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Frequently Asked Questions about Royal Enfield Classic 350

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Q. What is reserve fuel tank capacity in Royal Enfield Clasic 350
  • Not sure about that but I have went upto 87 KM and still there was fuel left in tank . I think at that time my classic was giving mileage of 38 to 40 Kmpl
  • After manually turning on the reserve knob of my bike classic 350 ,then the low level indicator will blink .is it work properly?
  • I am not sure in litres but in kilometres it\'s around 90-96 kilometres. If your bike\'s milage is 40-46 kmpl.
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Q. Is there any exchange offer available for Royal Enfield - Classic 350?
  • Bro if you look for comfort then definitely go for Royal enfield . Parts and accessory cost is higher for Royal enfield as compared to Honda. you will be getting around 55-60 kmpl mileage in your hornet but don’t expect more than 40kmpl in any of Royal enfield bikes .My suggestion : if you want quality with style and performance then go for Royal Enfield.
  • Bro if you look for comfort then definitely go for Royal enfield . Parts and accessory cost is higher for Royal enfield as compared to Honda. you will be getting around 55-60 kmpl mileage in your hornet but don’t expect more than 40kmpl in any of Royal enfield bikes .My suggestion : if you want quality with style and performance then go for Royal Enfield.
  • Bro if you look for comfort then definitely go for Royal enfield . Parts and accessory cost is higher for Royal enfield as compared to Honda. you will be getting around 55-60 kmpl mileage in your hornet but don’t expect more than 40kmpl in any of Royal enfield bikes .My suggestion : if you want quality with style and performance then go for Royal Enfield.
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Q. What is the difference between Classic 350 single channel and dual channel?
  • Single channel means the ABS will work only in front wheels, but in Dual channel the ABS works in both the wheels (front and rear wheels).
  • Single channel, you get only front tyre ABS . Dual channels, you get front and rear ABS brakes.
  • Thier difference is nothing but different in meleage & horse power.
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