Royal Enfield Classic 650 And Royal Enfield Shotgun 350 Spied!

  • Jul 9, 2024
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Both the Classic 650 and the Shotgun 350’s styling is similar to that of the Classic 350

Royal Enfield Classic 650 And Royal Enfield Shotgun 350 Spied!

Quick News Highlights:

- The Royal Enfield Classic 650 and the Shotgun 350 have been spied testing together

- The Classic 650 will get the 648cc engine that we’ve seen in the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, Continental GT 650, Super Meteor 650 and Shotgun 650

- The Shotgun 350 will be based on the Classic 350’s platform

The Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450 is about to be launched on July 17, 2024. But just before we get to know more about the Royal Enfield roadster, the Royal Enfield Classic 650 and the Shotgun 350 have been spied together. 

RE Classic 650 Spied

The Royal Enfield Classic 650’s styling very similar to that of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 with the the headlight nacelle (along with the iconic Tiger halogen lamps), the upright riding stance due to the mid-set footpegs and mid-rise handlebar, fork sleeves and spoke wheels (likely to be 18-units at both ends). The fuel tank’s shape and the slightly upswept peashooter exhausts are similar to that of the Royal Enfield Shotgun 650. The exhausts get a chrome finish on the Classic 650 instead of the blacked-out finish on the bobber. The removable pillion seat setup is also similar to that of the 650cc bobber. The Classic 650 is expected to be powered by the same 648cc, air-/oil-cooled, parallel-twin engine producing 47.45PS and 52Nm found in the Super Meteor 650. The suspension setup consists of a telescopic fork and twin shock absorbers, similar to its 350cc sibling. 

RE Shotgun 350 Spied

The Royal Enfield Shotgun 350 is based on the Classic 350 and gets similar styling as well. The headlight nacelle, front fender, fork sleeves and the overall design look similar to the roadster. The turn indicators are LED units. However, it gets an ape hanger handlebar and the footpegs seem to be more forward-set, which might result in a more upright riding stance than that of the Classic 350. The pillion seat is a removable unit but the grab rail and the seat’s overall construction is different that of the Shotgun 650. It gets a rear tyre hugging fender and a slash-cut exhaust, giving it an authentic bobber look. It gets spoke wheels with white-walled tyres . The upcoming Shotgun 350 will be powered by the same 349cc, single-cylinder engine found in the Classic 350, Meteor 350 and Hunter 350.  

Royal Enfield is expected to launch the Classic 650 between August and October 2024 and will likely be priced around the Rs 3.2 lakh (ex-showroom) mark. The Shotgun 350 is expected to be launched in the coming months as well and it will likely be priced around the Rs 2.20 lakh (ex-showroom) mark. 

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