I have been using STD 350 for 8 months now and its terrible ! MY FIRST 6 MONTHS WHERE OKAY OKAY ! BUT AFTER THAT I STARTED TO HEAVY AND LOUD TAPET NOISE (TAK TAK) WHILE ON LOW RPM AND HIGH RPM ! I HAD TO INCREASE MY IDLE RPM SO TO COME OVER AND IT DROPPED MY MILEAGE ALL THE WAY FROM 42-46 TO 30-34 2 ND THE BREAKS ITS ABSOLUTELY SH*T , TYRES GET LOCKED SOO EASILY AND I HAVE FALLEN ALMOST 4 TIMES IN 8 MONTHS. 3RD THE KICKER ! IT WAS COMFY FOR 6 MONTH AFTER THAT I HAD TO KICK NEARLY 10-20. TIMES EACH TIME TO START THE VEHICLE ! I AM HAVING SERIOUS LEG ACHES WHILE ON. BED. 4TH I KNOW IT SOUNDS WIERD BUT THE VIBERATIONS , I HAD TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE DOCTER FOR MY PAIN IN THE BALLS DUE TO HEAVY VIBERATIONS ! TRUST ME IT IS REAL , I WOULDN'T SUGGEST YOU TO GO WITH A 1.36 LAKH WORTH STEAL CRAP !
Classic 350 is a better option if you are ready to put some cash . Bullet standard comes at a lower price than the classic so it has its pros and cons accordingly. Bullet standard comes with slim tyres , single seat and the older look of the bullet.where as the classic 350 comes much good looking due to its split seats and bigger tyres for better road grip . Even the handle and seating comfort differs in both .
Both are different in there own respective style. Classic has switch start, you can remove the Pillion seat as well, in case if you want to enjoy that single ride feeling, on the other hand standard is kick start which creates problems in city, pillion seat can not be removed. So I would suggest go for the test ride for both and than select
Both same bikes. if have more agressive style of riding go with classic. if more refined riding style go with Electra. I ride at 70 to 80 kmph every day I feel classic more stable with 110section rear tyre than the thin one. in Electra
Standard 350 is kick start version without disk brakes only full black color . (Original Retro look & Road presence ) Electra 350 comes with Electric start , disk brakes , Chrome finish , Color choice is there. (Road presence & Best features) Classic 350 is mixture of modern & Retro with Electric start , disk brakes , Color choice is there. (Strong Road presence ) .All the bikes are fitted with same engine & Gearbox.
Standard 350 is kick start version without disk brakes only full black color . (Original Retro look & Road presence ) ES 350 comes with Electric start , disk brakes , Chrome finish , Color choice is there. (Road presence & Best features) Classic 350 is mixture of modern & Retro with Electric start , disk brakes , Color choice is there. (Strong Road presence ) .All the bikes are fitted with same engine & Gearbox.
Both are best in there own ways.For RC 200:1)Engine is much better than R15 V3 2) Initial power is more3)Fuel Efficiency:35-45 km/L4) Maintenance cost is more comparing to V35)Top speed:138Km/H6)No vibration at all7) Excellent brightness for the both Dim & Highbeam For R15 V3:1) Fuel Efficiency:45-502) Maintenance cost is less3) Initial power is less comparing to Rc2004)Top speed: 160Km/H 5)Low brightness for the headlights
RC 200 much better option than R15 V3 but only if you budget permits it provides an adjustable suspension with the very other body that can do well on track as well as on normal roads but if you are running short on budget then go for an 583 has optimum performance with in its budget.
I have been a KTM rider past 3 years with my RC 200, experience has been good , talking about RC and R15 v3 first of all Power comes in Picture RC is 25bhp where as R15 is 19 Bhp, both bike have super sporty riding position,so comfort wise both bikes are not great ,the Yamaha R15 v3 handle bar is more lower then that of RC , if you want to upgrade to higher cc bike later then would suggest ktm rc as you will get use to Power later on which is important for when u go for higher cc bike
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is far from a perfect bike even in its BS6 avatar. However, in a world where everybody is trying to go retro and neo-retro, it remains the OG retro motorcycle in essence and feel. As for the Meteor 350, the thump wrapped up in a refined, easy to ride, confident and practical package sounds just right. However, when it comes to the spec sheet, there's no denying that the CB350 comes out on top, with the Meteor a close second. But that notion soon changes when you consider the Meteor's price features list. So when it comes to value proposition, Royal Enfield’s latest offering makes more sense, especially over the previous-gen Thunderbird 350X. For a better understanding of compatibility and riding comfort, we would suggest you to take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details. Read More: - 2020 Royal Enfield Meteor 350: Road Test Review - BS6 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Road Test Review - How Does The Highness Stack Up Against The Upcoming Meteor 350?
I am 6 feet tall and near 96 kg. I have used. cb Shine for 9 years now and it is good bike for City use and travelling 70-80 km range without any troubles. Yes it struggles to carry the weight of 2 heavy passengers above 70KmpH but it's a good bike for slow rides of around 60KmpH . Now coming to Bullets, I have recently bought a Standard 350 BS6 and have to say it is a very good bike. Enough power and torque to carry me and my friend who is even heavier than me about 100 kg. Plus riding alone the bike feels effortless in carrying a near 100kg person. And the riding position is also very relaxing, you can easily adjust on the long seat, sadly it is not possible in Classic Split seat.
No bike is designed for 6 footers. If you go for bullet get the ones with uncut seats like the standard models, there you will have the option of pushing back to adjust your posture. Otherwise go for the cruisers where you spread your legs forward like Harley or Triumph.
First of all Remove CB Shine and Saluto from the list. According to your physique Royal Enfield will perfectly suite you you can opt for Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Standard or Thunderbird 350 as per your priorities.