2020 Classic 350 BS6 Launched at 1.65 Lac; Gets New Colours, Features

Classic 350 BS6 price hike is roughly 7 percent over the older model’s ex-showroom cost. It gets new colours and few additional features…

Royal Enfield has officially launched its first Bharat Stage VI compliant two-wheeler – the largest selling Classic 350. In the process, it has also upgraded its bread and butter 350cc pushrod engine which will also go to the other motorcycles of similar capacity. This clears that the on-test new-gen Classic-like motorcycles, which carried comprehensive changes, will come later. Check spy pics here.

The Classic 350 now gets fuel injection for emission compliance, which replaces the carburettor of the BS4 version. The Chennai-based brand has not shared the exact power and torque figures but has said that the new motorcycles will be refined, more driveable and are tuned to offer better performance.

The new Classic 350s now ditch dual spark tech and Royal Enfield has opted to plonk only a single spark plug to ignite fuel inside the cylinder.

As a part of the package are two new colours – Stealth Black and Chrome Black. The older variants Gunmetal Grey, Signals and Classic Black are carried over. Some colours will come equipped with standard alloy wheels and tubeless tyres.

Classic 350 BS6 price

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2020 Classic 350 BS6 Price

The new BS6 compliant motorcycles are priced at Rs 1,65,025 ex-showroom Delhi, which is a premium of nearly Rs 11,000 over the older model. Which means the hike is roughly 7 percent over the outgoing variant.

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The new Classic 350 BS6 is being offered with dual-channel ABS as standard at this point. Instrument cluster additionally now shows low-fuel warning and engine warning indication. New Classic also get Side stand inhibitor which will not allow the motorcycle to move in case the side stand is engaged.

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As we have seen, Royal Enfield has started dispatching the BS6 compliant Classics to dealerships and deliveries should commence very soon.