2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Launched in India

2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Launched in India. 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the second motorcycle under the all-new J-Platform and replaces the highly successful Royal Enfield Classic 350 with the Unit Construction Engine (UCE).

Price in India

2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 price start from Rs 1,84,374 (ex-showroom Delhi) for the single-channel ABS variant and it start from Rs 1,93,123 for one with dual-channel unit.

The UCE 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 starts from Rs 1,79,782 for the single-channel ABS variant and Rs 1,88,531 for the dual-channel ABS.

The Royal Enfield offers a three-year 30,000km warranty, and a one-year roadside assistance as standard.

Full variant-wise Price of the New Classic 350 :

2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 VariantsPrice (ex-showroom Delhi)Royal Enfield Classic 350 UCE VariantsLatest Price (ex-showroom Delhi)
Redditch Series with single-channel ABS: Grey, and Sage GreenRs 1,84,374Single-channel ABS: Chestnut Red, Ash, Mercury Silver, Redditch Red, Pure BlackRs 1,79,782
Halcyon Series with dual-channel ABS: Black, Green, and GreyRs 1,93,123Dual-channel ABS: Classic Black, Pure Black & Mercury SilverPure Black & Mercury Silver, Classic Black: Rs 1,88,531
Signals Series with dual-channel ABS: Desert Sand, and Marsh GreyRs 2,04,367Dual-channel ABS: Gunmetal GreyRs 2,03,480 (Alloy)Rs 1,90,555 (Spoke)
Dark Series with dual-channel ABS: Stealth Black, and Gunmetal GreyRs 2,11,465Dual-channel ABS: Signals edition (Airborne Blue & Stormrider Sand)Rs 1,99,777
Chrome Series with dual-channel ABS: Red, and BronzeRs 2,15,118Dual-channel ABS: Stealth Black & Chrome BlackRs 2,06,962
Dual-Channel ABS: Orange Ember & Metallo SilverRs 2,03,480
Full variant-wise Price of the New Classic 350

Mechanical Specifications

2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes with twin downtube spine frame and the new 349cc single-cylinder air-cooled, fuel-injected, counterbalanced motor.

The 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 produces the output of 20.2PS at 6100rpm and 27Nm at 4000rpm, but its fuelling and ignition have been recalibrated.

2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 also uses the 5-speed gearbox.

Royal Enfield claims the motorcycle can return a mileage of 37kmpl as per WMTC (World Motorcycle Test Cycle). 

Even the frame is new but Royal Enfield has retained the 1390mm wheelbase as the UCE Classic 350.

Instead of the 35mm telescopic front fork, the 2021 model is suspended on a 41mm unit with 130mm travel.

2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 gets a pair of twin emulsion shock absorbers with 6-stage preload adjustment at the rear, offering 90mm travel.

The UCE Classic 350 uses twin gas-charged units with 5-step preload adjustability with 80mm travel.

The 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes with the 300mm front and 270mm rear disc with dual-channel ABS and a 153mm rear drum is standard in the single-channel ABS variant. 

Royal Enfield has the wheel sizes (19-inch front and 18-inch unit at the rear), but has equipped the 2021 model with fatter Ceat Zoom Plus tyres at both ends.

Both spoke and alloy wheel variants are wrapped in 100/90 front and 120/80 rear as opposed to 90-section front and 110-section rear (spoke) / 120-section rear (alloy) in the outgoing model.

2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes with vintage dial-type switchgear and all-analogue instrument cluster has been replaced with a semi-digital unit.

The digital cluster shows the fuel level which is a first for the Classic 350, two tripmeters, Eco indicator, clock, and odometer readings.

Also there’s the optional Tripper Navigation, which is a smartphone-compatible turn-by-turn navigation unit.

The riding stance is similar to the older Classic 350 but the handlebars are slightly forward and lower. 

The fuel tank capacity has down this time from 13.5 litres to 13 litres.

2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 weighs the same as before, tipping the scales at 195kg (kerb).

The ground clearance of 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 has improved which is going from a 135mm in the UCE model to 170mm in the 2021 iteration.

At 805mm, the seat is a little tall, but the front profile is narrow, so it wouldn’t be too much of a task for shorter riders to manoeuvre.

The iconic sprung rider’s seat has made way for a conventional split seat setup that appears to have better cushioning.

The dual seats are standard, and Royal Enfield also offers a 32mm lower touring seat, and a sprung seat as part of the accessory list.

2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes with some other accessories include alloy wheels, eight crash guards, aluminium sump guard, touring screen, and a backrest.

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