Royal Enfield, the country’s leading performance bike maker, is set to release the next generation model of its best-selling bike classic 350 in the domestic market soon. The bike is built on the platform, but it does remove some features from the current model.
The new Classic 350 has been spotted on several occasions in different parts of the country. The company will be launching this bike with a completely new look. According to media reports, the bike’s kick-start system is eliminated when viewed in pictures that go viral during testing.
Now this bike does not have the kick-start feature, with some special features like new engine, meter console, tripper navigation. In its new incarnation, the Classic 350 is set to be a fully transformed motorcycle, including a new J-Platform borrowed from the Meteor 350 bike.
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According to media reports, unofficial bookings have begun at these Royal Enfield dealerships. However, the company has not made any official announcement on the matter. It gets retro-style circular headlamps, chrome bezels, chrome-plated exhaust (silencer), round-shaped rear view mirror, fuel tank in the shape of a tear drop, and attractive fenders. Its side panels and fuel tank also get C-shaped graphics, but newer strips are found in the fenders.
The main thing about this next generation model is that its vibration is very low while driving. The bike is said to have added a balancer shaft to reduce vibration, which makes the driving experience even better. In terms of price, the company can release this bike from Rs 1.90 lakh to Rs 2 lakh.