The Classic 500 comes with a fuel injected 499cc engine which offers superior performance to the Classic 350 in the form of 27.2 bhp of power and 41.3 Nm of torque. The bike is priced at Rs. 1.62 lakh for the base version. Although the bike is visually similar to the Classic 350, there are minor differences such as the amp-meter is replaced with a low fuel light and EFI malfunction indicator light. The bike is available in five colours
The Classic 500 is the 350’s bigger brother which comes with the added advantage of a bigger, 499cc fuel-injected mill producing a massive 41.3 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. The abundant pulling power is perhaps one of the unique selling propositions of this bike. The Classic 500 also comes with a low fuel light, apart from engine-check light, making it useful for long rides. The Classic also comes in attractive paint schemes like the Desert Storm, Squadron Blue, Chrome, etc giving the motorcycle a distinct personality.
Torquey engine, Looks, Fuel Injection
Weight, No rear disc brake nor ABS, Vibrations
For riders looking to buy a retro-modern motorcycle, the Classic 500 is an ideal choice as it has the go match the show and is reasonably capable of doing highway runs as well.
54 years to the day the original Bullet rolled out from Redditch, Royal Enfield now has an all-new single cylinder motorcycle. Adil Jal Darukhanawala needed to not just have his eyes checked but also got a reality dose after an extensive test aboard this latest big bore machine.
The colour shade is a tribute to the Indian Air Force and will be available only for the Classic 500
A ride on the Royal Enfield Classic 500 through interior Himachal - across Jalori Pass and Tirthan Valley
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