Royal Enfield Classic 350- Authentic Post-War Detailing

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The century-old British motorcycle manufacturer Royal Enfield (re-established as Enfield India in 1955, in India) is revered for its sturdy and bulky motorcycles that can go anywhere and give you the best riding experiences.

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is one of their all-time favourite models which they keep upgrading but always make sure to maintain that glimpse of the iconic past of their motorcycles. Let’s have a look at the specifications and decide whether it lives up to the reputation.


Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been constructed in such a manner that it displays the perfect amalgamation of modern technology with the iconic historical design of the bike. Royal Enfield have maintained tradition and decorated the bike with their trademark vintage graphic logo on the fuel tank. The authentic post-war detailing that has been done comprises of a die-cast headlight casing and an old-school design built around the bulky engine that supports you at all times. Even the colours they are offering will have you lost in a nostalgia.


This beast of a motorcycle boasts a humongous 346 cc, twin spark, air cooled, single cylinder engine which produces a maximum torque of 28 Nm @ 4000 rpm and has a power output of 19.8 bhp @ 5250 rpm. The 5-speed constant mesh transmission system has a wet multi-plate clutch and a transistorised coil ignition system. It has a constant vacuum carburettor fuel supply and thus offers both kick start and electric start options. With 90% fuel and oil, the bike weighs a hefty 192 kg and is supported by a 90/90-19 inches tubed tyre in the front and a 110/90-18 inches tubed tyre in the rear. This refined motor clubbed together with the best riding dynamics makes Royal Enfield Classic 350 one of the best motorbikes for long distance rides.


The features of his timeless machine are known to all, but here are some of them:

  • Fuel Capacity of 13.5 litre.
  • Equipped with an Electric as well as kick start system
  • Classic 12 V DC Yellow Halogen head lamp
  • 280 mm 2-piston Caliper disc brakes at front
  • 153 mm single lead internal expanding drum brake at rear
  • Fuel efficiency of 37 kmpl


Handling on the classic 350 is extremely comfortable, smooth and pleasant. Despite being considerably heavy, it can trudge through all terrains and be your true riding companion.

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is available in 4 different variants- Classic 350, Classic 350 Signals, Classic 350 Redditch and Classic 350 Gunmetal Grey. The Classic 350 comes in multiple colours namely Lagoon, Classic Chestnut, Ash, Silver, and Classic Black.


Royal Enfield Classic 350 price starts from Rs. 1, 45,000 (on-road price) and goes up to Rs. 1, 91,000/- for the top model.

The latest edition of Royal Enfield Classic 350 lives up to the reputation of its predecessors and is expected to continue the excellent run for Royal Enfield in India.

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