After Hunter 350, Royal Enfield is going to bring their best selling model Classic 350 with E20 fuel powered engine. It will be able to run on 80% petrol with 20% ethanol. The company has already started delivering the updated motorcycle to various dealerships in the country.
Despite the engine update, there is no change in the output. As before, the Classic’s 349 cc, single cylinder, air-cooled engine produces 20.2 bhp of power at 6,100 rpm and 27 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. Meanwhile, every variant of Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been increased in price. Below is the new price list.
Redditch: Rs 1,93,080 (previously Rs 1,90,092)
Halcyon Single-Channel ABS: Rs 1,95,191 (previously Rs 1,92,889)
Halcyon Dual-Channel ABS: Rs 2,02,094 (previously Rs 1,98,971)
Signals: Rs 2,13,852 (previously Rs 2,10,285)
Dark: Rs 2,20,991 (previously Rs 2,17,589)
Chrome: Rs 2,24,755 (previously Rs 2,21,297
Rs.) (Each price as per ex-showroom price).
Incidentally, the new version of the Classic 350 was launched in September 2021. It is the second model after the Meteor 350 to be based on the company’s new ‘J’ platform. So it gets many components from Meteor 350. The Classic 350’s feature list includes Tripper turn-by-turn navigation system, new headlamps with pilot lamps, improved instrument cluster, which includes fuel gauge and LCD information panel.
Besides, the Classic 350 bike has a USB charger, newly designed taillight, updated exhaust pipe, 13 liter fuel tank, and updated seat for comfortable riding. The motorcycle can be optioned with single and dual channel ABS. Suspension features 41 mm telescopic front forks and 6-adjustable twin tube emulsion shock absorbers.