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Royal Enfield Classic 350 Latest Updates

The BS6-compliant Royal Enfield Classic 350 S has started reaching dealerships across India. It's priced at Rs 1,55,375 (ex-showroom), a premium of around Rs 10,000 over the BS4 model.

Royal Enfield also launched the Classic 350 BS6 recently priced at Rs 1.65 lakh (ex-showroom). This makes the new BS6 Classic 350 around Rs 12,000 more expensive than the BS4 Classic 350. To make the new bike meet BS6 emissions, the UCE motor now features fuel injection. The updated BS6-compliant motor churns out 19.3PS at 5250rpm and 28Nm 4000rpm. In comparison, the BS4 model makes 0.71PS more at the same rpm. Here's what's different between both the models.

The BS6 Classic 350 is offered in two new shades - Stealth Black and Chrome Black. The Stealth Black and Gunmetal Grey variants of the Classic 350 feature alloy wheels and tubeless tyres as standard and are priced at around Rs 1.82 lakh (ex-showroom).

Suspension bits include a telescopic fork up front and a twin gas-charged shock absorber at the rear. Braking is via a single 280mm front and 240mm rear disc with dual channel ABS as standard fitment in some variants.

Royal Enfield will also be offering 3-year warranty and 3-year RSA (roadside assistance) as standard on the new BS6 Classic 350. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 BS6 rivals the Benelli Imperiale 400 and the Jawa in the classic motorcycle space.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Price

The price of Royal Enfield Classic 350 starts at Rs. 1.46 lakh and goes upto Rs. 1.82 lakh. Royal Enfield Classic 350 is offered in 10 variants - S, ABS Signals Edition, Redditch ABS, Gunmetal Grey, Signals Edition, BS6, BS6 Gunmetal Grey, BS6 Signals Edition, BS6 Stealth Black and the top variant Classic 350 BS6 Chrome Black which comes at a price tag of Rs. 1.82 lakh.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Variants Price List

Classic 350 S
346 cc | 40.8 kmpl
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Classic 350 ABS Signals Edition
346 cc | 40.8 kmpl
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Classic 350 Redditch ABS
346 cc | 40.8 kmpl
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Editor's View of Royal Enfield Classic 350

  • Upside

    Vintage looks, Comfortable seating

  • Downside

    Weight, Engine not powerful enough for spirited highway runs, Lack of useful features like tachometer, fuel gauge, ABS, etc.

  • Our Verdict

    The Classic 350 is perfect for riders who are looking for a minimalist, retro motorcycle that comes with the Royal Enfield lineage.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Classic 350

Q. How is the maintenance of RE Classic 350?
  • If you treat your ride good, it won't cost you except the servicing at 2000 kilometres. And yes for tyre leaks it's different. Else every servicing in showroom may cost from ₹ 170****500. Parts are hardy, so no worries on that too soon.
  • See RE needs maintaining and care but it’s like just clean you bike everday(if possible) with a cloth or on alternate days. It’s not like a bike once you bought doesn’t need to be look after
  • Nominal! My friend own Bajaj Avenger, street... His service cost is more than mine. I own Classic 350.. depends on Bike, but classic maintenance is reasonable.. avg 1000rs
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Q. How much will be the service cost if there is no problem in any part - Classic 350?
  • Till i dont know how much will it cost for paid services coz i got 3 more free services left, but in free service it cost 1200 for me oil changing n other servicing including labor charges. It would be better if u dont complain about ur problem to them coz they may charge extra for that, though they will fix it in that free coz they test each n everything themself n will fix it.
  • I have paid 12000,17800 and 16000 during last three service.The moment you enter an authorized service centre,they will just rob you.Even for small issues,they will give you a long list of things to be done and hell yes that will cost you a fortune.You can easily maintain a four wheeler in that much amount.
  • Maintenance Is depends on your driving skill .becose you hard rider then brakes and disc pad and other spare have to change every 5-6k km. Although your soft rider then it will take long as per riding . There is only issue of your riding skill and how maintain you bike regularly.
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  • My personal best is Shine Black.But it actually depends on the person who will ride. Like favourite colour. So make the choice by your own, bcz it's you who will ride and now a days there are several options on colour.
  • Both signals variants have matte finishing just like 500cc dessert storm n squadron blue. so both luks stunning but i love stormrider sand color most thats y i got stormrider sand color. if u like any other color then wait till april 2019 after that every re bikes will have dual channel abs with fuel indicator.
  • Classic 350 Black is the most popular but I feel Redditch Red is the most attractive one!
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Q. Which one is better between BS6 RE Classic 350 stealth black or gun metal grey? I am concerned about the black paint on the engine and exhaust on stealth black, how long it stay in that quality? Would it fade due to the heat?
  • Both of the colours you mentioned are of matte nature.It is difficult to maintain matte colour but will stay for years if you take extra care of matte paint, like using good quality liquid for washing and polish is different. But stealth black looks more beautiful in comparison to gunmetal grey.
Q. Which one is comfortable and gives premium looks Royal Enfield Classic 350 OR Thunderbird 350 X?
  • For premium looks, go for Classic 350 but for comfortable ride I would suggest you Thunderbird 350 X. I am not saying that classic 350 is not comfortable ( rider seat is comfortable but pillion seat is very bad in classic 350) but 350 X is more comfortable for both pillion and rider. Also, looks is a subjective matter.
  • In a year back the normal Thunderbird are modified by third party customs. So only the royal Enfield has decided and they launched the modified model
  • Depends...but bullet is either standard or classic..!!
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Q. Which is better Royal Enfield Classic 350 signals or Benelli Imperiale 400?
  • I have used the Royal Enfield Electra 350 for around 6 years which is quite similar to the Classic 350 except for the heavier engine crank. I feel the RE has an edge over the Imperiale 400 in city traffic due to the smaller turning radius and lesser body weight. It may also offer better mileage. I consider the Imperiale 400 as much superior on many other counts.
  • No doubt, imperial 400,only issue is service cost and service centres, but if you wait, you can get new RE which will be on new chassis and new engine without vibrations
  • What is the waiting period for imperiale 400?
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Royal Enfield Classic 350 User Reviews

