Royal Enfield has lastly launched the most recent era mannequin of its bestselling Royal Enfield Classic 350. Although design-wise, Royal Enfield hasn’t strayed a lot from the outgoing mannequin, there are some adjustments within the particulars. The most important adjustments are the brand new engine and chassis, that are shared with the Royal Enfield Meteor 350. The new Classic 350 is the second new Royal Enfield motorbike based mostly on the brand new J-Series engine. Prices start at ₹ 1.84 lakh (Ex-showroom), and go as much as ₹ 2.15 lakh (Ex-showroom) for the top-spec Chrome variant. Here’s a take a look at what all has modified and the way totally different the brand new Royal Enfield Classic 350 is.
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The 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 is best in each side. It has higher engine refinement, higher dynamics, and comes with extra options and color choices.
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1. New J-Series 350 cc Engine
The 349 cc, single-cylinder engine makes 20.2 bhp at 6,100 rpm, and 27 Nm at 4,000 rpm. Compression ratio has modified to 9.5:1 on the brand new 350 cc SOHC engine from 8.5:1 on the UCE 350 engine.The cam gears have been changed with a timing chain, together with the SOHC system, which ends up in much less noise and extra environment friendly valve timings. The chain major drive has been changed with gear major drive, which reduces transmission losses, and the first balancer shaft reduces vibrations on the engine.
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2. New Dual-Downtube Chassis
The new suspension gives higher experience high quality, and dual-cradle chassis gives higher dynamics. Overall, the brand new Classic 350 gives higher stability and extra confidence to the rider, and gives a plusher and extra comfy experience than the outgoing mannequin.
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3. Updated Suspension, New Wheels & Brakes
The suspension now incorporates fatter 41 mm entrance forks, with extra journey on the twin rear shocks to supply a greater experience. The 19-inch entrance and 18-inch wheels are thicker too, shod with fatter rubber, with a 100 mm entrance part tyre, and 120 mm part rear tyre. The brakes now get bigger discs (300 mm entrance, 270 mm rear) and higher calipers in comparison with the outgoing mannequin. Alloy wheels with tubeless tyres are provided on the Dark variant, pictured above.
4. Better Ground Clearance
The seat peak is 805 mm, and floor clearance is 170 mm, a 35 mm improve over the earlier era mannequin. Kerb weigh is 195 kg, similar as earlier than, however nonetheless 4 kg greater than the Meteor 350.
5. Variants & Colours
The 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 is on the market in 5 variants and 11 color choices. Prices for the single-channel ABS Redditch variant start at ₹ 1.84 lakh (Ex-showroom), going as much as ₹ 2.15 lakh (Ex-showroom) for the top-spec Chrome variant, which is the one variant which will get the non-compulsory Tripper navigation pod. The Classic 350 Dark variants is the one choice with alloy wheels and tubeless tyres.
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