The country’s leading performance bike manufacturer Royal Enfield is going to launch a new avatar of its best selling bike Classic 350 in the domestic market. With an attractive look, strong style and many major changes, this bike will be launched for sale on 1st September. Unofficial booking of this luxurious bike has also been started at some dealerships in the country. For this, you can book the bike by paying an amount of Rs 10,000.
Now some new information has come to this bike, from which its features, color and engine details etc. are known. The company has not only decorated this bike with new graphics and looks, but its mechanism and technology have also been changed, which makes it even better than the current model.
Look and Design:
In the new Classic 350, the company has given new headlamps with pilot lamps, updated fuel tank graphics, new designed exhaust (silencer) and new tail light. Apart from this, more wide and comfortable seats have been given in this bike, which provides a comfortable ride to the driver as well as the pillion rider. Although the handlebar remains the same, the ergonomics has been improved with modifications to the grips, switch cubes, info switch and oval master cylinder.
Other special features include integrated ignition and steering lock, semi-digital instrument cluster with LCD info panel and USB charger. Apart from this, Bluetooth based tripper navigation has been given in the bike which comes with a dedicated TFT display device. In this you also get Google Navigation, which was first seen in the Mateor 350.
You will get these special color options:
The next-gen Classic 350 will be available with new color options. According to reports, there will be five variants of the new Classic 350. While the 4 lower variants will have two color options, the top-spec variant will have three dual-tone color options. Chrome has also been used in the top-spec model. A YouTube channel named Power on Wheels has also released a video of this bike, in which information about its options has been given.
This bike is based on the company’s new “J” modular architecture, on which the company’s recently introduced Meteor 350 has also been built. 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.
The new Royal Enfield Classic will be offered in both single and dual seat variants. Apart from this, this bike has spool and alloy wheels.
Comes with both options. The most important thing about this next generation model will be that, its vibration will be very less while driving. It is being told that a balancer shaft has been added to reduce the vibration in this bike, which makes the driving experience even better.
Chassis and Tires:
Both the front and rear tires of this bike have now become wider as compared to the current model. 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).
The company has also updated the chassis of the new Classic 350 to include a twin downtube spine frame which is the single downtube frame in the current model. The riding quality of the bike has become even better with the new engine and frame, which will transform your driving experience.