Royal Enfield Classic 350 dual-channel ABS gets two new colour options, Metallo Silver and Orange Ember
Indian two-wheeler major Royal Enfield has introduced two new colour options on their popular offering, the Classic 350. The new shades Metallo Silver and Orange Ember have been priced at Rs 2.14 lakh, on-road Mumbai, making it Rs 15,328 more premium over the standard Classic Black. Also, the new options are available only on the dual-channel ABS version of the Classic 350. Both these colour choices should be available across all RE dealerships in the country.
In terms of mechanicals, the 346cc single-cylinder unit produces 19.1PS of power at 5,250rpm and generates a torque of 28Nm at 4,000rpm, mated with a 5-speed gearbox. The motorcycle is underpinned by a single downtube frame with 35mm forks and 130mm travel in the front whereas the rear gets a twin gas-charged shock absorbers that are 5-step adjustable and have 80mm travel. With the two new colour options, the Classic 350 dual-channel ABS is now available in a total of eight colour choices, namely the Stealth Black, Chrome Black, Gunmetal Grey, Classic Black Stormrider Sand and Airborne Blue.
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the very motorcycle that started the entry-level modern classic genre in India, which now has the presence of the Benelli Imperiale 400 along with two new players. One is from RE's own stable, the all-new Meteor 350, a replacement to the Thunderbird series and the second is the Honda Highness CB 350, a roadster that marked the debut of Honda in this segment. We have already compared all these four motorcycles in our Honda CB 350 vs Royal Enfield Classic 350 vs Benelli Imperiale 400 vs RE Meteor 350. Here's a link to the detailed comparison feature.
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