• Q. What is the difference between Redditch 350 and classic 350

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    Jaidev | 1 year ago

    All colours are good, which is why choosing one is so agonizing. For me, it was between the Redditch blue, Chestnut and Ash. Ultimately my wife helped me decide, and we bought one in Ash. It is a great motorcycle, regardless of the colour option.

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    Hridayesh | 1 year ago

    Redditch was a factory in England which used to produce bike in 50s.. they just relaunched the bike with The color Redditch factory used to produce. In summary, engine and look is almost same, the difference is in color and seat design

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    Eeswar | 1 year ago

    Bullet 350 is a bit old fashioned bike. You go for it when you want the old beating of the Enfield but classic is for like young people who like the RE bikes most probably and for commuting purpose but bullet 350 you can have a long on. Because i'ts seat gives an amazing comfort and when compared to mileage bullet gives more than classic. Finally it's your taste about taking which bike.

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