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Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bike Brochures

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Royal Enfield Classic 350
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Classic 350

Q. What is the mileage?
  • The mileage of Royal Enfield Classic 350 is 40.8 Kmpl. This is the claimed ARAI mileage for all the variants of Classic 350.
Q. What is the mileage of the Royal Enfield Classic 350?
  • The mileage of Royal Enfield Classic 350 is 40.8 Kmpl. This is the claimed ARAI mileage for all the variants of Classic 350.
Q. What are the engine specifications of Royal Enfield Classic 350?
  • The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the second product based on Royal Enfield’s J-series platform. It gets the same 349cc, air-cooled single-cylinder engine as the Meteor 350. That said, the state of tune is slightly different. While it makes the same power and torque as the Meteor 350 at 20.2PS at 6100rpm and 27Nm at 4000rpm, it gets new fuel mapping that changes the way the power is fed, making it an easygoing bike. The Classic 350 gets a 13-liter fuel tank and tips the scales at 195kg kerb. The Royal Enfield Classic features a 41mm telescopic fork and a twin rear shock absorber suspension setup. Braking is done via a 300mm disc up front and a 270mm rear disc brake, with Bybre axial calipers. It rolls on a 19-inch front and an 18-inch rear wheel, wrapped in 90-section and 120-section tyres. For better ride comfort, the Classic 350 gets a redesigned rider and pillion seat with thicker padding. The handlebar sits taller, offering a more upright riding posture. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 features a 41mm telescopic fork and a twin rear shock absorber suspension setup. Braking is done via a 300mm disc up front and a 270mm rear disc brake, with Bybre axial calipers. It rolls on a 19-inch front and an 18-inch rear wheel, wrapped in 90-section and 120-section tyres. For better ride comfort, the Classic 350 gets a redesigned rider and pillion seat with thicker padding. The handlebar sits taller, offering a more upright riding posture.
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Q. Which bike is more comfortable, Hness CB350 or Classic 350?
  • Both the bikes are good in their forte. The Honda CB350 is a great option for someone looking for a retro-styled motorcycle with sprightly performance and the legendary reliability of Honda is an additional bonus. So if you’re looking for the above, the CB350 makes better sense. One thing that goes against the Japanese bike is Honda’s strategy of selling it from the Big Wing dealerships only which restricts access to many buyers in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities. The Honda CB350 is an impressive bike, but it lacks a bit of soul and character, something that can't be quantified - and something which the Classic 350 has in abundance. With the new Classic 350, Royal Enfield has managed to iron out the major niggles of its predecessor - crudeness and reliability (as we have seen with the Meteor 350). What really makes the 2021 Classic so much likeable is the fact that it has the DNA of the old Classic 350 but in a more modern and usable manner. So if you are planning to buy a retro roadster, the 2021 RE Classic 350 will be our pick. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read more -Honda H’ness CB350 Road Test Review: Should RE Be Worried?..-2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 vs Honda CB350 RS: Comparison Review..-2021 RE Classic 350 Road Test Review.
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Q. Honda Hness 350 vs the upcoming 2021 RE Classic 350? Should I buy the Hness or wait for the Classic?
  • It would be too early to give a verdict as the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 is not launched yet, so we would suggest you to stay tuned. And if we talk about Honda Hness CB350 then it marries old-school charm with modern sensibilities well, Has a prominent thumper exhaust note, Most affordable bike in India to get traction control. Honda Hness CB350 is powered by a 348.36 cc engine. This Hness CB350 engine generates a power of 21.07 PS @ 5500 rpm and a torque of 30 Nm @ 3000 rpm. 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.
Q. Which 350cc bike gives 50kmpl mileage?
  • Honda H'ness CB350, Royal Enfield Classic 350, and Royal Enfield Meteor 350 are some bikes in the 350cc segment which provide approximate mileage from 40-50kmpl.
  • What is the real mileage of highness?
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Royal Enfield Classic 350 User Reviews

  • Classic 350
    Driving experience 

    Driving experience is more than better when you are driving billets you can’t describe it in words it’s just feeling

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    Guest User 1 day ago
  • Classic 350
    4.2
    Mine is still a UCE-350 engine, 

    Mine is still a uce-350 engine, Good in terms of power at its level.Still riding after 20k kms.

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    Dhakshin 1 day ago
  • Classic 350
    Good bike nice riding position 

    Good bike nice riding position i can even compete with 400 cc sports bike and win it

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    Chithram 1 day ago
  • Classic 350
    5.0
    This bike is veery good Royal 

    This bike is veery good royal enfield is better bike thank you royal enfield

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    DENGAR 2 days ago
  • Classic 350
    Thunderbird tbts 

    This is my second Enfield after thunderbird tbs. I must honestly say the build quality has improved by leaps and bounds. Pros:1.Confidence to take it anywhere without breakdowns.2.Smooth, Linear, Vibration-free power delivery.3.Adequate braking power.4.Refined exhaust note - a treat to rev!!!5.Finally has a fuel gauge, A digital one, One that works well!6.Little features like USB charging point, Eco-labeling on console during throttling, Engine shut off on engaged side stand+gear combo, User-removable rear seat, Etc are the icing on the cake. Cons:1.Not a con but a lack of choke, Kickstart, Fuel switch knob, and Accessible carburetor for performance tuning and cleaning, Don't exactly add to the fun of owning a bike. It feels more like a plug-and-play device now.2.At this price, Headlamps could have been led, and Usd forks could have been provided, But I guess they'd take away the "classic" feel from the bike. Overall it's a significant upgrade from the old models, Do go for it if the price isn't a concern.

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    Raghav 4 days ago

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