Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes out with a new look to end the game of Jawa 42

In India, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 is still the market leader. All the motorbike manufacturers are concerned about its striking style and aggressive appearance. With that, Royal Enfield has reintroduced the Classic 350 with a fresh appearance to the Indian market. This offers a timeless appearance and excellent elegance. You will also fall in love with the Royal Enfield Classic 350 after seeing it in person.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Design

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 has more modern styling than the 2021 model, including a rounded headlight, a rounded rearview mirror, a curved fuel tank, a split saddle, and a side-slung exhaust. which amplifies its natural attractiveness. Following the update, it now has a semi-digital instrument cluster and an analog speedometer with a USB connector for charging.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes out with a new look to end the game of Jawa 42

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Price

The Classic 350 was introduced in 15 colors and 6 variations. A 349 cc BS6 engine powers it. The on-road cost of the Classic 350 is Rs 2,20,136. Additionally, the on-road cost of its most expensive form is Rs 2,54,631. The 13-liter fuel tank of the Classic 350 holds 195 kg of total weight. The Classic 350’s mpg has also boosted since this update. A mileage of up to 35 liters per kilometer is now possible.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Features

You will find an analog speedometer and a semi-digital instrument cluster in the Classic 350’s feature list. where features like the fuel gauge, turn indicator, stand alert, speedometer, tachometer, trip meter, and clock are provided. In addition, a USB connector has been included for charging mobile devices.

Feature                Details
Design Round headlight, round mirrors, curvy fuel tank, split-style saddle, side-slung exhaust
Instrument Cluster         Analog speedometer, semi-digital cluster with tachometer, trip meter, clock, fuel gauge, stand alert, turn indicators
Charging             USB Port for mobile charging
Engine  349cc air/oil-cooled engine, 20.2 bhp power at 6,100 RPM, 27Nm torque at 4,000 RPM, 5-speed gearbox
Suspension        Front: 41mm telescopic forks, Rear: Pre-load adjustable twin shock absorbers, Dual-cradle frame
Brakes (Disc Variant)    Front and Rear: Single disc brakes, Dual-channel ABS
Brakes (Drum Variant)  Front: Disc brake, Rear: Drum brake, Single-channel ABS
Mileage               Up to 35 km/liter
Fuel Tank Capacity          13 liters
Weight195 kilograms
Variants              6 variants available
Price (On-road)Starting from ₹2,20,136 for base variant, up to ₹2,54,631 for top variant

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Engine

The 349 cc air/oil-cooled engine in the Royal Enfield Classic 350 powers you up. It was created using the J platform of the business. Peak torque of 27 nm at 4,000 rpm and power of 20.2 bhp at 6,100 rpm are produced by this engine. It has a five-speed gearbox attached to it.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Suspension

The revised Royal Enfield Classic 350‘s suspension consists of preload-adjustable twin shock absorbers at the back and 41 mm telescopic forks. that uses the innovative dual cradle frame as its foundation. It has a single disc brake installed on both wheels to carry out its braking duties.

However, the Redditch version has drum brakes up front and disc brakes at the back. You can use single channel ABS with its drum brake variation. Additionally, the dual disk version features dual channel ABS. In addition, it has traction control and anti-lock braking systems as safety measures.

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