Royal Enfield: Classic 350 introduced in new looks and with advanced features
Royal Enfield: Classic 350 introduced in new looks and with advanced features

Royal Enfield: Classic 350 introduced in new looks and with advanced features

Royal Enfield on Wednesday said that it has introduced an all-new variant of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorcycle in the country with prices starting at Rs 1.84 lakh ex-showroom in Chennai. The company, which is considered a part of Eicher Motors, said that in 12 years and after more than 3 million motorcycles, the Classic has built its own legacy, and the new Classic 350 is all set to carry on this legacy.

The company said that the new Classic 350, designed and developed by designers and engineers from Royal Enfield’s two technology centers in India and the UK, has been specially focused to make the new Classic 350 an immersive bike to experience.

Royal Enfield Executive Director B Govindarajan Royal Enfield said, “With a focus on the mid-weight motorcycle segment… we are confident that the new Classic 350 will drive our growth and drive our ambitions.” Ex-showroom, Chennai).

A Classic Backstory

Through historical references, stories and anecdotes shared by our key collaborators, we would like to take you on a wistful trip down memory lane to live the legacy of the Timeless Classic – from its inception, captured in a monochromatic photograph of the G2 Model, to the journey it took to becoming the most loved motorcycle across the globe.

Timeless Classic

The All-New Classic 350 continues to embody the traditions and craftsmanship of the past as it is reborn. Inspired by the post war G2 model, first born in 1950’s, the all new Classic 350 continues to be a testament to the timeless design which took the motorcycling world with an awe back in the heydays of British motorcycling. The Classic teardrop fuel tank, the distinctive thump and the hallmark casquette headlamp – all harmonise as one, rejoicing in the masterpiece that is the timeless Royal Enfield Classic.


Type – Single cylinder, 4 stroke, Air-Oil cooled
Displacement – 349cc
Bore x Stroke – 72 mm x 85.8 mm
Compression Ratio – 9.5 : 1
Maximum Torque – 27Nm @ 4000 rpm
Maximum Power – 20.2 BHP @ 6100 rpm (14.87 kW)
Ignition System – Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
Clutch – Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox – 5 Speed constant mesh
Lubrication – Wet sump, forced lubrication
Engine Oil – SAE 15 W 50 API, SL grade, JASo MA 2 Semi Synthetic
Air Cleaner – Paper element
Engine – Start Electric


Type – Twin Downtube Spine Frame
Front Suspension – Telescopic, 41 mm forks, 130 mm travel
Rear Suspension – Twin tube emulsion shock absorbers with 6-step adjustable preload


Front Tyre – 100/90 – 19 – 57P (Spoke / Alloy)
Rear Tyre – 120/80 – 18 – 62P (Spoke / Alloy)
Front Brake – 300 mm disc, twin piston floating caliper
Rear Brake – 270 mm disc, single piston floating caliper/ 153 mm drum ABS Single & Dual Channel


Electrical System – 12V – DC
Battery – 12V, 8 Ah, VRLA (Maintenance Free)
Head Lamp – 12V, H 4 – 60/55w (Halogen)
Tail Lamp – 12V, P21/5W
Turn Signal Lamp – 12V, 10W
Wheelbase – 1390 mm
Ground Clearance – 170 mm
Length – 2145 mm
Width – 785 mm (Without Mirrors)
Height – 1090 mm (Without Mirrors)
Seat Height – 805 mm
Kerb Weight – 195 kg
Fuel Capacity – 13 l

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