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  • 1.7 Lakh Expected Price
  • October 2020 Expected Launch Date
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2020 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Latest Updates

Prices have been revealed for the upcoming BS6 Classic 350, and Royal Enfield has increased the prices by more than Rs 14,000!

Royal Enfield has begun rolling out its BS6 inventory as the BS6 Classic 350 arrives in dealerships. The new bike was seen sporting a chunky cat con, fuel-injection and alloy rims. The bike will be officially launched in the coming weeks. Expect it to bear a premium of Rs 12,000 - Rs 14,000 over the outgoing BS4-compliant model. To know more about the BS6 Classic 350, head here.

2020 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Price

2020 Royal Enfield Classic 350 is going to launch in India with an estimated price of Rs. 1.7 Lakh

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2020 Classic 350 STD
  • 346 cc
  • Petrol
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Q. When will Royal Enfield 2020 Classic 350 Bs6 model be available in CSD?
  • For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest dealership as they will be the better people to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms
Q. I want to exchange Royal Enfield Electra 350 and then get a new bike Royal Enfield 2020 Classic 350?
  • 2020 Royal Enfield Classic 350 hasn't been launched yet. So, we would suggest you to wait for its launch.
  • 2020 Royal Enfield Classic 350 hasn't been launched yet. So, we would suggest you to wait for its launch.
Q. Why Royal Enfield classic has no tubeless tyres?
  • Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes with the spoke wheels(cost-effective and have a better ability to absorb shocks). Tubed tyres don’t have any direct contact with the air inside; hence the bonding of the tyre to the wheel of the bike is not exactly airtight. Hence, for this reason, the bikes with spoke wheels use tubes tyres as the tension of the spokes affects the wheel and hence with tubeless tyres, there might be chances of air leakages.
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Q. Should I buy Classic 350 BS4 or wait for the BS6 variant? BS6 will be more refined than BS4?
  • Yes, for Classic 350 BS6 engine will be more refined as compared to BS4 engine. The BS6 norms in Royal Enfield Classic 350 are not implemented as of now so, it totally depends on your need and your preference. If you buy Classic 350 with BS4 norms it won't create any issue in future.
  • You should buy the bs6 variant oviously because in bs6 it has given the new Fuel injected engine and the gear box is also refined..the sound has become a bit less but it is now great
  • Classic 350 B6 Approx rate?
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Q. Sir I am planning to buy a Royal Enfield signal 350, and I am very much confused about BS 4 & BS 6. Should I wait for BS 6? I am confused regarding vibration issues and mileage of BS VI? Can you guide me regarding this - 2020 Classic 350?
  • Adding to the confusion/list of queries....I am deciding between the Signals 350 and Pegasus 500. Any major changes/improvements that we know of in the BS6 version , making it worth the wait? Also any idea when these BS6 models will be launched?I heard the 500 will be discontinued in the BS6 models.
  • If you do not wish to wait to get your hands on a new Classic 350, then you may opt for the ongoing model and there will not an issue of using the BSVI grade fuel with the BSIV engine. Moreover, it would be too early to give any verdict regarding the mileage and performance of the BSVI engine.
  • I read that they will keep the kick start as well. However, in all super bikes kick start is not used mostly. Unless you have a challenge to start the Nike. So event without it, RE will be still great
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Q. Will there be any changes made to RE Standard 350 BS6 2020 - 2020 Classic 350?
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