Royal Enfield Classic 350

Royal Enfield Classic 350


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Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 1,93,080
* Delhi. May vary.


Our take on this /// Verdict
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is an ideal bike for those who want a solid, reliable and stylish ride. With its strong engine, good performance and pleasant aesthetics, it is an excellent choice for those who want a reliable and comfortable ride. It has the power to take on long journeys and can be a great option for those who want to go off the beaten track.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 price is Rs 1.93 lakh (starting ex-showroom price).


2024 Royal Enfield Classic 350 on road price is Rs 2.22 lakh in Delhi, Rs 2.30 lakh in Mumbai, Rs 2.25 lakh in Kolkata and Rs 2.28 lakh in Chennai. The prices mentioned here are approximate and we suggest you contact your nearest Royal Enfield dealership to get the exact on-road price quote in your city.
Latest Updates
Wednesday, 16 August 2023 07:46 AM

Royal Enfield has updated the prices of select motorcycles in the Indian market, and this affects one of its highest-selling products, the Classic 350. This motorcycle from the Chennai-based two-wheeler manufacturer is now available from Rs. 1,93,080 as against the Rs. 1,90,092 previously.

Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant 2024 Royal Enfield Classic 350 (New Model)
Availability Status in India Available
2-Wheeler Type Cruiser
Latest Price in India 2024 Royal Enfield Classic 350 price is Rs 1.93 lakh (starting ex-showroom price).
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Redditch Red, Redditch Sage Green, Redditch Grey, Halcyon Black, Halcyon Green, Halcyon Blue, Signals Marsh Grey, Signals Desert Sand, Dark Gunmetal Grey, Dark Stealth Black, Chrome Red, Chrome Bronze
Official Tagline Be Reborn
On Road Price 2024 Royal Enfield Classic 350 on road price is Rs 2.22 lakh in Delhi, Rs 2.30 lakh in Mumbai, Rs 2.25 lakh in Kolkata and Rs 2.28 lakh in Chennai. The prices mentioned here are approximate and we suggest you contact your nearest Royal Enfield dealership to get the exact on-road price quote in your city.
Fuel Economy
Build Quality
Value for Money
Engine Details 349cc, Air-Oil Cooled, 4-Stroke, Single Cylinder Engine
Fuel System Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
Cooling Air-Oil Cooled
Engine cc (Displacement) 349 cc
Maximum Power 20.2 HP @ 6100 rpm
Maximum Torque 27 Nm @ 4000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Emission Norms BS6-Compliant
Ignition Electronic Ignition ECU/Variable
Lubrication Wet Sump, Forced Lubrication
Compression Ratio 9.5 : 1
Bore 72 mm
Stroke 85.8 mm
Oil Grade SAE 15 W 50 API, SL Grade, JASo MA 2 Semi Synthetic
Air Cleaner Paper Element
Number of Gears 5
Gearbox Type Constant Mesh
Clutch Wet, Multi-Plate
Mileage Royal Enfield Classic 350 mileage is 35 kmpl (approximate).
Performance In terms of performance, the 350cc cruiser motorcycle can accelerate from 0-100 kmph in around 15 seconds.
Top Speed Royal Enfield Classic 350 top speed is 120 kmph (approximate).
Front Brake 300mm Disc, Twin Piston Floating Caliper
Rear Brake 153mm Drum, Single Piston Floating Caliper
ABS 1-Channel
Front Tyre 100/90-19 - 57P
Rear Tyre 120/80-18 - 62P
Front Wheel 19-inch
Rear Wheel 18-inch
Wheel Type Spoke
Tubeless Tyres
0-100 kmph 15 secs
Braking System 1-Channel ABS (Anti-lock Braking System)
Similar Bikes Jawa Classic 300, Jawa 42, Benelli Imperiale 400, Honda CB350 Highness, Jawa Perak, Bajaj Dominar 400
Front Suspension 41mm Telescopic Forks
Rear Suspension Twin Tube Emulsion Shock Absorbers with 6-Step Adjustable Preload
Frame (Chassis) Twin Downtube Spine Frame
Front Wheel Travel 130 mm
Rear Wheel Travel 80 mm
Overall Length 2145 mm
Overall Width 785 mm
Overall Height 1090 mm
Ground Clearance 170 mm
Seat Height 805 mm
Wheelbase 1390 mm
Kerb Weight 195 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 13 litres
Speedometer Analogue
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Neutral Indicator
Clock Digital
ABS Light
Fuel Gauge Digital
Global Positioning System (GPS) Optional
Low Battery Indicator
Engine Check Indicator
Mobile Phone Connectivity Via Bluetooth Tripper Navigation Available as an Optional Accessory
Pass Light
Battery Type VRLA (Maintenance Free)
Capacity 8 AH
Voltage 12V
Head Light 12V, H4-60/55W (Halogen)
Tail Light 12V, P21/5W
Turn Signal Light (Front) 12V, 10W x 2nos
Turn Signal Light (Rear) 12V, 10W x 2nos
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
USB Charging
Miscellaneous Information
Ex Showroom Price vs On Road Price Ex-Showroom Price is the Manufacturing Cost of the vehicle + Dealer/Seller Profit + GST (Goods and Service Tax) + Transportation Charges (from the manufacturing plant to the dealership). On the other hand, the On-Road Price is the actual cost you pay to the dealership to make the vehicle legal to run on the roads. It includes Ex-Showroom Price in your city + RTO Charges (Vehicle Registration) + One Time Road Tax + Insurance Charges. The On-Road Price also includes some optional things like if you opt for Genuine Accessories and Extended Warranty while buying a vehicle. Please note that the On-Road Price varies a lot across different states in India due to different percentage for the State Registration Charges.

