The country’s leading performance bike manufacturer Royal Enfield has today launched the next generation model of its best selling bike Classic 350 in the market. The company has prepared this next generation model on the new ‘J’ platform. From the chassis frame to the features and design, there have been many major changes, which make it better than the previous model.
The company has launched the new Classic 350 at an initial price of Rs 1.84 lakh. The price also varies according to different variants and colors. This bike comes with Single Channel Anti Lock Braking System (ABS) and Dual ABS. The single-channel ABS variant, which is the most affordable, is offered in Redditch Green and Redditch Grey.
The price of the Helicon range has been fixed at Rs 1.93 lakh, in which the option of Helicon Green, Black and Gray is available. At the same time, Sandstorm and Marsh Gray colors are available in Classic 350 Signal series, their price is 2.04 lakh rupees. While the Dark Stealth Black and Dark Gunmetal Gray Sport come with alloy wheels priced at Rs 2.11 lakh, Chrome Red and Chrome Bronze are priced at Rs 2.15 lakh.
All variants and prices of the new Classic 350:
Both the front and rear tires of this bike have now become wider. At the same time, the brake disc has also been enlarged, 300 mm at the front and 270 mm at the rear. The current model gets a disc size of 280mm/240mm respectively. Apart from this, you can choose between single and dual-channel anti lock braking system (ABS).
In this, the company is using a new fuel injected engine of 349cc capacity, which generates 20.2bhp power and 27Nm torque. This engine comes with a 5 speed gearbox. This is the same engine that you got to see in the Meteor 350. The handlebar remains the same but ergonomics has been improved with modifications to the grips, switch cubes, info switch and oval master cylinder.
The company has included some special features in the new Classic 350. It gets updated fuel tank graphics, redesigned exhaust (silencer) and new tail lights. Apart from this, the USB charger socket is placed on the lower left side of the handlebar, near the clutch. The 13-litre fuel tank is ideal for long drives.