Next generation model of Royal Enfield Classic 350 will be launched soon, know everything Now
New Delhi: India’s famous bike maker Royal Enfield is known all over the world for its bikes. Recently, the company has launched some models of its bikes in Australia and New Zealand. After a long wait, the company is going to launch the next generation model of its famous bike Classic 350. According to media reports, the company may launch the bike on August 31. Unauthorized booking of this bike has also been started at some dealership stores in India.
Classic 350 Next Generation Design – The company has given the next generation of the Classic 350 a traditional design, although the company has introduced it with some modifications. The company has given the new model Classic 350 a round shape rear view mirror, tear drop shape funnel tank, luxurious fender, chrome bezel, retro style circular headlamps and chrome-plated exhaust (silencer). New fenders have been spotted in its fender, as well as C-shaped graphics in its side panels and fuel tank.
Classic 350 Next Generation Features – Royal Enfield has built this bike on the “J” modular architecture platform, Royal Enfield’s Meteor 350 is also built on the same platform. According to the information, a balancer shaft has been included in the bike to improve the driving experience and reduce vibration in the bike.
Classic 350 Next Generation Engine – Royal Enfield has used the next generation Classic 350 in a new 349cc full fill injected engine that produces 27Nm of torque and 20.2bhp of power. This bike’s engine comes with a 5 speed gearbox. The bike comes with 19-inch front wheels and 18-inch rear wheels with spoke rims, while the top model has tireless blaze alloy wheels.
The company has introduced this bike with both single and double seat options. The bike features an ergonomic shape handlebar, a mid-set footpag and a semi-digital instrument console. The bike also has a special tripper navigation system. According to reports, the price of Royal Enfield’s next generation Classic 350 is expected to be slightly higher than the current model.