The new-generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been spotted several times during testing. The new bike will get many major changes compared to the current model. Here we are telling you 5 big things about the new Classic 350.
Royal Enfield launched the BS6-compliant Classic 350 bike earlier this year. The company is also preparing to bring a new-generation model of its popular motorcycle. The new-generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 will be launched later this year or early next year. The new Classic 350 has been spotted several times during testing. The new bike will get many major changes compared to the current model. Here we are telling you 5 big things about the new Classic 350.
The biggest change in the next-generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 will be in its platform. The new-generation bike will be based on the new platform. The company has not yet given official details about this new architecture. The current model of the Classic 350 is based on the UCE (unit construction engine) platform.
The design of the new Classic 350 will see many major changes, including a redesigned fuel tank, updated taillamps and a new exhaust setup. The new motorcycle will come with a wind deflector and new design alloy wheels. New Grab Rails and Airfilter Boxes will further enhance the fresh look of the bike. The new Classic 350 will feature rear disc brakes on the right side instead of the left side. The company will also offer a number of new accessories including saddlebags, pillion backrests and crash guards along with the new-generation model.
The new Royal Enfield Classic 350 will get a semi-digital instrument cluster with an analog speedometer. All information related to the bike will appear on the digital screen.
The new Classic 350 is expected to get the BS6 implant engine with the current model. This 346cc engine generates 19.1bhp power at 5250 rpm and 28Nm torque at 4000 rpm. The engine is equipped with a 5-speed gearbox.
Royal Enfield has recently launched BS6 Classic 350. Its starting ex-showroom price is Rs 1.65 lakh. Due to the major changes in the design and incorporating upgrade features, the price of the new-generation Classic 350 is expected to be Rs 10-15 thousand more than the current model.