Royal Enfield Classic 350 is a cruiser bike available at a starting price of Rs. 1,84,374 in India. It is available in 5 variants and 11 colours with top variant price starting from Rs. 2,15,118. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is powered by 349cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 20.2 bhp and a torque of 27 Nm. With both front and rear disc brakes, Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes up with anti-locking braking system. This Classic 350 bike weighs 195 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 13 liters.
The 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been launched in the Indian market with several styling and mechanical upgrades over its predecessor.
The 2021 model looks similar to the old motorcycle and it continues to pack styling features such as a round headlight, a round shape for the rear-view mirrors, a curvy fuel tank, a split-style saddle, and a side-slung exhaust. The list of changes includes the addition of a semi-digital instrument cluster and a USB charging port. The updated cluster includes an analogue speedometer along with an LCD screen that shows an odometer, trip meters, clock, and fuel gauge. The updated switchgear includes Meteor 350-style rotary buttons. The 2021 model also gets the Royal Enfield Tripper navigation system although that is currently available on the Chrome variants only.
The retro-style motorcycle is now available in five variants (Redditch, Halcyon, Classic Signals, Dark, and Classic Chrome) and 11 colour options – 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.
The mechanical specifications include a 349cc, air/oil-cooled engine that is based on the company’s J-platform. Linked to a five-speed gearbox, the engine is tuned to deliver 20.2bhp of power and 27Nm of peak torque.
The updated hardware on the 2021 model includes a new dual cradle frame. The suspension tasks are handled by 41mm telescopic forks at the front and preload-adjustable twin shock absorbers at the back. The braking duties are performed by single discs on both wheels. The Redditch variants, however, come with a front disc/rear drum setup. The dual disc models use dual-channel ABS while the Redditch range uses a single-channel ABS.