator, indicators and coil ignition.

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