4.1 /5
3287 Rating & 1023 reviews
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  • 4.6

    Royal Enfield classic proved to be my desire fulfilling bike. I choose royal Enfield because of its elegant design, performance, engine thump and all above its royal legacy which has been carried out for decades.Though, i had other options as well but i preferred choosing the beast over the goats. It has tremendous style possessing the macho feel as while riding u don"t feel like riding a regular one because u are on the beast. As far as performance and mileage is concerned, i can take out a 40+ average even in city traffic. The bike feels a little bulky and clutch stiffens once hands get pain in the traffic for the initial rider. So you can"t complain, because if you are complaining then it's like asking a beast to treat you gently. Hence for me, it's not a big deal. I have been using this machine for more than 22 months and rode it almost for 27,5001 km but still didn't face any breakdown even a trifle. My both hands up showing thums up after experiencing classic in all the terrains ( considering it"s not a dirt bike) and i can say if you have that skill to ride your beast effectively then it can take you anywhere. You are not the one who decides to choose the royalty,It's the royalty who decides whom to choose.So if you believe that you have that spirit, passion for the beast then you go for it. Otherwise you will die complaining like others for the heavy weight, mileage, stiff shock absorbers and clutches, less pickup and other things which doesn't matter for a true Enfielder.

  • 5.0

    Hi everyone i have 2015 classic 350 black and here is my long term review... Everyone saying RE is dumb very slow like elephant etc blah blah.., first i want to say this motorcycle is not for everyone mainly not for skinny one"s and also many of them saying it shaking while going at 80kmph... it means you haven"t strength to control this 200kg tank, its not have aerodynamic body shape to cut the wind like KTM rc, ns, r15 so it shaks bit on top speed by wind you need strength to control it... im 6.2 feet tall and bit heavier too GYM boy for me i haven"t face any vibration... it shaks only while top speed at 130kmph not in 80kmph so no doubt its truly a beast... u will feel the 350cc raw power while driving, it easily touches 80km at 4th gear then 100kmph on 5th gear without stress it feels like roaring rocket on top speed and best part is the mileage it gives 35 to 40kmpl its enough for this 200kg raw 350cc air-cooled engine motorcycle... im fully satisfied!!!

  • 3.4

    I have a 350classic!I go on self organised group tours to around 200-450 kms. It feels really good at 70kmph, however the vibration increases with increasing speed which is quite normal I guess. Control and breaking is great. Feels great riding on high ways and sitting position is also cool.But RE riders expects a little more top speed and power whatever the milage is I guess. For me the top is 120kmph, on highway you need speed right?I get some engine noise though, it seems some parts has become loose or something like that (I am not an engineer/mechanic) after 5000 kms. Also to inform after 4 years and 13000 kms the self-start isn"t working, I need to change the Kit I guess.Apart from vibration, low top speed and rusting everything is going well still now.

  • 5.0

    It is not only a bike for me. But also a medium of rejuvenation. After a stressed out day, when you cruise on a Classic 350 for 45mins, 1 hour at midnight on empty roads , @60/70kph it refreshes magically. I have a field job, and this bike leaves me no back ache or tiredness, except for a clutch lever given pain in fingers of left hand. handsome mileage above 35 all roads and rides inclusive. Classic 350 is a keeper, you just have to maintain timely engine oils and servicing. This is by far better bikes for rural commute.

  • 4.6

    स्पोर्ट्स मैन होने की वजह से लिया था। पर मस्त चाल और बैलेंस चाल देखकर मन भा गया। अब दूसरे गाड़ी की ओर मन नहीं लगता। एक राजशाही एक शेर की तरह चाल, मजा आ जाता है। पूरा मर्द। डुक डुक की आवाज, स्मूथ ड्राइव। गजब

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  • 4.2

    Performance can be upgraded. More electronics can be incorporated into the vehicle.

