About Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bullet.

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The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the second product based on Royal Enfield’s J-series platform.

 Classic 350 and the Meteor 350 have same engine of 349cc, air-cooled single-cylinder engine that powers same and they both are mounted on the J-platform. Despite this, the tune is a little out of tune. Although it produces the same amount of power and torque as the Meteor 350—20.2PS at 6100 rpm and 27Nm at 4000 rpm—new fuel mapping modifies how the power is fed, making the bike more relaxed. The Classic 350 weighs 195 kg kerb and has a 13-liter fuel tank. The Royal Enfield Classic has a twin rear shock absorber suspension system and a 41mm telescopic fork. With Bybre axial callipers, the front 300mm disc brake and the rear 270mm disc brake are used for braking.

The rider and pillion seats on the Classic 350 have been updated with more padding. Having a taller handlebar allows for a more upright riding position. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 has a twin rear shock absorber suspension system and a 41mm telescopic fork. With Bybre axial callipers, the front 300mm disc brake and the rear 270mm disc brake are used for braking. It is supported by 90-section and 120-section tires mounted on 19-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels, respectively. The rider and pillion seats on the Classic 350 have been redesigned and given more padding for increased ride comfort. Having a taller handlebar allows for a more upright riding position.

In India, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 cruiser bike has a starting price of Rs. 1,90,228. It comes in 6 variations and 15 colors, and the top variation costs Rs. 2,21,130. The 349cc BS6 engine that powers the Royal Enfield Classic 350 produces 20.2 horsepower and 27 Nm of torque. The anti-lock braking system on the Royal Enfield Classic 350 is equipped with both front and rear disc brakes. The fuel tank on this Classic 350 bike can hold 13 gallons of gasoline and weighs 195 kg.

The 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been introduced with a number of aesthetic and technical improvements over the model it replaces.

The 2021 model retains many of the aesthetic cues of the previous motorcycle, including the round headlight, round rearview mirrors, curving fuel tank, split-style saddle, and side-slung exhaust. A semi-digital instrument cluster and a USB charging connector are among the modifications. The redesigned instrument cluster features an LCD display with an odometer, trip meters, clock, and fuel gauge in addition to an analog speedometer. Rotating buttons of the Meteor 350 design are part of the upgraded switchgear. The Royal Enfield Tripper navigation system is also included in the 2021 model, albeit it is presently only offered on Chrome models.

The classic motorcycle is now offered in 11 color options (Redditch Sage Green, Redditch Grey, Halcyon Black, Halcyon Green, Halcyon Blue, Signals Marsh Grey, Signals Desert Sand, Gunmetal Grey, Dark Stealth Black, Chrome Red, and Chrome Brown) and five variants (Redditch, Halcyon, Classic Signals, Dark, and Classic Chrome).

Among the mechanical features is a 349cc, air/oil-cooled engine built on the J-platform of the business. The engine is calibrated to produce 20.2bhp of power and 27Nm of peak torque when it is coupled to a five-speed gearbox.

A new dual cradle structure is part of the 2021 model’s improved hardware. The front suspension consists of 41mm telescopic forks, and the rear suspension consists of twin shock absorbers with preload adjustment. Single discs are used on both wheels to brake the vehicle. However, the Redditch variations have a front disc/rear drum system. The Redditch line employs a single-channel ABS, while the dual disc variants use dual-channel ABS.

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