• Q. How to you reduce the vibration in Classic 350? Also, is it worth buying second hand? Will I get that mileage if I drive at 60kmph - Thunderbird 350?

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    Dillip | 3 years ago

    Royal Enfield Classic 350 is powered by a torquey motor that leads to some vibrations. You may have some insulators installed in the bike to minimize the vibrations. Moreover, the 346cc fuel-injected UCE engine delivers a claimed fuel efficiency of 40.8 kmpl and in order to get the best returns, we would suggest you to ride at economical speeds, keep a check on the tyre pressure and timely service the bike. If you are looking for a used Classic 350, then we'd suggest you to check out the following article: Used Bike Buying Guides.

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    Alakesh | 2 years ago

    I never have any problem regarding vibration in my THB350,and I didn't ride enough classic350.so I can't tell you how to reduce the vibration. For my opinion you never should go for second hand in automobile,you may not have good experience.always go for latest model.

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    Navojit | 2 years ago

    Please check with the service centre for your issue.

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Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 User Reviews

  • 2.6
    Suspension needs a lot of

    Suspension needs a lot of improvement.The footrest has too much of engine vibrations, Makes it uncomfortable on long drive.

  • 4.2
    The suspension is not very

    The suspension is not very smooth.Pick up and posture is good.Still i enjoy riding it after the change of the exhaust from stock to moto wings cone barrel.

  • This is not a bike it's a

    This is not a bike it's a emotion for me.My bike was crazy love everything like parts design color everything.

  • 60k experience mileage around

    60k experience mileage around 26km service cost around 3500 engine work has done once single owner

  • 4.6
    I have bought my RE Thunderbird

    I have bought my re thunderbird 350 in 2018.Bike road perfectly fine.And you can take your bike wherever you want.

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