Royal Enfield has launched the all-new Classic 350 in the Indian market. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the brand’s bread and butter and has been a long-serving member of the family. The brand has sold more than 3 Million Royal Enfield Classics with sales in 75 countries across the globe. But with changing times, Royal Enfield has also made sure that the Classic brand remains updated. However, the brand has made sure that the Classic 350 stays true to its roots but contemporary in terms of equipment and features.
2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 – Variants and Price
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 will come with 5 variants – Redditch, Halcyon, Signals, Dark and Chrome. The motorcycle starts with a price tag of INR 1,84,374 ex-showroom for the Redditch model. The Halcyon range starts with a price tag of INR 1,93,123 ex-showroom. The Signals range dedicated to Royal Enfield’s affiliation to the Defence Forces comes with a special stencil numbered colourway starting at INR 2,04,367 ex-showroom. The Dark variant is targeted toward the younger audience and comes with alloy wheels and also tubeless tyres as standard. The bike also gets a matte paint finish and starts at the price of INR 2,11,465 ex-showroom. The range-topping Chrome model comes with a dual-tone chrome colourway and a hand-stripped paint accent. The Chrome model starts at INR 2,15,118 ex-showroom.
2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 – Design Highlights
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes with a similar timeless silhouette that has mesmerized riders from a broad age bracket. The brand retains the rounded shape of the headlight and also the signature headlamp hood. The new motorcycle comes with a new fuel tank with 13-litres of capacity. The Classic 350 also retains the hallmark nacelle that houses the headlamp cluster, the twin marker lamps and the instruments cluster. The motorcycle comes with split seats, full fenders and a rounded taillamp. But the side boxes now come with a sleeker and refined finish.
2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 – Engine Specifications
Powering the new Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the new J-series engine that made its debut on the RE Meteor 350. The new engine replaces the push-rod valve distribution system with an Over-Head-Cam & Chain-Time-Gear system. The brand also incorporated the new cylinder head with oil channels to improve the thermodynamic efficiency. The engine is a 349cc single-cylinder motor with air/oil-cooling and an electronic fuel injection system. The engine produces 20.2 Bhp of power and 27 Nm of torque paired to a 5-speed gearbox.