2010 Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic AVL

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2010 Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic AVL
2010 Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic AVL



– 2010 Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic AVL

2010 Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic AVL

The style that started it all is still in high demand. The Classic’s authentic vintage styling and striking, one-color appearance truly sets it apart from other motorcycles on the market.

Hand-painted pin stripes, a 5-speed transmission, 7” double leading shoe front brake and dual seat further distinguish this model, but leaves plenty of room for enhancement with any of our thousands of aftermarket parts, like those shown on the Classic to the right.


 


Features and Benefits:

– New aluminum alloy Lean-Burn engine
– Striking, one-color appearance with hand-painted pinstripes
– Five-speed transmission
– Hand-polished aluminum castings and hand-lined gas tank
– Pagani turn signals, Avon Speedmaster Mk. II tires
– Improved for higher speeds, better handling
– Now more environmentally friendly with lower emissions and increased fuel economy


 

2010 Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic AVL – North American Specifications
MSRP: $5,349

Engine Four Stroke, OHV
Bore & Stroke 8.4 cm x 9.0 cm
Cubic Capacity 499 cc
Compression Ratio 8.5 to 1
Engine Output/Torque 23 BHP @ 5500 RPM
Electrical 12 volts
Ignition Electronic
Lubrication Dry Sump
Gear-Type
Clutch Multi-plate, Oil-immersed
Transmission 5 Speed, Constant Mesh
Gear Shift Lever-Operated
1 Down & 4 Up
Suspension – Front Telescopic Hydraulic
Suspension – Rear Twin Shock Absorbers
Brakes- Front Twin Lead – Drum 7”
Brakes- Rear Drum 6”
Pedal-operated (right side)
Tires – Front 3.25 x 19
Tires – Rear 3.50 x 19
Tank Capacity 3.8 gallons
Reserve 0.33 gallons
Fuel Consumption 75 mpg
Dimension – L x W x B 82.25 x 27.25 x 41.5 in
Wheel Base 53.5 inches
Ground Clearance 5.5 inches
Seat Height 30 inches
Maximum Speed 75 mph
Dry Weight 370 lbs



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