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Royal Enfield Classic 350 Review

18 Jan, 2022 10:45 AM

Detailed Review by Maxabout Team


After leading the classic bike segment for over a decade, Royal Enfield has completely revamped the Classic 350. The bike is perfection personified on two wheels for its enthusiasts. Despite some flaws, the Classic 350 was able to connect with Desi motorcyclists and is now one of the most desired two-wheelers on the market in India.

The brand intends to entice a new generation of buyers and keep its competitors at bay with the next-generation Classic 350. The recently launched bike has entered the Indian two-wheeler market, featuring numerous aesthetic and technical upgrades over its predecessor.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Design & Style

In terms of design, the new Classic 350 has stayed essentially identical to that of its predecessors while remaining relevant for a new generation of riders. It retains design elements including a round headlamp, a circular shape for the rear-view mirrors, a curved fuel tank, a split-style seat, and a side-slung exhaust.

However, there are slight changes to the features, like the headlight being a multi-reflector one that offers an enhanced level of lighting for illuminated night rides, the alphanumeric design of the teardrop fuel tank, the strengthened grab rail for the pillion rider, and the compact taillight unit and a USB charging slot.

Moreover, built on the twin downtube spine frame, the new model has a sound body with measurements of 1090mm in height, 785mm in width, 2145mm in length, 805mm in seat height, and 1390mm in wheelbase. In addition, the kerb weight of the motorcycle is 195 kg, with 170 mm of ground clearance.

Talking about the available paint schemes for this bike, there are 12 beautiful colour choices like Chrome Red, Chrome Bronze, Dark Stealth Black, Dark Gunmetal Grey, Signals Marsh Grey, Signals Desert Sand, Halcyon Green, Halcyon Black, Halcyon Grey, Redditch Sage Green, Redditch Red, and Redditch Grey.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Instrument Console

Looking forward to the instrument console of the bike, it gets major updates as it now comes equipped with an LCD that offers plenty of information related to the odometer, trip meter, eco indicator, fuel gauge, and clock. The updated console blends the elegance of an analogue speedometer with the practicality of an LCD.

The company's Tripper navigation display is available as an optional extra on the top-spec Chrome model. It replaces the previous bike's low fuel warning light. This method works when connected to the Royal Enfield app and uses Google Maps data. However, it does not provide you with any call or SMS notifications.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Engine and Gearbox

When it comes to the power of the new Classic 350, it gets the same J series Meteor engine, which is BS-VI compliant and a 349cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke engine that uses an electronic fuel injection system. The pushrod-valve system of the original Classic is replaced by a SOHC two-valve head, and the engine remains air/oil-cooled. This engine is mated with a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox and is capable of churning out 20.2 HP of max power at 6100 rpm and 27 Nm of max torque at 4000 rpm.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Brakes, Suspension & Tyres

The braking duties in the newly launched Classic 350 are handled by a 300mm front disc brake with a twin-piston floating calliper and a 270mm rear disc brake with a single-piston floating calliper. The two variants of the motorcycle, Redditch Sage Green and Redditch Grey come equipped with single-channel ABS, while all other variants come equipped with dual-channel ABS.

