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Royal Enfield Classic 350
Royal Enfield Classic 350
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Royal Enfield Classic 350 User Reviews

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  • Comfort (247)
  • Mileage (235)
  • Experience (209)
  • Looks (183)
  • Engine (146)
  • Performance (111)
  • Power (106)
  • Service (89)
  • Speed (69)
  • Seat (62)
  • Pickup (62)
  • 4.6
    Great choice

    The royal enfield classic 350 is renowned for its vintage charm, Solid build, And thumping exhaust note.It's a bike that appeals to riders looking for a retro aesthetic and relaxed cruising experience.However, Some riders may find its performance lacking compared to modern bikes, Especially in terms of power and technology.Maintenance can also be a bit more involved due to its traditional design.Overall, If you prioritize style and character over cutting-edge performance, The classic 350 could be a great choice.

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  • Driving experience is very

    Driving experience is very good mileage is nice seating area is good bike is very nice

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  • Driving experience

    Driving experience is perfectly alright mileage is average engine performance is also good

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  • Riding fell

    What a bike sound like wow and riding fell is nice and the look of bike beautiful

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  • 5.0
    The bullet not a bike is

    The bullet not a bike is feeling so comfortable i like a look mileage is 30-35 build quality is excellent all good

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  • 4.2
    Decent level

    The royal enfield classic 350 gunmetal grey offers a distinctive driving experience with its timeless design and powerful engine.On the road, Its comfort level is commendable, Especially for long rides, Thanks to its relaxed riding position and well-padded seat.The best aspects include its iconic looks, Smooth performance, And solid build quality.However, Some riders might find the weight to be a downside, Especially in city traffic.In terms of performance, The classic 350 delivers a satisfactory mileage, Though it might not be the most fuel-efficient in its class.Its pickup is adequate for both city commuting and highway cruising.Build quality is where the classic 350 truly shines, With sturdy construction and attention to detail.Vibrations can be noticeable at higher speeds, But they're manageable and add to the bike's character for many enthusiasts.Features are basic yet functional, With essentials like electric start and disc brakes.Regarding after-sale service, Royal enfield generally offers a decent level of support, With an extensive service network across the country.However, Service quality may vary depending on the dealership.Overall, The royal enfield classic 350 gunmetal grey is a timeless cruiser with a blend of heritage and modern engineering, Offering a satisfying riding experience for enthusiasts.

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  • It's a good one the rusting

    It's a good one the rusting is one of the major issue which is faced by the owners do periodic maintenance to avoide rusting if it is chrom plated then you have to take care as a baby or it will cost you a lot mileage is good in city around 28_30 on higher gear in highway you can get up to 38-40 depending up on throttle twisting overall it gives comfort to the rider tyre pressure have to be maintained applying clutch also affect mileage in single try to shift in n 3000km check oil change if it is gone bad 1000 or 500 km break pad will be in worst condition change.And use your bike everyday or rusting will occur in the fuel tank.

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  • Modern Classic with a Few Quirks

    After much anticipation, I finally got my hands on the Royal Enfield Classic 650. True to its lineage, this bike has vintage charm blended with modern engineering. From its robust 648cc parallel twin engine that delivers 47 horsepower and 52 Nm of torque, the ride quality is smooth and powerful makes highway cruising an absolute joy.The gearshifts are slick with the new 6 speed transmission and the overall build quality feels sturdy and refined.The Classic 650 is pretty heavy at around 202 kg, which can make it a bit difficult to handle in dense traffic conditions.

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  • My Experience with the Royal Enfield Classic 350

    After many months of pondering, I finally decided to go for the Royal Enfield Classic 350. Its timeless design and robust engine were major selling points for me. Powered by a 349cc air oil cooled single cylinder engine, the bike produces about 20 bhp and 27 Nm of torque which, while adequate for most rides does feel a bit underpowered on highways.Over the past few months, the ride comfort has been truly commendable specially on urban roads. The seat is plush and the ride is exceptionally smooth makes it a pleasure on longer rides.

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  • Riding the Classic

    After many months of pondering, I finally decided to go for the Royal Enfield Classic 350. Its timeless design and robust engine were major selling points for me. Powered by a 349cc air oil cooled single cylinder engine, the bike produces about 20 bhp and 27 Nm of torque which, while adequate for most rides does feel a bit underpowered on highways.Over the past few months, the ride comfort has been truly commendable specially on urban roads. The seat is plush and the ride is exceptionally smooth makes it a pleasure on longer rides.

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