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The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Range Just Got More Expensive

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  • May 15, 2020
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Receives a price hike of up to Rs 2,700

  • Classic 350 S and Standard Classic were priced at Rs 1.57 lakh and Rs 1.65 lakh respectively.
  • RE has also hiked prices of the Himalayan and Bullet range.

Royal Enfield has bumped the prices of both the base and standard variants of the BS6 Classic 350. You now have to shell out Rs 2,754 and Rs 2,575 extra for the single-channel and dual-channel ABS variant respectively. The updated prices are as follows:

*All prices, ex-showroom Delhi

Model (BS6)

Old Price (INR)

New Price (INR)

Increment (INR)

Classic 350 single-channel ABS

Rs 1,57,097

Rs 1,59,851

Rs 2,754

Classic 350 Dual-channel ABS

Rs 1,65,205

Rs 1,67,780

Rs 2,575

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But that isn’t the end of the story. Royal Enfield has also increased the prices of the BS6 Himalayan and the most affordable motorcycle in its lineup, the Bullet 350. The inflation in prices isn't just limited to Royal Enfield. Two-wheeler manufacturers across India have increased prices of their BS6 portfolios. It started with Honda, followed by Bajaj and Yamaha

To lower the blow, at least we believe so, Royal Enfield dealerships are offering accessories worth Rs 10,000 with every new bike purchase. Customers can choose between free apparel, motorcycle accessories and extended warranty. You can read about it here.

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