Royal Enfield Classic 350 Specifications, Price in India

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorbike allows a two wheeler enthusiast to experience the past in its most modern form. This 350 cc variant looks pretty much the same as the Royal Enfield Classic 500, the same retro looks and vintage feelings is kept all over the designing language.

People who care about the fuel efficiency and don’t really need an aggressive engine to go past any terrains the world might throw at you, then this Royal Enfield Classic 350 should just be your right pick. Royal Enfield Classic 350 is available at the Royal Enfield ex-showrooms in India and costs much lesser than even 1.5 lac rupees.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Specifications, Price in India

Royal Enfield Classic 350


According to the Royal Enfield Delhi ex-showroom information, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 costs Rs. 1.29 lac for the standard variant. There’s no other variant currently in Indian market distribution.

Royal Enfield Classic 500


All the old day Royal Enfield looks are preserved in this Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorbike. With this unit, a customer gets the iconic tiger head lamps introduced by Royal Enfield. The seat is ‘saddle’, like the ones you see in modern Royal Enfield motorbikes. Apart from that, it has a short-length silencer pipe to offer a different look to the overall package. Since it is the reminiscence of an old model, you don’t get LED tail lamps but certainly the housing is all cool with the vintage touch. Even the tool box comes in the necessary retouches of retro from the past.

The four stroke single cylinder 346 cc engine pulls off a lot of power for the motorbike. It has 19.8 horsepower at 5,250 rpm and the maximum torque is 28 Nm at 4,000 rpm. IT has 5 speed manual wet multi-plate clutch, the riding experience is so far very pleasant on Royal Enfield Classic 350. With chain drive technology, all the engine power is delivered to the rear wheel.

Although the Royal Enfield Classic 350 packs a whole lot of analog gauges and meters, yet the vibe of a great cruiser motorbike does not fade away. Analog gauges aren’t all bad anyways, there are moments when reading an analog gauge is much easier than looking aa digital gauge; especially while riding at very high speeds.


Displacement 346 CC
Cylinders 1
Maximum Torque 28 Nm
Maximum Power 20.08 PS
Fuel Delivery System UCAL 29mm Constant Vacuum
Cooling Air Cooling
Fuel Tank Capacity 13.5 Litres
Number of Gears 5
Rear Brake 240mm Disc Single Piston Caliper
Front Brake 153mm Drum Brake
Front Suspension 41mm forks, Telescopic
Rear Suspension 80mm stroke, adjustable in 5 steps
Front Wheel 19 inch (90/90-19 52P)
Rear Wheel 18 inch (121/80-18 62P)
Tubeless No
Alloy Wheels Spoke
Transmission Type Multi-plate clutch
Low Battery Indicator No
Low Oil Indicator No
Low Fuel Indicator Yes
No of Trip Meters 2
Turn Signal Yes
Tachometer Analog
Fuel Gauge Analog
Clock Yes
Speedometer Analog
Trip Meter Analog
Pass Light Yes
Kill Switch Yes
Head Light 12 V 60W/55W
Tail Light Bulb
Pillion Seat Yes
Battery 12V
Electric System 12V
Chassis Single Downtube
Pillion Foot Rest Yes
Antilock Braking System Yes

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