Is the Royal Enfield Classic 350 an affordable and classy retro-styled motorcycle? (Price, Specifications, Features, and Overall)

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the company's most recent offering from its J platform. The Classic 350 has the potential to be a driving force that is both transformative and protective in our long-term report. Particularly beloved for its timeless retro styling and easygoing stance, this model is the best-selling Royal Enfield motorcycle.

With the same iconic Royal Enfield headlight, taillight and indicators all of which lack LEDs as well as the original fork covers, the overall retro feel of the classic 350 has been remarkably preserved. The new instrument cluster, which includes a large analogue speedometer along with a small digital display that houses two tripmeters, a clock, and most crucially, a fuel gauge, sets the new-generation Classic 350 apart from the previous model even with all these design similarities.

Additionally, certain models of the new Classic 350 come with the optional tripper navigation pod. The module is identical to that of previous Royal Enfield motorcycles, such as the Meteor 350 and Hunter 350.

Engine and Gearbox
A 349cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine, identical in size to the Meteor 350 but tuned differently, powers the Classic 350. It complies with BS6.2 regulations. Strong 20.2 PS of power and 27 Nm of torque are produced by this engine. Its distinctive fuel mapping is designed to fit its laid-back personality. With a kerb weight of 195kg, the Classic 350 has an impressive 13-liter fuel tank. With a 41mm telescopic front fork and twin preload-adjustable rear shock absorbers, it is equipped with a twin-downtube frame.

When compared to the previous Classic, the performance has significantly improved. When observing its swift manners, this becomes very clear. The new Classic reaches 100 kmph more easily and maintains it for extended periods of time, whereas the old Classic had trouble reaching this mark. The rider would first notice how smooth the ride is in comparison to the previous engine when discussing how it feels. While the new model may not have the same "thump" as the older cast iron engine, it more than makes up for it with a beautiful bass note that sounds incredibly seductive at low to medium speeds.

When it comes to features, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 has two tripmeters and a semi-digital instrument cluster that shows important data like speed, fuel level, odometer readings, and time. Notably, turn-by-turn navigation is available on the bike with Royal Enfield's patented Tripper Navigation system, which is available as an optional accessory. The switchgear, which has rotary switches and a useful USB charging port, is modelled after the Meteor 350. 

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is available in six different variants: the top variant, the Classic 350 Chrome Series with Dual-Channel, the Redditch Series with Single-Channel, Halcyon Series with Single-Channel, Signals Series with Dual-Channel, and Dark Series with Dual-Channel.

  • Classy retro style. 
  • Outstanding J-series engine that runs smoothly. 
  • Neutral handler. 
  • Relaxed position when riding. 
  • Features appear outdated.
  • Braking could be improved.

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is priced between Rs. 1.93 lakh to Rs. 2.24 lakh. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is available in six different variants: the top variant, the Classic 350 Chrome Series With Dual-Channel, costs Rs. 2.24 Lakh.

The new Classic 350 will not let you down if you're a fan of retro motorbikes and Royal Enfield. Royal Enfield has been able to modernise all the right elements of the Classic without sacrificing what it has stood for. We anticipate a whole new group of riders joining the Royal Enfield family with the Classic 350 thanks to the recent enhancements and changes that have made the bike more user-friendly.

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