2022 Classic 350 specs and features reveal new details about the upcoming motorcycle. There are tons of variants the maker is planning…
2022 Royal Enfield Classic 350 is all set for a showdown on 1 September 2021. However, ahead of that we have our hands on some last moment leaks that reveal the tech specifications of the bike.
The Classic 350 is equipped with a 13-liter fuel tank which is the same as the current generation model. The bike is based on the J-platform that is similar to the one we get in the Royal Enfield Meteor.
We already know the 2022 Classic 350 borrows the same 349cc single-cylinder, fuel-injection supported air and oil-cooled engine.
As per the leaked specifications sheet, the RE Classic 350 will be offered in both single and dual-seat versions. Customers also get to choose between single and dual-channel ABS.
Coming to the instrument panel, you get an LCD console that also supports Bluetooth connectivity. The classic cruiser also packs the native navigation system which RE calls the Tripper Navigation system, but it will be limited to the top variants only.
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Keeping up with the modern-day requirements, the Classic 350 2022 model comes with a USB charger, improved grab rail, new tail lamp unit, and compact fuel tank design.
Along with that the Classic 350 will be offered in various color schemes and probably a premium model will have the same color as the one you get with the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650. There will be a Signal edition as well showing tribute to the Indian army.
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Talking of other specs, the new generation RE Classic 350 gets 41 mm front telescopic forks along with twin gas-charged rear suspension units.