New Age Royal Enfield Classic 350 Ready For Launch

Royal Enfield is operating on various unique motorcyclesfor the Indian market. The company is experimenting with new 350cc motorbikes, including the new Classic 350 and a new Hunter 350. Continuing to it, RE is also operating on increasing its 650cc motorcycle range by launching 2 new cruisers in the subsequent 12 months.

The new age Royal Enfield Classic 350 is all set to thrust in our market, as the bike has been spotted at a dealership. The video exposes all the design changes and essential features of the latest Classic 350. The new generation RE Classic 350 will be based on the brand’s contemporary architecture, which underpins the Meteor 350. Named the “J” modular architecture, the new platform will be used to develop a new class of RE 350cc motorbikes.

The twin downtube spine structure is claimed to have raised the overall ride quality and characteristics of the Meteor 350, which compensates the famous Thunderbird nameplate. The company has attached a balancer shaft to diminish the vibrations, which will enhance the overall riding experience.

The new age Royal Enfield Classic 350 will be powered by a 349cc fuel-injected motor capable of delivering a maximum power output of 20.2bhp at 6,100rpm and a peak torque of 27Nm at 4,000rpm. Along with a 5-speed gearbox. 

The new age Royal Enfield Classic 350 will feature a 300mm front disc with the twin-piston floating caliper and a 270mm rear disc with the single-piston floating caliper. A dual-channel ABS will come as a standard. It will ride on 19-inch front wheels and 18-inch rear wheels shod with 90/90 and 110/90 section tires at the front and rear, respectively. The suspension mechanism will comprise telescopic front forks and twin gas-charged shock absorbers at the back.

The video verifies that the new age Royal Enfield Classic 350 will retain the original classic appearance. The motorcycle highlights the retro-styled round headlamp, new handlebar grips, switchgear, repositioned grab rails, new turn indicators, and sleeker circular LED tail lamps. The ergonomics and seating pleasure will also be improved. The motorcycle gets a new digital-analog instrument console and RE Tripper Navigation System. RE and Google jointly develop the Tripper navigation system. It works by pairing the smartphone via Bluetooth and the Royal Enfield application.