Recently, Royal Enfield has started the service of personalized customization of the Classic 350. Through this, the buyers can customize the motorcycle with a range of official accessories, components and decals at the time of purchase itself.
Through this service, Royal Enfield Classic 350 now comes with a single seat. Usually, single seats are used for touring, which is the forte of Royal Enfield. The seat gets a dual spring below it, for the comfort of the rider.
Other than this, you can also opt for different customizations like alloy wheels, engine guards, crash guards, luggage panniers, stickers for the fuel tank and much more. These all are from the factory of Royal Enfield and come with a two-year warranty.
However, this customization service is available only in the six metro cities through 141 dealerships present. Further, it can only be done on the recently launched and most-affordable Classic 350 S.
To boost up its sales, Royal Enfield launched more affordable versions of the Classic 350 and Bullet 350. The Classic 350 S and Bullet 350X lose out on the 3D ‘Royal Enfield’ insignia, chrome detailing and dual-channel ABS.
Both of them get the same 346cc air-cooled single-cylinder Twin-Spark ignition engine. The motor is tuned to produce 19 BHP and 28 Nm of peak torque. The suspension is handled by telescopic forks at the front and twin gas-charged mono shocks at the back. For braking, you get a front disc brake and rear drum brake, with single-channel ABS.
Royal Enfield is going to launch the new iterations of the Classic, Bullet and Thunderbird series, at the 2020 Auto Expo. All the bikes in these series will get a new frame, new engines, more features and significant styling changes.