What do we know about the upcoming Royal Enfield Classic 350?

 What do we know about the upcoming Royal Enfield Classic 350?

Royal Enfield is working on its next-generation motorcycles. And the upcoming Classic 350 is among the top on the list.

The several spy images and videos spotted the next-generation 350 indicates the mechanical and feature upgrades over the existing model.

We have illustrated the styling, features, design, engine, and more on the next generation Royal Enfield Classic 350.


Spy photos and videos have confirmed the next-generation Classic 350 will retain the overall outline of the existing model. 

It gets a round headlight, fork cover, curved fuel tank, and separate seats. 

The rear fender, taillights, and display still occupy space in the rear fender. 

Although it should retain most of the existing colour options for the new model, the colour palette is undergoing an overhaul. 


The upcoming Classic 350 will also have an updated switch device with rotary switches. 

And a semi-digital instrument panel with a small LCD screen and Tripper navigation system in the current model. 

Picture, it is easy to integrate into the cockpit. The new model also redesigned the seat interior, which will further improve comfort. 


The next-generation Classic 350 will arrive with a new air/oil-cooled single-cylinder engine with a displacement of 349 cc. 27 Nm. 

The engine gets a five-speed gearbox. If you compare it with the current model, the drive chain of the next-generation Classic 350 is located on the left side of the motorcycle. 


The hardware of the upcoming model will be similar to the previous model. The next-generation Classic 350 will use telescopic forks and double-sided rear springs to perform damping tasks. 

Anti-lock brake system. However, on next-generation models, the window is located on the right side of the motorcycle. 

Like the previous version, the next-generation Classic 350 should have two-wheel options: alloy elements and metal spokes. 

Launch and Price

Although we have seen the next-generation Royal Enfield Classic, as yet, there are no release details. 

In the second half of 2021, our market will receive a price of Royal Enfield Classic 350. 

The list price of the new model should be higher than the Rs 1.67 lakh price tag of the upcoming version (ex-Delhi showroom).


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