The vintage look of Bullet is the biggest USP of this bike. Give it a look and this bike takes you back in time. It looks like a bike of 60?s which has a strong road presence thanks to its heavy structure and metal. It has a typical circular headlight with twin pilot lamps on both sides. This bike lacks cowl, visor and features black colored circular rear view mirrors on its handlebar. Its full size orange colored side indicators are placed on its beefy front forks. These forks are partly chromed and complement the styling of its steel rims. Royal Enfiel Bullet 350 has a heavily chromed instrument console which adds premium touch to this bike. The completely analogue instrument console lacks a tachometer and features speedometer and odometer in a circular dial which is surrounded by a chrome ring. Its fuel gauge is also placed just below its speedometer with other noticeable indicators. The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 features retro dials with an analogue speedometer, ammeter, and a key slot on the console. There is no option for self-start or disc brakes. The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 bike has a lockable tool kit and apart from this, there is no storage space in this bike. Bullet has a pass button and powerful headlight for your safety which offers you bright vision at night. Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has 19 inches spoke wheels and it?s only offered in one variant and black color. The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 bike is far away from modernity as it has no option of electric start, digital instrument console and disc brake. We agree it has a powerful and refined engine but that doesn?t prove its worthiness. Only few people who are true fan of Bullet may find it a complete value for money bike. Yes, you can fall for the vintage look of this bike but we certainly feel either Royal Enfield should lower its price or stuff this bike with few features. The Bullet 350 twinspark has no competition and is pretty much the lone warrior in its class.