The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Standard now comes with rear disc brake. Earlier, we reported that Royal Enfield had equipped only the Gunmetal Grey and Redditch Edition were with the rear disc brake. However, now the entire range of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes equipped with the rear disc brake. The standard feature of ABS is still missing on the motorcycles. Royal Enfield has confirmed to introduce the ABS by the month of February next year, before the new safety norms enforce from April, 2019. According to this all the two wheelers with displacement above 125 cc must come provided with ABS as standard and all the two wheelers with less displacement must come equipped with combi braking system. Currently, only the Classic 350 signal Edition launched in August, 2018 gets ABS.
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Standard is priced at an ex showroom price of Rs 1.47 lakhs, which includes a five year warranty and zero depreciation applicable only for the first year. A Roadside Assistance [RSA] package with one year validity is offered to the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Standard at some selected dealerships. The bookings for the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Standard have commenced. The customers need to pay an initial amount of Rs 50,000 and get their motorcycles delivered within three to four days. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Standard with rear disc brake will be available in silver, maroon, black and white colour options. The Redditch variant is offered in blue, red and green colour options.
Powering the Classic 350 Standard with rear disc brake is a single cylinder, four stroke, twin spark 346 cc engine, which churns out a power of 19.8 bhp at 5250 rpm and produces a peak torque of 28 Nm at 4000 rpm. A five speed constant mesh gearbox gets paired to the engine. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Standard with rear disc brake runs on 19 inch front wire spoke wheel with 90/90 section tube tyres and 18 inch rear wheel with 110/80 section tube tyre. Suspension duties on this bike are controlled by telescopic forks at the front and twin gas charged shock absorbers at the rear. The front and the rear disc measures 280 mm and 220 mm respectively. The rear disc has been borrowed from the Thunderbird 350.In terms of price, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Standard with rear disc brake competes on the likes of the Mahindra Mojo and the Bajaj Dominar, etc. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Standard has evolved as the best selling motorcycle in the company line up. An average of 50,000 units of the Classic 350 Standard variant are retailed on monthly basis.
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