Royal Enfield has launched the 2021 version of the Classic 350 motorcycle in India. The 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 will come in 11 colour options while there will be five variants with prices starting at Rs. 1.84 Lakh for the Redditch series, Rs. 1.93 Lakh for the Halcyon series, Rs. 2.04 Lakh for the Classic Signals, Rs. 2.12 Lakh for the Dark Series, and Rs. 2.15 Lakh for the Classic Chrome (all ex-showroom, Chennai prices).
The Classic 350 is one of the most important and most sold model from the Chennai based iconic motorcycle brand known for its Bullet motorcycle model. The 2021 version of the motorcycle retains the distinct teardrop shaped tank, and the classic Royal Enfield headlight dome that houses a new design headlamp along with the signature tiger pilot lamps.
2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 models
Redditch: Rs 1,84,374
Halcyon: Rs 1,93,123
Signals: Rs 2,04,367
Dark: Rs 2,11,465
Chrome: Rs 2,15,118
The 2021 Classic gets a host of changes on to it which include – soft-foam cushion padding, brand new handlebars, new digi-analog instrument cluster that houses an LCD info panel, USB charging point mounted below the handlebar for the convenience of quick charging, turn-by-turn Tripper navigation pod (optional).
The 2021 Classic 350 sits on a new twin downtube spine frame that Royal Enfield calls as the ‘J platform’ which again is shared with the Meteor 350. The outgoing Classic 350 uses single downtube frame that utilizes the engine as stressed member. As per Royal Enfield the new platform improves ride dynamics and helps lower vibrations. The 2021 Classic 350 comes with 300mm disc at the front and 270mm disc at the rear. You also can choose single or dual channel ABS. Front and rear tyres have also been made fatter now. You can choose between spoked wheels or alloys wheels and also between single and dual seat options.
Powering the 2021 Classic 350 is 349cc air-oil cooled single cylinder engine that made its first appearance recently on the Meteor. This new age Royal Enfield 349cc, fuel-injected, air/oil cooled engine generates a power of 20.2 bhp at 6100 rpm and a torque of 27Nm at 4000rpm. Key hallmark of this new engine is the primary balancer shaft that cuts down the vibrations which should make the New Classic ride smooth and composed. Doing the Transmission duties is the smooth shifting 5-speed box on the Reborn Classic 350. As compared to the outgoing Classic 350cc engine this new engine generates around 1.1 bhp more power while the torque is now lower by 1 Nm.