The latest Royal Enfield Classic 350 could be released this year if the timetable holds true. Royal Enfield had previously claimed that a new bike would be released every fifth, whether it was a completely new model or merely an upgrade to an existing model.
- The latest RE Classic 350 will be powered by the same engine that drives the Meteor.
- The engine is a brand-new 349cc air-oil cooled unit designed to produce more power and lower vibrations.
- The torque curve on the new Classic 350 is receding, which means the torque output comes in early and there is no space for torque at the higher ends.
- Most of the current Classic’s features are supposed to be carried on to the upcoming RE Classic 350.
- A modern J-shaped split frame that helps reduce vibrations would be one of the main improvements.
- Furthermore, the new frame will improve handling. Other improvements could include a speedometer that is both analog and digital.
- The instrument unit is likely to adjust, but the digital tripper seen on the Meteor may be available as an add-on. The low-fuel light on the new Classic can be replaced by a digital fuel gauge.
- The Meteor’s switches, levers, and grips can now be used on the new bike. Riding the Classic over longer distances would be more comfortable with the new grips.
- The new iteration is intended to remove the springs under the seats.
- New color options and alloy wheels could be added to the bike. All of these additions will help to update the Iconic 350’s appearance.
- Prices are expected to rise with the new version, suggesting that the bike would cost about Rs 1.75 lakhs.
- Furthermore, similar to the Meteor, Royal Enfield may introduce new variants for the bike.
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