Royal Enfield Bullet 500

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Launched in India in April 2013.

2013 Bullet 500 Carburettor Version
Hey Royal riders, the monster green is here. Of course, RE is at the best classy touch here. The Bullet 500 commemorates the tradition and the history of Royal Enfield. Being designed at minimalistic approach, the Bullet 500 never dissolves the classy even a single bit. Taking cues from its younger sibling, the Bullet Standard 350, the all new host of the RE store, the Bullet 500 is being an acquaintance. In order to cheer up the present generation riders, the machine is equipped with both electric and kick start. It is not yet time to shut down your eyes, because the 2013 bullet 500 has been arrived with tons of featured packed.

Thanks for its engineers, they have worked a lot to bring out a next generation bike here. Its headlight looks the same but a halogen bulb inside and a casing that now features twin pilot lamps known as Tiger Eye Lamps provide a better experience to any viewer. The front wheel has been mated with a 280 mm disc brake with 2 piston callipers that certifies the best in class braking even at the highest speed. Along with the 19 inch MRF Zapper tyres, the stability and the grip have jumped to maximum.

Unlike its predecessor, the new one has a touch touch electric starter at the right side of the handlebar. Well, its not the same older engine that pushes the motorcycle but the existing and well proven 499cc, Single Cylinder, 4 stroke, Twinspark, Air-cooled engine. The machine is even more fun as it is capable to fire out max power of 26.1 bhp @ 5100 rpm and max torque of 40.9 Nm @ 3800 rpm. Its engine is equipped with a 5 Speed Constant Mesh gear transmission.

As the Bullet 500 is meant also for the pillion rider, RE has provides an esthetically designed new Pillion Grab-rail with a cushion end, which is a new feature in RE motorcycles. The most special fact of the Bullet 500 is that it comes with a brand new colour Forest green.

2017 Bullet 500 Fuel Injection version
Royal Enfield has replaced their Carburettor governed fuel system with the advanced fuel injection technology. With that, power and torque of the motorcycle has been slightly increased. Moreover, this new model features BS-IV compliant engine as a part of the country's emission policy.

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Price Rs. 1,53,855 [Onroad, New Delhi]

The given price can change depending on the colour and other features like alloy wheels, disc brakes, accessories etc.

State, City Ex Showroom Price On Road Price
Delhi, New Delhi -- Rs. 1,53,855
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Special Features
-Fuel Injection
-BS-IV Engine
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Colours

Forest Green, Marshy Grey and Balck

Mileage Under Standard Test Conditions35 km per litre


Technical Specifications
TypeMotorcycle
Engine Displacement499.00 cc
Engine TypeSingle Cylinder, 4 stroke, Twinspark, Aircooled
Engine StartingElectric/Kick
Bore x Stroke84mm x 90mm
Engine LubricationWet Sump
ClutchWet, Multi Plate
Fuel SystemFuel Injection
IgnitionDigital Electronic Ignition
Cooling SystemAir Cooled
Maximum Power27.2 bhp @ 5250 rpm
Maximum Torque41.3 Nm @ 4000 rpm
Transmission5 Speed Constant Mesh
Gear Shift Pattern1-N-2-3-4-5
Top Speed130 kmph
Electricals
Battery12 volt, 14 Ah
Head Lamp12V, 60 W / 55 W, HALOGEN
Tail Lamp12V, P21/5W
Brakes
Front Brake280mm Disc, 2-Piston caliper
Rear Brake153mm Drum, Single Lead Internal Expanding
Chassis and Suspension
FrameSingle downtube, using engine as stressed member
Front SuspensionTelescopic, 130mm travel
Rear SuspensionTwin gas charged shock absorbers, 80mm travel
Tyres
Wheel Type
Front Tyre90/90 - 19
Rear Tyre120/80 - 18
Dimensions
Length x Width x Height2140 x 810 x 1110 mm
Wheelbase1370 mm
Weight193 kg
Ground Clearance135 mm
Petrol Tank Capacity13.5 litres
User Reviews of Bullet 500. Write Your Review
We want the old Cast Iron Bullet!!! Bring it back Royal Enfield.
By on 12-04-2013
The EFI engine has a drawback as such that when you want to accelerate for speed for longer intervals the petrol firing stalls the bike. The mechanic says(local)
it cant be cured. This is a problem
By on 02-05-2013
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