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  • Q. I am planning to change my Yamaha Fazer 2.0. and I am interested in Royal Enfield classic 350 and Thunderbird x350. Which one will be the better option for me. Please suggest me the bike in performance, mileage, riding control, pillion seater comfort.

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    Twinspark
    Twinspark | 8 months ago

    Royal enfield 350s are all in same mileage where thunderbird has more specs than classic

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