Royal Enfield Classic Signals 350 is the company’s Safest 350cc bike in India

Royal Enfield Classic Signals 350 has been launched in India at Rs 1.61 Lakhs (ex-showroom Chennai). The Signal 350 is the safest Royal Enfield bike till now, as it gets dual channel ABS. It comes in two colours, as the bike has been dedicated to the army forces.

The new Royal Enfield Classic Signals 350 has been launched in India. The special edition bike comes in two colours – Airborne Blue and Storm Rider Sand. The bike and the colours are a tribute to the Indian Air Force and Indian Army, who have been associated with Royal Enfield for the past 65 years, since 1952. The bike has been priced at Rs 1.61 Lakhs and it comes with a dual-channel ABS. The rear disc brake variant is priced around Rs 15,000 lesser than the ABS variant, at Rs 1.51 Lakhs (all prices ex-showroom Chennai). It is the first Royal Enfield bike to get a dual-channel ABS. With the colours, there will be a collection of gear and over 40 motorcycle accessories that include panniers and steel engine guards too.

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Launching the Classic Signals 350 motorcycles, Rudratej (Rudy) Singh – President Royal Enfield said “‘Made Like a Gun’, is a motto that we’ve earned at Royal Enfield, as we have had a history of making motorcycles that are resilient, reliable and versatile. We have been associated with Indian Armed Forces since in the early 1950’s and continue to be the largest supplier of motorcycles to the armed forces till date. Inspired by this association we are happy to launch the Classic Signals 350 Airborne Blue and Stormrider Sand; two motorcycles that represent our pride of partnering with the men and women who guard our skies and our land.”

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The Royal Enfield Classic Signals 350 comes in two new colours based on the units of Indian Armed Forces. The Signal 350 comes with a distinctive stencilled number on the tank, representing the production number. Each motorcycle comes with a unique number, making it exclusive and one of its kind in India. It comes in a standard single seat, tan seats, blacked out silencer, engine, and wheels.

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The Royal Enfield Classic Signals 350 continues to run on the 348cc twin-spark engine. It produces 20 BHP @ 5250 RPM of max. power and 28 NM @ 4000 RPM of max. torque. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The biggest highlight is that it gets a dual-channel ABS. The dual-channel ABS helps prevents wheel locking under sudden application of brakes providing riders with better braking efficiency.

The mileage estimated on the Royal Enfield Classic Signals 350 is around 30 KMPL in the city and 34 KMPL on the highway. It comes with a fuel capacity of 13.5 Litres, which gives a riding range of around 500 kms. The top-speed recorded on this bike is around 130 km/hr.

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Features onboard the Royal Enfield Classic Signals 350 are the same. They include Electric Start, Front and Rear Disc Brake, Single-Seat, Engine Kill Switch, Spoke Wheels, Lockable Storage, DC Electricals, Pass Beam Switch, Halogen Headlamp, Maintenance Free Battery and Always on headlamps.