Royal Enfield today launched the special edition version in the Classic series with Classic Signals 350 Edition priced at ₹ 161,728.00 (ex-showroom Chennai) which is 15k premium to the price of existing models of Classic 350. The Booking has started from today at all the dealerships across India. The Classic 350 Signals Edition isn’t any limited edition as we have seen earlier in the case of Pegasus edition. The Motorcycles will be available across the Indian sub-continent. Well, to addition the Signals 350 has something very vital for which the riders and enthusiastic have been waiting. The Classic Signals 350 comes with Dual Channel Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) as standard.
With the launch of the ABS in Classic 350 series, Royal Enfield has absolutely made a big update to the phenomenal and oldest motorcycle brand in continuous production. The Signals 350 has been launched in two new color option – Airborne Blue and Stormrider Sand. The special edition pays tribute to the Indian Armed forces on 65 years of association with the Indian armed forces. Royal Enfield has tried portraying the “Indian Army Corps of Signals”, a division of Indian Army, responsible for the radio connectivity and connections back during the World War I and II. The Division uses the Royal Enfield and thus the Classic 350 Signals was named to pay the tribute.
The Signals 350 edition does look distinguished with the exclusive paint scheme and the bold numbering in the fuel tank, reminding the Pegasus Edition. The Signals Edition has been launched with number of accessories along with windscreen kit. In terms of powering, the bike remains mechanically unchanged and continues to draw power from the 346 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, churning out 19 BHP at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm of peak torque at 4000 rpm with 5 speed transmission. The suspension setup too remains same with 35 mm telescopic front forks and gas-charged twin shock absorbers at the rear. While the braking is performed by the Dics brakes at the both front and rear with addition to the ABS to the classic portfolio.
Launching the Classic Signals 350 motorcycles, Rudratej (Rudy) Singh – President Royal Enfield said “‘Made Like a Gun’, is a motto that we’ve earned at Royal Enfield, as we have had a history of making motorcycles that are resilient, reliable and versatile. We have been associated with Indian Armed Forces since in the early 1950’s and continue to be the largest supplier of motorcycles to the armed forces till date. Inspired by this association we are happy to launch the Classic Signals 350 Airborne Blue and Stormrider Sand; two motorcycles that represent our pride of partnering with the men and women who guard our skies and our land”
The launch of Classic Signals 350 is very crucial as it get the much awaited Anti-Lock Braking System. The Classic series is the most prominent and oldest model in production and is the highest gaining product for Royal Enfield. The new classic signals 350 would definitely help in increase the sales graph. However the Signals 350 is the first bike in Royal Enfield line up to feature ABS while the other models are expected to get the ABS soon by first quarter of 2019.
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