tech2 news staffSeptember 1, 2021 12:04:20 IST
It’s time to welcome the latest avatars of the new generation 2022 Royal Enfield Classic 350, one of India’s most beloved car icons. It was launched today with a starting price of Rs 1,84,374. The new generation Classic 350 is available in single-channel and dual-channel ABS options with a choice of Halcyon, Chrome, Dark, Signal and Redditch color schemes. The price of the single tone Ladych range is from 1,84,374 rupees, the price of the Halcyon range is 1,93,123 rupees, the price of the signal range inspired by the army is 2,04,367 rupees, and the price of the dark range is 2,11,465 rupees. is. Chrome range with prices above Rs 2,51,118 (all prices except showroom and Chennai).
The second model based on the Royal Enfield J platform, the 2022 Classic 350, is not far from the outing bike in terms of pure design and styling, but it’s entirely new. With a subtle visual update with fresh styling clues, Royal Enfield also revealed that motorcycles will be available on both wire-spoke and alloy wheels, depending on the variation.
The Classic 350 uses a brand new chassis and takes over the Meteor 350’s 349cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine, producing 20.2hp and 27Nm of torque. Equipped with 41 mm telescopic forks, adjustable rear shock absorbers, large disc brakes (front 300 mm, rear 270 mm), single and dual channel ABS (depending on variation), and the company’s new tripper Bluetooth enabled navigation system. increase. Full color display.
The new Royal Enfield Classic 350 continues to rival the Honda H’ness CB350 and Jawa series motorcycles.
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