The Royal Enfield Classic 350 has topped the sales for the Chennai-based manufacturer once again in the recently concluded month. The company sold a total of 27,461 units of Classic 350 in our market in February 2023. Here we bring you all the details about this retro-style motorcycle from Royal Enfield.
What are the specifications and fuel economy of the Royal Enfield Classic 350?
The latest iteration of the Classic 350 uses the newly developed J-platform. The motorcycle is powered by a 349cc, air/oil-cooled engine that it shares with the Meteor 350 and the Hunter 350. Linked to a five-speed gearbox, this motor is tuned to deliver a maximum output of 20.2bhp at 6,100rpm and a peak torque of 27Nm at 4,000rpm. The Classic 350 returned a fuel economy of 32kmpl in Bikewale’s internal testing, which gives it a range of 416km on a full tank.
Are there multiple variants of the Royal Enfield Classic 350?
The Classic 350 is available in six options (Redditch single-channel ABS, Halcyonsingle-channel ABS, Halcyon dual-channel ABS, Classic Signals dual-channel ABS, Classic Dark dual-channel ABS, and Classic Chrome dual-channel ABS) and 11 colours – Redditch Sage Green, Redditch Grey, Halcyon Black, Halcyon Green, Halcyon Blue, Signals Marsh Grey, Signals Desert Sand, Gunmetal Grey, Dark Stealth Black, Chrome Red, and Chrome Brown.
What are the variant-wise prices of the Royal Enfield Classic 350?
The base model is available at Rs. 1.90 lakh while the most-expensive version is listed at Rs. 2.21 lakh. Check out the variant-wise pricing below:
Redditch single-channel ABS: Rs. 1.90 lakh
Halcyon single-channel ABS: Rs. 1.93 lakh
Halcyon dual-channel ABS: Rs. 1.99 lakh
Classic Signals dual-channel ABS: Rs. 2.10 lakh
Classic Dark dual-channel ABS: Rs. 2.17 lakh
Classic Chrome dual-channel ABS: Rs. 2.21 lakh
All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi
What features does the Royal Enfield Classic 350 use?
The feature list on this motorcycle comprises a halogen headlight, conventional blinkers, a semi-digital instrument cluster with the Tripper navigation system, and a USB charging port. The updated cockpit packs an analogue speedometer along with an LCD screen that shows data about the odometer, trip meters, clock, and fuel gauge. The switchgear has been revised as well, and the Classic 350 uses Meteor 350-style rotary buttons. Lastly, select variants benefit from a single-channel ABS while the rest of the versions get a dual-channel ABS.