The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is a vastly enhanced version of itself; the riding is more comfortable, the engine is smoother and more polished, and the overall build quality is higher. It is priced from Rs 1,69,241 for the single-channel ABS version and from Rs 1,77,511 for the dual-channel variant. Chestnut Red, Ash, Mercury Silver, Pure Black, and Redditch Red are the four colors available in the single-channel ABS version. All of the models with single-channel ABS. Classic Black, Pure Black, Mercury Silver, Chrome Black, Gunmetal Grey (with alloy/spoke wheels), Sandstorm Sand, Airborne Blue, Stealth Black, Orange Ember, and Metallo Silver are the eleven colors available for the dual-channel ABS Classic 350.
The motorcycle has a 346-cc engine. This bike engine produces 19.8 PS at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm at 4000rpm. This motorcycle has a stated mileage of 41kmpl. Front and rear disc brakes are standard on the Royal Enfield Classic 350. It has a curb weight of 195 kg. Tubeless tires and alloy wheels are standard on the bike. The Engine specifications lays that Fuel injection refines the 346cc long-stroke engine, but stand-still vibrations have been retained for emotional value. As a result of the revised fuelling, power delivery is more linear, giving it a slightly stronger mid-range. The features of this bike include an analogue speedometer, battery indicator, and odometer are located on the instrument panel. Antilock brakes, a trip meter, and alloy wheels are all essential components that are absent. Fuel gauge, traditional toolbox, antique tail lamps, single-seat with springs, short silencer, and electronic start are some of the other characteristics of the commuter bike. It has excellent performance, for it to keep the bike balanced, it has telescopic front forks and dual gas-charged shock absorbers at the back. The ride quality is excellent, as it is with all Royal Enfields, and the substantial weight makes it easy to manage. Front brakes are 280mm discs with two-piston calipers, while rear brakes are single lead internal expanding drum brakes. There is room for improvement in the whole braking motion because it is sloppy. While the geometry of the Classic's chassis has remained mostly the same, Royal Enfield has been able to dramatically improve the ride quality by adjusting the frequencies on the front forks. Light bumps are considerably better absorbed, and it feels a little more planted in corners, but just slightly. The plushness of the ride is enhanced by the smoother ride and regulated vibrations, all of which contribute to the feeling of being on a much-improved bike. Even the brakes, which now have a dual-channel ABS, have improved bites, resulting in shorter stopping distances. With the new competition in mind, the Classic 350 is unquestionably a step in the right direction, but it's still a few steps off of where it needs to be.
•Comfortable riding posture
•Lots of vibrations
What is the mileage if Royal Enfield Classic 350?
The mileage of Royal Enfield Classic 350 is 35 kmpl.
Is Royal Enfield Classic 350 good for touring?
Yes, It is perfect for long tours.
Is Royal Enfield Classic 350 good for beginners?
No, it would not be a good idea for beginners to start with this bike.
Does all colors for the Classic 350 model go along?
Yes they do. These colors go along so well for the retro-look of Royal Enfield Classic 350.
|Single Channel ABS - BS VI||₹ 1,72,466||ABS|
|Standard - BS VI||₹ 1,77,511||ABS|
|Gun Metal Grey - BS VI (Spoke)||₹ 1,79,446||ABS|
|Sandstone and Airborne - BS VI||₹ 1,88,077||ABS|
|Classic 350 Gun Metal Grey - BS VI (Alloy))||₹ 1,91,593||ABS|
|Orange Ember & Metallo Silver||₹ 1,93,410||ABS|
|Chrome and Stealth - BS VI||₹ 1,94,928||ABS|