2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 launched in India: Check price, variants, features, images and more


New Delhi: The 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 is finally here in India! Amidst a heightened anticipation among motorcycle enthusiasts, Royal Enfield, one of the most loved motorcycle brands in India launched the Royal Enfield Classic 350 in the country on Wednesday, September 1.

2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 will come in 11 colour options while there will be five variants of the much loved Classic 350. (Also Read: Check these jaw-dropping pictures of 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350)

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is available in 5 new, exciting variants with 11 colourways, beginning with the Redditch series, the Halcyon series, the Classic Signals, the Dark series and the Classic Chrome. The motorcycle bears the distinct teardrop shaped tank, and the classic Royal Enfield casquette that houses a new headlamp along with the signature ‘tiger lamps’ – pilot lights – an enduring feature on Royal Enfield motorcycles since 1954.


Royal Enfield has posted several campaigns across its website and its official twitter page “Be Reborn”. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 will be launched at a digital event.

Here are the details price of the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 variants

Redditch: Rs 1,84,374
Halcyon: Rs 1,93,123
Signals: Rs 2,04,367
Dark: Rs 2,11,465
Chrome: Rs 2,51,118

 the new Classic has new, wider seats with soft-foam cushion padding. With brand new handlebars, the riding position has been subtly tweaked to further improve comfort whilst maintaining that familiar Classic feeling. Bringing in the modern touch is the new digi-analog instrument cluster that houses an LCD info panel. A USB charging point will be mounted below the handlebar for the convenience of quick charging on the go. The turn-by-turn Tripper navigation pod is available as a Make It Yours accessory – MiY – on the Chrome variant.

The Classic 350 is Powered by the modern, globally appreciated 349cc air-oil cooled single cylinder engine, launched recently on the Meteor. With the 349cc, fuel-injected, air/oil cooled engine, the Classic generates a power of 20.2 bhp at 6100 rpm and a torque of 27Nm at 4000rpm.

With the primary balancer shaft that cuts down the vibrations, the reborn Classic feels smooth and well-mannered on road. The gear shifting is crisp and  smooth, thanks to the optimized 5-speed gearbox that ensures strong in-city acceleration, as well as a relaxed ride at cruising speed. 

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