Royal Enfield has finally launched the BS-6 compliant new generation Classic 350. The bike now gets fuel injection, new features and alloy wheels as well.
After spying it a lot of times and keeping buyers curious, Royal Enfield now brings the new generation Classic 350 which is BS-6 compliant. The updated cruiser looks the same but gets a lot of upgrades and is now more modern than its previous generation.
The prices of Classic 350 now start at Rs 1.65 Lakhs going up to Rs 1.83 Lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi). Royal Enfield dealerships have unofficially commenced the bookings for BS-6 Royal Enfield Classic 350. The booking amount has been set for Rs 10,000 as of now.
Currently, its prices start at Rs 1.53 Lakhs up to Rs 1.66 Lakhs. The BS-6 version demands a hike of nearly Rs 14,000, which is a significant jump. Further, there are two new colours also added, which are priced towards the higher end of the range.
The new Classic 350 now gets Stealth Black and Chrome colour options. As RE has decided to discontinue the Classic 500, its colour options have now been transferred to Classic 350. The remaining colour options of Classic 350 including the Signals Edition have been continued.
Biggest upgrade that the BS-6 Classic 350 gets is a heavily revised 346cc air-cooled engine. It will get Fuel Injection as standard, which will slightly increase the fuel efficiency. The BS-6 upgrade is also expected to increase its power figures.
Mechanical upgrades include revised frame and interchange in the position of the sprocket and the rear disc brakes setup. The new generation Royal Enfield motorcycles are believed to offer better handling and might be lighter too.
The new Classic, Thunderbird and Bullet will get the same upgrades. Other changes could include a new speedometer with MID, alloy wheels as standard on Stealth Black and Gun Metal Grey colours, new tail lamp and headlamp design and the new Royal Enfield insignia.