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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?

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    A | 11 months ago

    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.

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    A | 11 months ago

    @ Joseph | All the new features are good but lack kick start is big disappoinment for RE lovers

    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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    Dharmendra | 1 year ago

    Bs6 version will have new motor,fuel injection, OBD etc. mileage will be increased 15 percent

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