Royal Enfield Classic 350 Review 2019: Offers Great Pleasure and Performance

It is well known that the only bike that provides you royal feel is the one and only “Royal Enfield”. It is proved to be the finest vehicle in the two-wheeler category. There is good news for all Enfield lovers that the Royal Enfield Classic 350 is come-up in the market with a lot of changes in its features, specification, and price. So, here we are offering you the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Review 2019.

Classic 350 is the smaller version of Royal Enfield Classic 500cc, its style and look somewhat similar to it. In this bike, the UCE engine is used for better power generation. It provides reasonable mileage to its users and as expected it offers great ride quality. A design pattern is as much same as the previous version of Royal Enfield with minor changes.

Here, in this article, we discuss all the features and specifications of Royal Enfield Classic 350 in detail. So, read this content till the end with full concentration. Let’s start it.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Design:

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Let’s take a close look at its premium design. Enfield stunning design, make it popular among youth and increase its sale in the two-wheeler market. Its round headlamp with a chrome border, its front handlebar, round fuel tank, and mud-guard amplifies its beauty a bit more. As its name defines, it is really a classic bike as per the design point of view.

Its stylish tail light, updated toolbox, fuel gauge, and tiny silencer enhance its design. It is a single seat bike that is soft and gives comfort to its riders. It has a circular mirror and black knee pads made up of rubber suits with its royal look. If we give one word to its look, it is “Fabulous”.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Engine, Mileage and Transmission Power:

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Engine

It is quite clear from its name that its engine capacity is approximately 350cc. It is powered with a strong and powerful engine of 346cc. It is come-up with a single cylinder of twin spark type engine. The maximum power provided by Classic 350 is 19.8 bph at 5250 rpm and generates a maximum torque of 28Nm at 4000rpm.

As its engine is heavy, it may definitely impact on its mileage. This Royal bike gives a mileage of 40-45 km per litre. Its engine is based on the latest standard that is BS-IV and the top speed of this bike is really superb that is 130 kmph. You can start this bike with a kick and electric starting system.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Ride and Handling:

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As it is a heavy bike, it certainly offers you better riding experience on bad roads. The ride and handling of a vehicle basically depend on the road conditions and speed. If you ride this bike at low speed on irregular roads it is easy to handle it or vice-versa.

You can easily handle this bike in huge traffic with the help of its low centre of gravity features that is inbuilt in it. This bike is featured with the latest braking system that makes it easy for riders to handle it. At the rear end, it is featured with telescope front forks and twin gas charged shock absorbers that enhance its handling capacity. Ride and handling of a vehicle ultimately depend on riders.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Performance:

As we all know that the overall performance of a vehicle is depends on its braking system and engine. It is discussed above that Classic 350 is featured with UC engine that enhances its performance. The 2 piston calliper brakes in front and rear ends will provide better riding experience to its user on turns. So, as per the performance point of view, Classic 350 is a perfect cruise.

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Royal Enfield Classic 350 Safety Features:

RE is popular from a decade for its safety features. Its enhanced braking system makes it a safe bike for its users. By keeping safety aspect in mind, this time the company has added disc brakes in both front and rear end.

RE also included Twin gas charged shock absorbers that provide safety to its users in an emergency. All and all, it keeps its riders safe and secure.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Tyres and Wheels:

The tyre and wheel size and quality also play an important role in the overall performance of the vehicle. The size of its front side tyre is 90/90-19 inch and the rear side is of size 110/90-18 inch.

Let’s talk about its wheels, Classic 350 come-up with 8 alloy wheels.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Price:

The modern RE is a combination of premium design and robust engine make it an instant hit in the market. As we know, Royal Enfield bikes are expensive because it provides a royal and premium bike to its users. The Price of Royal Enfield Classic 350 is Rs. 1.48lakh (Ex-Showroom, Delhi). The top model of Classic 350 with the ABS facility is priced at Rs.1.63lakh (Ex-Showroom).

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Competitors:

We know RE is popular among youth. The competition is also tough for Classic 350 in the market. It may compete with the following bikes.

  • UM Renegade Sports S
  • Bajaj Pulsar RS200.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Colours:

Classic 350 is available in 8 colour variants. Its new and adorable colours may attract more users towards it. All colours variants are as follows:

  • Black
  • Silver
  • Ash
  • Redditch Green
  • Lagoon
  • Chestnut
  • Redditch Red
  • Redditch Blue.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Final words:

From the above content, it is quite clear that Classic 350 is really a good looking bike. It provides the finest performance to its users in every condition. It has a superb braking system and provides sufficient mileage. The only matter of concern is its price and guys, you all know “Brand” needs to be expensive. 

If you are an Enfield lover than Classic 350 is perfect RE version for you. For more update stay connected with us.

At last, take a look at the pros and cons of Classic 350:

Why should I buy a Royal Enfield Classic 350 (Pros)?

  • Provide better ride quality.
  • Its superior handling capacity.
  • It’s a dashing look.
  • Superb mileage.
  • Powerful engine.

Why should you not buy a Royal Enfield motorcycle (Cons)?

  • ABS facility is not available.
  • It is expensive bike.
  • The fuel gauge is not present.
  • Unresponsive transmission.
  • It’s a heavyweight.

This post was last modified on February 10, 2019 7:20 am

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