As far as the suspension is concerned, the RE Classic 350 gets 41mm front telescopic forks and twin-tube emulsion shock absorbers with a 6-step adjustable preload rear suspension. This cruiser bike rides on 100/90-19-57P front and 120/80-18-62P rear CEAT tyres.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Top Speed and Mileage

Looking forward to the top speed of the motorcycle, it has the capability of accelerating from 0-100 kmph in 15 seconds and reaching a top speed of 120 kmph approximately, which is appreciable because it gets a large kerb weight. The bike offers such a smooth ride that vibration is almost zero. The rider can only feel a slight vibration while the speed crosses 80 kmph.

Talking further about the mileage it offers, the Classic 350 has a 13-litre fuel tank capacity and the mileage is 32-35 kmpl in the city and 36-38 kmpl on the highway approximately. However, the mileage can vary depending on the terrain and driving style of the users.

Verdict - Should You Buy Royal Enfield Classic 350?

The new Royal Enfield Classic 350 has some significant changes, which make the bike more attractive and more powerful. The new engine and emissions, which they have accomplished admirably since the Meteor and Classic 350, were designed in tandem with the new-age standards in mind. Despite its vintage design, the result is a product that feels newer and more put together.

Also, talking about some drawbacks, it has some difficulty with the front brakes as it needs some extra force, and another thing that should be noted is the issue of a heavy clutch. Aside from that, there is nothing that needs to be fixed. In other words, we can say the positives of the bike outweigh the negatives. Like the previous RE Classic bikes, it is also expected to be the most popular in its segment.

Questions and Answers

Most Popular Answers for Royal Enfield Classic 350
Does the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Dark Gunmetal Grey version come with any special features or accessories?
14 September 2023 05:25

Depending on the specific model year and edition, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Dark Gunmetal Grey variant may include unique styling elements or limited-edition accessories. It's advisable to check with the dealership for the latest features.

Is the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Dark Gunmetal Grey version available in both single-channel and dual-channel ABS variants?
14 September 2023 05:24

Yes, Royal Enfield typically offers the Dark Gunmetal Grey color option in both single-channel ABS and dual-channel ABS variants, providing riders with safety choices.

Can I Ride Royal Enfield Classic 350 Daily 100 Kilometres?
13 September 2023 04:19

Yes, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 is a comfortable cruiser and also, and the seat itself is also shaped differently: it’s not sprung and the foam is firmer. This makes the riding position actually a lot more comfortable now. Pillions will appreciate the comfortable and spacious rear seat too, which comes as standard. It’s soft enough, but not so soft that you sink into it and your backside starts complaining.

Which is better, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 or the Meteor 350?
13 September 2023 04:17

Royal Enfield Classic 350 is a great bike in fact that RE engineers and designers have maintained the charming DNA of its predecessor but without the niggles. It was very easy for the brand to overdo the iconic Classic 350, but they have managed to find the right balance and the updates have been done only where required. On the other hand, the new J Platform motor is a clear step change from the UCE, making the Meteor 350 a far more well-rounded motorcycle than any of the previous 350s. It’s not just the engine, the gearbox feels more grown up too and the bike handles itself and its weight rather well.

What about the design of the Royal Enfield Classic 350?
13 September 2023 04:13

Royal Enfield Classic 350 looks quite similar to its previous generations, still feeling fresher through its minor design tweaks. It keeps the classic aesthetic with slight stylistic modifications but also has current technology. The headlight features a clear lens with a reworked casing. On a closer look, one can clearly notice that its tank, fenders, and even side panels are redesigned.

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User Reviews for Royal Enfield Classic 350

Reviews Submitted by Maxabout Community

Customer Service Can Be Improved

Gorakhnath Yadav | 2 years ago
helpful 0

Bahut achchi bike hai and other bike ke tulna me kafi damdar hone ke sath ek khas andaj hai. I am so happy maine ye bike ride ki hai ur purchase kiya.

