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Royal Enfield Classic 350 (2012-2021)

2784 reviews Write & win ₹ 2000
Rs. 1.39 Lakh
Discontinued Model since 1 Sep 2021

About Royal Enfield Classic 350 (2012-2021)

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the brand’s most popular and best selling bike in India. It has a retro design and comes in a variety of colours and editions to make it appealing to the younger audience. Given its retro positioning, the Classic 350 does not get as many features as a similar capacity street naked. It gets a single-pod analogue instrument console that includes a speedometer, odometer and low fuel warning lamp. This is a heavy bike weighing at 192kg (kerb) and given its touring nature, fuel tank capacity is a disappointing 13.5-litres. However, the upright riding position and a comfortable spring-loaded single seat is comfy for touring on the highways. The Classic 350 continues to be powered by a 346cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine which churns out 20PS at 5250rpm and 28Nm at 4000rpm. A 5-speed gearbox transmits power to the rear wheel via a chain drive. Suspension bits include a telescopic fork up front and a twin gas-charged shock absorber at the rear. The bike gets 19-inch front and 18-inch rear spoked wheels fitted with tubed MRF tyres. Braking is via a single 280mm front and 240mm rear disc with dual channel ABS as standard fitment. The Classic 350 competes with the Jawa, which looks more retro but has a modern and more powerful liquid-cooled 300cc motor. The next generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 has also been spotted testing in India. It is expected to get a new BS6 compliant motor and a new frame. It’s likely to be launched in India by early 2020.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 (2012-2021) Overview

Royal Enfield has updated the pricing of its entire portfolio once again, and now, the pricing for the Classic 350 starts at Rs 1.79 lakh, and goes all the way up to Rs 2.06 lakh. To know more details, read our main story.

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Questions & Answers on Classic 350 (2012-2021)

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Q. How many km it will run in a single stretch?
  • How many km it ride continuously
  • Till petrol available in tank
Q. How many gears?
  • Royal Enfield Classic 350 is equipped with a 5 Speed gearbox.
Q. I am using standard 350, how many kilometer to change engine oil? Which is the best engine oil?
  • For this, we would suggest you to get in touch with the authorized service center as that will be an appropriate point of contact to get assistance for your concern. You can check the service center details here.
Q. Is there any Exchange offer available for Royal Enfield- Classic350 BS6? Because there are very very very bad bike so I want to Exchange.
  • The exchange of a vehicle would depend on certain factors such as kilometers driven, physical condition, number of owners, etc. For detailed information and availability of the exchange offers, we would request you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealership as the offers may vary.
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Q. Is there any chance of price reduction?
  • As of now, there is no official information available regarding the price drop so we would suggest you to stay tuned for the updates.
Q. Which type of colour is best for old bullet?
  • Every color has its own uniqueness and choosing a color totally depends on individual choice. So, we would request you to discuss with your family so that you can finalize the color to be purchased.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 (2012-2021) User Reviews

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  • 3.0
    Shoulder pain

    I'm 6ft1in tall. I previously own a Royal Enfield Classic 350. And let me share my experience.I'm one of the several people who fell for the looks of the motorcycle, who fell for its connect with the person who rides (possibly due to the vibrations), who fell for its low end torque, who fell for its sound.Initially it will attract you a lot and it will make you feel like a King of the Road. As you are on love with the bike, you will love its pros and love even more for its cons!Now coming to the performance it is a lazy elephant which took almost 16seconds to reach 100Kph, with a ton of vibrations. But you will love it during short rides and can't cope with after 30minutes. Because after riding over 100Kph over 30minutes, your hands will be numb and your whole body vibrates. And to come over this feeling, you need a healthy 30minutes of break. So riding under 80Kph helps but not much by a significant margin.So, let's talk about the comfort, with the stock handlebar, I've had a lot of lower back pain. With RD350 handlebar, Classic's perch is better for atleast 30 minutes if ridden sanely under 80KPH. After that, I've sharp pain in my knees due to constant vibrations from footpegs no matter the RPM you choose to ride. If ridden above 80Kph, two more pains will shoot: one from my shoulders and other from my b**t due to the vibrations it has on offer.Talking about mileage, it will provide me 33Kpl if ridden over 100Kph, 38Kpl if ridden at 80Kph, 44Kpl if ridden under 60Kph.Throttle response is lazier due to carburettor, now it is much better due to the addition of FI. Brakes are poor, front disc is less bitey and rear drun brakes are wooden (now even comes with rear disc, but still feels wooden). Ride quality is good. Tube tyres are a problem. (Tubeless is on offer today)And coming to the maintenance part, it digs a hole in your pocket during paid service. Free service costs a maximum of INR.1500. But paid service cost minimum is INR.2500. And at 24000kms, a paid service costed me around INR.10,000. People at Royal Enfield Service Centre never repairs but just replaces. It may be due to the Sub-par quality of the spare parts. So, on even years (after first year with free services) you need to allocate around INR.6000 for servicing it. And on odd years, you must pay INR.8000-10,000 for servicing. In 3years of ownership, I've spent around INR.25,000 for services alone.I've used it for 3years and ridden it for 30thousand Kilometers and finally have sold it due to heavy vibrations which causes me consistent right shoulder pain and also high maintenance it demands over years.Finally the resale value is good.Conclusion: It is pointless to buy 350cc machines from Royal Enfield today. Better opt for their 411cc or 650cc machines. If you want to buy a 350 from Enfield, wait for their J platform launch. Thank god, they bid adeu for their 500cc UCE engines. Don't commit the mistake I've once committed.Still in August 2020, this Classic 350 is their best seller. Royal Enfield doesn't want to let their milching cow, that's why they are gonna introduce the new J platform engines in their lower selling model, Thunderbird. People must change!!! For those who are in a hurry to buy a Classic or Bullet 350, Wait till J platform's lauch.

