• Q. I am planning to buy a Royal Enfield classic gun metal grey, but the latest ABS version entices me to switch my selection a bit is it worth buying the ABS model in regards to it's suitability? Also when I inquired from Royal Enfield showroom some of my close ones who are working in the Royal Enfield, advise me not to go for classic model instead opt for bullet or Thunderbird as Classic model has a lot of maintenance issues like premature breakdowns etc. Please suggest me the correct option to go for.

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    DIVANSHU | 1 year ago

    It's a heavy bike, almost weight 200kg so for safety concern you must go for abs version. and yes gunmetal grey is facing innumerable problems. seat issue, speed issue, and classic do need regular maintenance. if you can go for Thunderbird or Thunderbird X

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    Akash | 2 years ago

    All royal enfield bikes share exact same engine so performance would be almost same. You can choose any model depending on your choice...but i would highly recommend you to go for ABS varient of royal enfield bike if you can.

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    Prasant | 1 year ago

    Yes go for ABS model

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