Best Features: Very Nice and Good Looking Bike

Pros: GPS Navigation System Added by Compny

Cons: Price Range So High

Value For Money
Customer Service

Do not think, just buy it...

ankur - | One year ago
helpful 27

I am 6'2" young man from Junagadh district gujarat ,just bought 350 classic from junagadh outlet. It is a beautiful bike. I have ash one. when I read review before buying i disappointed about bike quality but when i ride, I never find any problem even a small one. Bike vibrates a bit between 50-60 kmph then after 60 it goes like butter (I don't care about it and it isn't a big issue). I didn't find any loosen part(review said about loosen bolt ) Bike milage is about 40-45 asper driving i drove in mixed traffic(327km/8lit still not in reserve) Great Performance ,metal body,and its enfield Follow user manual ,drive safe,and enjoy yours bull.Definitely u won't disappointed....just buy it.

Best Features: Metal body, build quality, looks, and best one is mileage (327km /8 litre still not in reserve mode)

Pros: Almost every thing. Metal body, looks,thump....many more....

Cons: Fuel gauge (no need), brakes should be improved

Value For Money
Customer Service

My Dream Bike

arjun rana | 3 years ago
helpful 9

It is really a great experience to have this bike. The acceleration is un-matched, it reaches up to 60 kmph under 7-9 seconds. The riding position is amazing if you want to go for long trips. The pillion seat is also very comfortable which is quite helpful in long journeys. As far as design is concerned, it is praiseworthy and impressive. The company has done a great paint job. Fuel economy is perfect and its pick-up is also very note-worthy. The engine performance is good, but needs attention towards the oil seals. Gearbox and clutch leakages needs to be repaired. Lack of fuel gauge is another missing feature in this bike. They need to add disc brakes for the rear wheels, it can boost confidence in the rider while having long journeys.

Best Features: Good Pick-up and Handling

Pros: Stylish, comfortable pillion seat, perfect paint job, good pick-up, good handling, perfect for off road riding

Cons: Bad gearbox, loose oil-seals, expensive, lacks trip meter and tachometer, no fuel gauge, absence of rear disc brakes

Value For Money
Customer Service

Powerful Machine and Best Buy

Kunaal Goel | 8 years ago
helpful 2

Buying Enfield Classic 350 is one of the best decision I have made during my college days. I fall in love with it the day I took first ride. Initially, I was frightened to kick start the motorcycle but it started at the first attempt. I can't compare my motorcycle with any other sports bike as its looks are amazing, performance is great and most of all it is an fuel efficient machine. Only problem I faced (which is actually faced by pillion passenger) is discomfort during long journey. Periodical service is the prime thing you should take care of.

Best Features: Appearance I must Say

Pros: Fuel efficient, Great ergonomics, Powerful engine, Stunning looks, Easier electric and kick start

Cons: Rusting while rainy season, Vibration below 60 kmph, Gear shifting problem

Value For Money
Customer Service


yogesh dhawde | 8 years ago
helpful 1


Best Features: POWER.



Value For Money
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Royal Enfield Classic 350 Comments

User Comments
6 years ago

plz help me choose between RE CLASSIC 350 VS UM RENEGADE COMMANDO MOJAVE

7 years ago

All my brother's are telling that it won't suit for u better choose other or gain some weight. So what should I do now please give ur feedback @ [email protected] I am waiting for ur response

7 years ago

Guys I am lean and my weight is 50kg will it suit for me

7 years ago

Hello all, I am 48 year, 58 kg weight and the hight of 5.4 - I am planning to buy a Classic 350 - is it suitable for me. kindly advice

7 years ago

Classic 350 or Bullet 350 ....
Which is better Guys..Help me out

7 years ago

shall i buy this tractor i am a farmer?

7 years ago

As would you referred bikes are easily get struck as well it not come along life even I'm using r15 it has many problems when you compare with classic I damn agree,classic is the best one when you compare with some other...just hope yourself dude ..mean days there are many sport competitive bikes arrived but no one can copy the style of bullet we guys are really pride to ride the machine...

7 years ago

This bike has poor build quality and maintenance will be expensive. Although its a wonderful experience riding this bike its hard to maintain.

Mukkamala Ramu
8 years ago

Royal Enfield Classic 350

weight is more 187kgs for normal body commuters .good bike since hp and trq are at 5200 and 4000rpm .Right now I want to have it but weght is 190kgs I am comfortable with 150kgs

8 years ago

Royal Enfield bikes are really shitty and I think it's about time they start working on quality issues and respecting their customers just as much as they respect RE! I mean there's not even a single thing that can be pointed proudly towards as a good feature of the bike. All there's left of it is the fan following, that too built up by the earlier and the older models when technically no other bike existed in India.

