The biggest drawback for Royal Enfield enthusiasts is the huge cost of the classic 350’s Royal ride

The country’s leading automaker, Royal Enfield, has increased its vehicle prices. Customers now have to pay huge sums to buy the company’s best-selling bike classic 350. The leader of the segment, the top variant of this bike is priced at Rs 2 lakh. The company has increased the price of the bike from Rs 7,361 to Rs 8,362.

Following the new price hike, the entry-level variants of the Classic 350 Ash, Chestnut Red, Raditz Red, Pure Black and Mercury Silver Single Channel Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) are now priced at Rs 1,79,782 (Ex-Showroom, Ahmedabad). At the same time, its top variants, Stealth Black and Chrome Black variants, are priced at Rs 2,06,962 (Ex-Showroom, Ahmedabad).

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Apart from the price of this bike, the company has not made any changes. Royal Enfield recently introduced the bike with new features and technology. The company used an air-cooled UCE engine with a 346cc single cylinder capacity on this bike. It produces 19.3 PS of power and 28 Nm of torque. This engine comes with a 5 speed gearbox.

The bike has an analog speedometer with conventional rounded headlights. The bike is available in two trims, including a single channel anti-lock braking system and a dual channel (ABS). In addition, the bike has a fuel injection, an oxygen sensor and a new exhaust silencer. The bike is available with tubeless tires and alloy wheels. The company plans to introduce some new models soon in the domestic market, including models like the Hunter 350 and the Scrum 350.

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