Royal Enfield 2021 New Classic 350 comes with J-series engine with all-new chassis; Check Design, Features, Price, Images, Variant details here

Sep 03, 2021, 07:11 PM IST

The all-new Classic adds a new chapter to Royal Enfield’s legacy of building authentic post-war era British motorcycles that are loved by enthusiasts around the world. The legacy of the Classic dates back to 1948 with the groundbreaking Royal Enfield Model G2, the first to have swinging arm rear suspension on a full production motorcycle. As dependable as it was beautiful, the Model G2 served as a strong design inspiration for the hugely popular Classic 500 and Classic 350 launched in 2008. It’s simple and elegant design philosophy with signature styling details, combined with a commanding, comfortable riding stance, and dependable UCE engine made it a favourite amongst leisure motorcycling enthusiasts.   

The signature post-war British motorcycle styling, with visual harmony accentuated by flowing lines from front to the tail, continues to make the Classic 350 a visual treat. The motorcycle bears the distinct teardrop-shaped tank, and the classic Royal Enfield casquette that houses a new headlamp along with the signature ‘tiger lamps’ - pilot lights - an enduring feature on Royal Enfield motorcycles since 1954.  

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Engine

Engine

Powered by the modern, globally appreciated 349cc air-oil cooled single cylinder engine, launched recently on the Meteor, the all-new Classic 350 brings in a new level of comfort, smoothness and refinement in ride experience. With the 349cc, fuel-injected, air/oil cooled engine, the Classic generates a power of 20.2 bhp at 6100 rpm and a torque of 27Nm at 4000rpm, resulting in a strong low-end grunt and super smooth linear power delivery across the band, making the ride enjoyable and effortless.  

 

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Design

Design

The all-new chassis is built for superior comfort and maneuverability. Designed to be stiffer, the chassis encourages more confidence at higher cornering speeds, and feels planted and stable on straight roads. The front and rear suspension has been extensively developed for more comfortable saddle time. With better ride ergonomics and more confident braking, the Classic feels agile and responsive and promises to heighten the ride experience each time.   

 

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Features

Features

The new Classic has new, wider seats with soft-foam cushion padding. With brand new handlebars, the riding position has been subtly tweaked to further improve comfort whilst maintaining that familiar Classic feeling. Bringing in the modern touch is the new digi-analog instrument cluster that houses an LCD info panel. A USB charging point will be mounted below the handlebar for the convenience of quick charging on the go. The turn-by-turn Tripper navigation pod is available as a Make It Yours accessory - MiY - on the Chrome variant. MiY is a truly unique Royal Enfield tool that encourages self-expression, allows riders to personalize and customise their motorcycles.  

 

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Price

Price

The new Classic 350 will be available at a starting price of Rs 184,374 for the Redditch series, Rs 193,123 for the Halcyon series, Rs 204,367 for the Classic Signals, Rs 211,465 for the Dark Series, and Rs 215,118 for the Classic Chrome.   

 

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Variant

Variant

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is available in 5 new, exciting variants with 11 colourways, beginning with the Redditch series, the Halcyon series, the Classic Signals, the Dark series and the Classic Chrome. All variants are equipped with dual channel ABS and dual disc brakes, except the Redditch variant that has single-channel ABS and disc brakes on the front.