  • 5.0

    Just drive and feel the comfort.

  • 4.6

    over all 350 is a amazing machine bit it needs some more power look wise it just looks so gorgeous.

  • 4.6

    It's a lovely ride. It gives 34 to 36 kmpl mileage in Chennai city in peak traffic. Use disc lock along with side lock for extra protection. Performance and ride quality are awesome. Back seat comfort is not that great though. Maintainence cost is as expected, a little costly when compared to other bikes. But, it's Royal Enfield.

  • 3.4

    lots of wobbling and starter motor problem

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Jawa vs Royal Enfield Classic 350 vs Benelli Imperiale 400: Comparison Review

Which modern classic of the three should you make your own? Read on to find out

Nov 4, 2019

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Colours

  • Stormrider Sand
  • Black
  • Chrome Black
  • Airbone Blue
  • Gunmetal Grey
  • Silver
  • Redditch Red
  • Redditch Green
  • Redditch Blue
  • Gunmetal Grey
  • Chestnut
  • Lagoon
  • Black
  • Ash

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Highlights

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the brand’s most popular and best selling bike in India. It has a retro design and comes in a variety of colours and editions to make it appealing to the younger audience. Given its retro positioning, the Classic 350 does not get as many features as a similar capacity street naked. It gets a single-pod analogue instrument console that includes a speedometer, odometer and low fuel warning lamp. This is a heavy bike weighing at 192kg (kerb) and given its touring nature, fuel tank capacity is a disappointing 13.5-litres. However, the upright riding position and a comfortable spring-loaded single seat is comfy for touring on the highways. The Classic 350 continues to be powered by a 346cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine which churns out 20PS at 5250rpm and 28Nm at 4000rpm. A 5-speed gearbox transmits power to the rear wheel via a chain drive. Suspension bits include a telescopic fork up front and a twin gas-charged shock absorber at the rear. The bike gets 19-inch front and 18-inch rear spoked wheels fitted with tubed MRF tyres. Braking is via a single 280mm front and 240mm rear disc with dual channel ABS as standard fitment. The Classic 350 competes with the Jawa, which looks more retro but has a modern and more powerful liquid-cooled 300cc motor. The next generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 has also been spotted testing in India. It is expected to get a new BS6 compliant motor and a new frame. It’s likely to be launched in India by early 2020.

Classic 350 Specifications

The 346cc, single cylinder, 4-stroke, twin-spark motor generates a maximum output of 20.08PS at 5250rpm and 28Nm of torque at 4000rpm. The power is transferred to the rear wheel via a five-speed gearbox. The Classic has a fuel capacity of 13.5 litres and weighs in at 192kg. Braking is managed by a 280mm disc up front and a 230mm drum at the rear. Royal Enfield Classic 350 Competitors Mojo 300: The Mahindra Mojo does great justice to its touring dynamics. The refined motor, comfortable riding dynamics, supple ride quality and loaded parts bin make it a great motorcycle for long distance riding.

Classic 350 Design and Features

In line with the retro character, the Classic features metal-encased telescopic forks that lead to a chrome crowned headlight. The instrument cluster is an analogue single-pod unit with a speedometer and an odometer. There is no fuel gauge but what you get is a low fuel warning light. Circular chrome mirrors also enhance the retro appeal. The switchgear offered comes with all the basics. The Classic's fuel tank comes with an old-fashioned chrome tank cap and black rubber-finished knee pads that offer it the age old touch. Riding saddle is spring mounted and enhances the overall retro appeal. The Classic also gets an uncluttered rear section with smooth flowing mudguard leading to the tail-light. Spoked, chrome wheels further highlight this Royal Enfield’s Classic styling. The overall quality and finish are slightly improved but still isn’t at par with most modern Indian motorcycles.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Competitors

The Jawa: If you want a motorcycle that performs like a modern one with a peppy engine and well-sorted dynamics, but coupled with a classic look, the Jawa is the one to buy.

Bajaj Dominar 400: If you’re looking for an affordable, fast and comfortable highway cruiser that performs well in the city too, then the Dominar 400 definitely deserves a closer look. It’s a muscular motorcycle with an exhaustive list of features.

Benelli Imperiale 400: The Imperiale is a great long-distance bike that's to its comfortable ergonomics, refined engine and laid-back nature. It also manages to make your urban commute a stress-free affair.


Royal Enfield sells the highest number of motorcycles in the 250cc to 500cc segment in India. If you are looking for a retro classic motorcycle, there is nothing that comes close to being a proper retro. That said, we wish to see more features, better refinement and reliability on offer from Royal Enfield.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Mileage

ARAI Claimed 40.8 kmpl
User Reported 35 kmpl