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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 | 1 year 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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  • Q. Is the engine same as the previous classic 350? Does it come in tubeless tyres and what about the vibration?
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    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    Royal Enfield Classic 350 is equipped with a 349cc single-cylinder, air-cooled that generates a max power of 20.4PS @ 6,100rpm and the max torque of 27Nm @ 4,000rpm. It is equipped with Tubeless tyres. Holding on to high speeds was never supposed to be the Classic’s forte. This bike’s sweet spot is between 80 and 90kmph, where this motor is just purring. In fact, it feels more comfortable at these speeds than the old Classic felt at 60kmph. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.

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  • Q. How is the ride experience?
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    Zigwheels | 2 days ago

    The Classic is tuned quite differently and while gearing is the same too, the rolling circumference of its larger 18” rear wheel is a little longer. Basically, RE engineers have ensured that the two bikes have their own distinctive characters. It wants to amble around at slightly lower speeds, and you’ll enjoy it the most when you short shift and just ride the wave of mid-range torque. But holding high speeds was never supposed to be the Classic’s forte. This bike’s sweet spot is between 80 and 90kmph, where this motor is just purring. In fact, it feels more comfortable at these speeds than the old Classic felt at 60kmph. But what’s most shocking about the new Classic is just how smooth it is. It’s still a big single-cylinder motor, so it’ll never feel like a Japanese motor in that sense. There are a few vibes to let you know that you’re sitting atop a living, breathing engine. But at any speed, the vibes never get even a little bit bothersome. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read more -2021 RE Classic 350 Road Test Review.

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