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2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 : All you need to know

2020 Royal Enfield Classic 350 spotted testing - Autocar India

The New-Gen Classic 350 is expected to launch this year with significant changes over the present RE Classic 350, test mules of the Motorcycle has been spotted at numerous occasions with being slightly camouflaged hinting that the launch is not too far.

The Classic 350 is the best-selling Motorcycle of Royal Enfield. At the moment, the company is working on the next-generation of Classic 350 and the test mules have been spotted numerous times with being camouflaged leaving us desperate to know what it will be like. Below we have listed the things which have been confirmed for the upcoming Motorcycle.

1. Design and Styling

Going through numerous spyshots which have been surfaced over the internet, The Next-Gen Classic 350 continues to carry the same shape and design ques as the current Classic 350 with marginal yet effective changes.

New-Gen Royal Enfield Classic 350 Spied With LED Taillights, Turn Indicators

The Seat springs will be eliminated and the tail-lights as well as turn blinkers will be completely revised, will borrow the tail-light from the Meteor 350. However, with different positioning.

2. Features

The new classic-350 won’t be poorly-equipped like the present one. Many riders demanded atleast standard features if not latest features for paying almost 2 lakh rupees. However, this generation of C350 would be equipped with latest of tech offering.

New Royal Enfield Classic 350's Instrument Cluster Leaked on Video, Gets Digital Screen and Readouts

Semi-Digital Instrument Cluster, digital Dials for tripmeter, odometer and fuel gauge, etc. The Motorcycle will feature all new switchgear and Triper Navigation similar to the Meteor 350. Telescopic front forks and dual rear shockers are to be carried forwarded to the next gen-C350 as well along with disc brakes at both the wheels.

3. Mechanics

The Next-Gen C350 will use the same engine used in the Meteor 350 i.e 349cc, SOHC, single-cylinder engine producing 20.4 PS of power and 27 NM of torque mated to a 5-speed transmission.

4. Launch

The RE C350 was supposed to be launched last year, but the plan was being delayed due to the pandemic. However, The new-generation Classic 350 is now expected to hit Indian Market in the mid-2021, and will go up against the likes Jawa forty two, Honda CB350 H’ness, and Benelli Imperiale 400 once launched.

5. Pricing

Presently, the price of Royal Enfield Classic 350 happens to be Rs. 1.72 lakh to Rs. 1.98 lakh. The price of the next-generation model is expected to be slightly higher due to more tech offering. Atlas, We can expect a starting price of around Rs. 1.85 lakh (ex-showroom, Pan India).