2022 RE Classic 350 Launch: Prices & Details

2022 Classic 350 price hike is not very high but there are higher variants that make it a near 2.50 Lakh bike…

2022 Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been launched in India. The retro-classic is available in five different variants which RE dubs as Redditch, Halcyon, Signals, Classic Dark Edition, and Chrome Classic. 

Here is the ex-showroom price listing for all the Classic 350 models.

2022 Classic 350 Price 

Redditch1.84 Lac
Halcyon1.93 Lac
Signals2.04 Lac
Dark Edition2.11 Lac
Chrome Classic2.15 Lac
*all prices ex-showroom Chennai

Bookings for the new model have commenced at all the authorized dealerships of Royal Enfield. The large 350cc seller will continue to rival notable bikes like Jawa, Honda H’ness CB350, and Benelli Imperiale 400.

2022 Classic 350 price

Days Ahead of Launch Next-Gen Classic 350 Specs Leaked

Royal Enfield has carried over the tried and tested design of the older-gen model. The idea appears to be – why fix it when its not broken! That means that the new model comes with a round halogen headlight, teardrop design fuel tank, round-shaped indicators.

Customers can choose from 11 different color options for the new Classic 350. Another change is in the instrument cluster – the new model now finally gets a fuel gauge in a semi-digital instrument console.

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Surprisingly, there is no Tripper Navigation System as standard on any of the variants. However, there is a provision near the console and it can be installed as an aftermarket add-on from the company itself.

2022 Classic 350 price

The new Classic 350 is based on the same J platform as the Meteor 350 and continues with the 350cc air-cooled engine mated to the 5-speed gearbox.

The motor churns a peak power of 20.2 bhp and a max torque of 27 Nm. As compared to the older pushrod model, the new OHC version produces 1.1 bhp of higher power however, torque has dropped by 1 Nm.

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RE claims that the new engine is quite efficient and the vibration issues have been subdued. But what the owners will miss is that classic thump of the older model.

Now that the massive mid-size seller has ventured into its newer generation, it will be very interesting to see how bikers, specially hardcore RE lovers, respond to the change – the BIG change!

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