2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 launched in India, prices starts at Rs 1.84 lakh

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorcycle is powered by a 349 cc single-cylinder fuel-injected OHC engine that produces 20.2 horsepower and 27 Nm of torque.

New generation Royal Enfield Classic 350
 

After almost a year of testing, India's leading two-wheeler manufacturer Royal-Enfield has launched its much-awaited new-generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 in India, which is now available in five variants with Redditch Series, Halcyon Series, Signal Series, Dark Series, and Chrome Series to the customers. In fact, the Classic 350 is the best-selling bike of the brand in India and the company has extensively updated its offering to make it even more special.

New generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 Redditch Series

The starting price of the new Classic 350 has been fixed at Rs 1.84 lakh for the Redditch variant, while the Halcyon Series variant is priced at Rs 1,93,123, the Signal variant is priced at Rs 2,04,367, the Dark variant is priced at Rs 2,11,465 and the Chrome variant is priced at Rs 2,51,118 (all prices, ex-showroom, Chennai). This new motorcycle has been introduced in a total of 11 color options.

New generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 Halcyon Series

While the company has retained the familiar retro design of the new generation Classic 350, it has also been given a new engine, new platform, and some new features. For buyers, this bike is available in both double and single-seating variants as before. The round halogen headlamps with rounded-shaped turn indicators, teardrop-shaped fuel tank, and thick fenders are all carried over to the new bike.

New generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 Dark Series

The rear end, on the other hand, has been slightly revised, with the single-piece grab rail relocated up and a more counted pillion seat. The fuel tank has also been upgraded with new graphics and the updated semi-digital instrument console gets a separate LCD pod for Tripper navigation. It also has a new digital display that shows important data such as the fuel bar graph reading, trip meter, and odometer.

New generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 Signal Series

Royal Enfield is also offering some new color options to the new Classic and it comes with spoke and alloy wheel variants. Chrome Red and Bronze, Dark Stealth Black and Gunmetal Grey, Signals Marsh Grey and Sandstorm, Halcyon Green, Black and Grey, and Redditch Green and Grey are some of the color options for the bike. The company is also offering a new range of accessories along with catering to the diverse needs of the buyers.

In fact, the new Classic 350 is based on the new J platform of the Meteor 350 introduced last year and is equipped with 41 mm telescopic forks at the front and twin gas-charged shock absorbed for the rear suspension. For braking, there is a 300 mm disc brake at the front and a 270 disc brake at the rear, which is aided by dual-channel ABS (single-disc variant optional).

New generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 Chrome Series

In terms of power, the new Classic 350 is powered by a 349 cc single-cylinder fuel-injected OHC engine doing the duty on the Meteor 350, which develops 20.2 bhp of power and 27 Nm of torque. It is mated to an upgraded five-speed transmission with a counterbalance shaft for less vibration. In India, this bike competes with motorcycles like Benelli Imperiale 400, Jawa Perak, and Honda Highness CB 350. 


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