Royal Enfield reveals new paint options for the Meteor 350

New colours have been revealed for the 2023 Royal Enfield Meteor 350, with updates for both the Fireball and Supernova variants.

2023 Royal Enfield Meteor 350 in Fireball Matt Green.

Royal Enfield has introduced a few new colours for the 2023 Meteor 350, with the Fireball and Supernova versions seeing the visual updates.

The technical changes for 2023 from Royal Enfield will be seemingly none for the Meteor 350. Instead, the affordable cruiser will make use of new colours to refresh for 2023. 

There are of course three different options for the Meteor 350: Fireball, Stellar, and Supernova, from least to most expensive. 

The Fireball variant receives two new colours for 2023, with “Fireball Blue” and “Fireball Matt Green” being added to the selection. 

For the Stellar version, there is nothing new, but at the top-level Supernova edition we find the new “Supernova Red”.

The differences between Fireball, Stellar and Supernova refer exclusively to the trim. The Fireball is the base option, the Stellar receives a backrest, and with the Supernova you get a front screen.

The base Fireball option will set you back £3,879, the Stellar £3,959, and the Supernova £4,039. 

Enfield is not the only manufacturer to offer simply colour updates for 2023 to one of their existing models. Yamaha is bringing only new paint to the 2023 R3 and R7 sports bikes; and Kawasaki is bringing almost no updates to its ZX-10R, Ninja 400, Z400, and a whole host of other motorcycles that we wrote about recently.

In some ways just a colour update is a disappointment, but at the same time, Enfield launched the 411 Scram earlier this year and are getting closer to fully revealing the much-anticipated 450 Himalayan. On Yamaha’s side, they have redesigned their YZ450F for 2023, and there are rumours of a new R1, possibly with a seamless gearbox.

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