However, these retarded production heads at RE still think that building the bike with the same technology and principles as was it about 15 years ago can bode well in today's world, but well, it simply doesn't! For a bike that takes up 2 months, 4 months, and even up to 8 months to get to the user, virtually no errors or flaws can be expected out of it, but very obviously that isn't the case, is it? However if these bikes are produced by machines independently, with least possible amount of human intervention in the process of making, these bikes would actually turn out to be better in terms of quality.

That being said, there still are a lot of families in India for whom a vehicle like this might be the only vehicle that they ever own, but the cost of maintenance would strip them bare naked before they decide to give up on this bike. So doesn't RE even once think about providing the customers with a product that can actually put a smile on their faces instead of draining down their resources in the name of maintenance? These bikes are now the furthest thing imaginable from being reliable and dependable.

With all that said, there's still a part of us that has faith in RE for the mere love for the bikes and the way we have connected with them over the years, for only and only that emotion alone binds us with these bikes. It would always be nice and appreciated if the one thing you love is waiting halfway for you too, which the RE's are simply not, and it is really heart breaking. It would be really nice to see for RE to posses a certain sense of generosity and consideration towards the customers too!

This might just be a very personal opinion and I understand that only a few people few here will agree to this and the rest will be in a massive state of denial but I expect you to consider that I respect your right to believe whatever you want to believe, but I am in under no such obligations to respect what you believe! All I'm simply trying to say is that THE FANS DESERVE BETTER!

M Rahul Singha
8 years ago

Anyone please help me which bike is best Pulsar RS 200 ABS, KTM 390 or Royal Enfield Classic350

Muniappan Kariyan
8 years ago

New model bullet iwant

george lepcha
8 years ago

I have already booked RE Ash White 350cc a week ago....but don't kw how it helps me...the king of Road....plz give some suggestions hw to ride this beast....

george lepcha
8 years ago

Hi frns...i have just booked RE Classic ash white on 22.06.15 that's yesterday. I was riding 220 pulsar and R15. But then I want to experience sth new riding . I have chosen RE....the king of Roads.....lets see...any suggestions...

9 years ago



This review
is from a amateur who just got his first Royal Enfield bike and rode
for 4000kms. Royal Enfield as a brand has a high value in indian market
as being the oldest bike

manufacturer in india as well as people living here have great emotional connection towards this brand.

But I never expected to own one in my life
as I prefered sports bike over cruisers as they are more live and fun.
Although I own Pulsar 135LS, I have ridden Cbr 250, karizma zmr,

duke 200, pulsar 200 NS, fz v1 and gixxer a couple of times thanks to
my kind hearted friends. I got my eyes on Royal Enfield when the subject
Touring came to my mind. As you

know, sports bike have
harder seats and tight suspensions which makes them poor for long
rides. I needed something which was under my budget and which goes on
and on

without having engine out of breath.

When I spoke to my dad about taking a new bike such as avenger and
karizma, he just ignored by saying' u already have a bike, why do u need
a new one. Take a car(am having

job)'. But am a biker . so I researched and came into conclusion of
buying a royal enfield. When I informed my dad about, to my surprise the
response I got from was the most

heart warming .'Royal
enfield!. Thats very good.' . my dad worked(currently retired) as
Circle inspector and has a history with Royal Enfield Bikes. Infact, he
was more excited

to buy the bike than I was.

We visited the showroom and decided to buy classic 350 as its style was
more appealing. We paid an advance of Rs.5000 to Prince motors,
palakkad, kerala to book silver classic

350 and the
bike got delivered within 3 months waiting period. Oh man what a site it
was to see royal enfield'the king of the roads' standing in my house.

The first 500kms is very crucial for any new bikes as its the time
where the engines get set. Also if there is any complaint with bike we
have to inform it in start itself else in

future its
going to be costly. Me and dad tamed the beast to run under 50 although
the manual says we can go on 60kmph and after crossing 500 we went upto
70 as per manual.