  • 5.0
    Utterly wrong

    Why we should not force someone to love us loving a person can be the most wonderful thing that will happen to us.It brings us a lot of joy and a lot of inspiration to get through life.Love really does wonders especially when the person you love loves you so much too.There is no other thing that is more precious than to be loved by the one you love the most.I think that with love, A lot of people have become better and they have become optimistic because of their pair.But there are some people who really wanted to be loved and because of this, They force people to love them.They do things to pressure people to show them love even though they have no feelings for them at all.With this, Forcing someone to love you is never alright.Here are some of the reasons why we should not force someone to love us.We will never be happy.If we force people to love us, We will never be truly happy because we know that they never love us and that we just forced them to do so.With this fact in our mind, We can never truly achieve happiness by their side since the romance between you both is fake and that your feelings were just forced upon one of you.Happiness can only be achieved if both of you willingly love each other from the bottom of your hearts.If you do love each other dearly, Everything comes naturally.They will resent us.If we force a person to love us, Tell them how to love us even though we know that they will never feel anything for us, Then they will resent us.They will be so angry with us and they will hate us that no love will ever be formed no matter how much time we spent together.If we force things to happen deviating from its natural flow, Then you can expect that things will be awkward and there will be a lot of complications.We will never feel loved.If the only thing you are looking for is to feel loved then forcing a person to love you will never make you feel loved at all.If you want a person to love you, You should work hard for it, Make an effort to show them that you are worthy of loving but if you pressure them, If you force them to be with you against their will, You will never feel what it truly feels like to have someone love you genuinely.I just read this article which might interest you, You can read it here.They will never have genuine feelings for us.Forcing a person to love you is not good.It is like making them do something that is against their will and if you do this to them, They will never have genuine feelings for you.If you think that forcing them to love you is a way to make them truly love you then you are utterly wrong.Love happens naturally between two people who understand and care for each other, Love can never be forced, Love can never be made just because you wanted to.

  • 4.2
    Best In Class

    Best in class. Powerful great road presence, great driving experience.

  • Good Performance

    I have been using his bike since Feb 2018, It's too much to describe how a Royal Enfield looks and about its presence on the road as it is every biker's dream thing. Even though, I would dare to do it. The overall look is like a tiger if you view it from any angle very sturdy strong appearance, Before I started to drive this beast, Thoughts of me are like how can I tame this? But after I kicked the engine to start its thump and vibrations are so awesome. I always ride this at a nominal speed and observed if we go beyond 55 to 60 mph it gives you a sublimation point at which you can feel the floating ride on the road. Even bumps are also not felt due to suspension on forks and under the driver seat. About mileage, the body says it has high quench for petrol but it depends on the rider's behavior and the roads. As per my riding habits with regular servecing proper air pressure in the tires I got about 35 to 42 per liter of petrol, Which may cost you about 3 to 4 rupees per km, and a 200 kg beast naturally may have such a thirst to pull the riders of average weight 55 to 110 kgs along with its weight and some of the accessories. Regarding accessories, I would recommend Royal Enfield steel Gard for avoiding any damage to your tank and engine and also for yourself in case of accidents.It has a best ride abilities for long trips. One must be fit if you want to go for longer rides over 300 km as I'm not soo a fitness guy I rode this for about 340 km at a stretch with some fatigue. So it must be planned. Many don't hesitate about the accessories they add to this bike but I love to keep this as it is except for a guard at engine.No modifications. The only negative aspect for me is the mirrors these are too weak even if the bike falls off the first and last thing you lose is your mirror. So I suggest going for a good handlebar mirror instead of regular ones if you are dropping your bike. Enfield is now coming out from old classic models to modern models. Once you ride an Enfield you will never get the feeling even if you ride a BMW both are of different forms.

  • 4.6
    Fuel ejection

    One of the best affortable cruiser in india, Its an easy go enjoyable cruiser and good for its price with a good comfortable ride with its ergonomics best things about the bike is definitely its comfort which it is supposed to give as it vehicle category being a cruiser, The absence of a fuel meter is a thing however retro they classify it to be being its one of the drawback for a low end torque bike its not bad and its ability to pull is good given the terrain, Being a classic owner if you were to just open throttle and fly when you would be disappointed as this doesn't allow that but given its power to its lower 3 short gear transitions that will not disappoint you with commuting toogetting to build quality is another factor for a post war engine the company has only changed few parts from its roots to adjust with the government norms, However there are problems if you don't take care of cleaning as a thing you are supposed to do in this bikeof course the vibration has really went down from its previous generation bike as the engine is more refined now with the fuel ejection as well as power a notch turned down to align with the new emission normsone of the new feature is the low fuel indicator which had to be installed because there is no fuel meter or carburetor, The spoke rims are cool and more practical too to begin with.Being one of the hefty priced biggest motorcycle production company in the whole india and with native production units too they should turn the price.Another main factor which they should really consider is to have are service canters which should be loyal to its customers, The costumers are the one thing that keeps the company running so just not rob them because to so many the bullet isn't just a bike its an emotion for them that, A sense of love to the ride, For retro, For simplicity, For the love of riding and loving the bike like a part of part themselves.

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