But after first service
tappet noise started to arise when I gave more acceleration. This
really hurted me as new bike giving problems at the starting can cause
to anyone. When

inquired with showroom, this was their
reply'the new engines come with hydraulic tappets which cannot be
adjusted by us and is strictly prohibited by company. It will be

automatically corrected when you ride the bike continously'. I hope it
does! because Royal Enfield is not a brand that stands for technology

After second service the bike returned a mileage of 33kmpl which was
way below the company claimed one although I rode at 70kmph. The biggest
thing I liked about the bike

was its engine
performance, the more distance it covered more smoother it became. Self
start even though was present became useless as it works only
occassionally . it felt like

the battery dosent have
enough juice to start 350cc engine. Headlights have powerful beam which
is good for night driving. The rider seats have springs which acts as
extra shock

absorbers and thus provide more comfort.
The pillion seats though is narrow and will definitely cause pain after
50 to 60kms. The new UCE engine is light and entire bike has

reduced weight and its very easy to navigate in traffic. I didnt like
the fit and finish though since the nuts and bolts started to come off
due to vibration and you might never know

when something is missing. In my place, the silencer nut and chain
guard nut was lost after a long ride. The paint quality is also another
issue as one little scratch will peel off the


On Dec 20th and 21st 2014 I made a chennai to Bangalore and reverse in
my bull covering almost 800kms in two days and the bike performed well.
But I was not happy as

although the engine was 350cc I
could only cruise the bike at speed of 80kmph and after that vibration
was in excess. Comon. a wide open 6lane straight road and you still move

like a turtoise. I envyed the CBR250 and KTM Guys who
flew past me through these open roads. And the biggest problem was a
heart breaker. The rim got bent when I ran

through a
huge pot hole and bike began to wobble like anything. thanks to chennai
road.(I have run my pulsar like anything but it didnt give it a
scratch.! this is the quality of steel RE guys give? I have my pulsar
135 to bangalore through

same highway and there was no
problem at all). Another thing that iritated me was tappet noise, after
70 tappet noise will become high.

As one good rider
once said. Take a royal enfield with heart and not mind. And thats truly
said as this bike is not perfect in any means . it got problems which
makes many buyers

to back away but once you ride on it
the whole world will envy upon on you. The sound of beats will become
music to your ears. Clutch and brakes like the strings of a guitar. Its

upto you whether you wanna play hard metal or melody.

Yes, there are more better bikes such as CBR, Pulsar, R15, Avenger etc
for this price and if you are not a big fan of RE, then surely you must
not take it. This bike has more cons

than pros no matter how mad a RE fan suggest you to buy.

Ride safe . Ride long.

Sachin P

An Enfield Rider

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Silver(2014 model)

9 years ago

Purchased a classic 350 recently. Shock absorbers at moment looks stiff and former users say it will get softer day by day.

Ashok Kumar Giri
9 years ago

Classic 350 ka prise kam karo madar chod wana nahi bikegi apni maa chudwao

Ashok Kumar Giri
9 years ago

iski maa ka bur

Ashok Kumar Giri
9 years ago

madar chod gadi hai

Santanu Gope
9 years ago

What's the difference between Sports bike and Cruiser?

9 years ago

Guys..pls let me knw whtr the spares n maintainance are costly for RE 350 planning to buy it....please guide me.....

9 years ago

Purchasing the "ROYAL ENFIELS" is not a big mega buck expenditure but the maintenance would be tedious and time-consuming. How many "Enfield Service centres" are in Mumbai ?

9 years ago

Can any one tell me?? Have they really added larger fuel tank in classic 350 like 500????

Pushprajsinh Rana
10 years ago

Which is the best colour in royal enfield classic 350? ???

10 years ago

RE needs to concentrate more on the chrome finishes in the bike. nuts n bolts and joints in silencer gets rusted sooner, also the quality of the wheel makes u bit worried. older formats doesnt have this problem but in new classic they need to work on the minor parts...

Over all the Bike is awsome and gives u the feel of a King of Roads while u pass by any vehicle...

10 years ago

is der any vibrations in d byke?

10 years ago

Hi, I want to know if I can get Bullet Classic in Sky blue color

10 years ago

i have pulser and platina bike but i like royalenfield sooo much but am very about mileage

10 years ago

how much give mileage
classic 350

10 years ago

RE classic 350 is awesOme yaar...if u r in dream...den plzz go 4 it.

Rahul Kharkwal
10 years ago

I have pulsar200ns but i shall buy it

10 years ago

plz tell me the top speed of classic 350 if anyone of you got it..............!!

its not important to me for buying it but i just want to know!!

i am fan of a classic 350

10 years ago

Guys.. How is Battle green model & What is the On-road price of Battle Green model in Bangalore..

10 years ago

is there a militry green clr for classic 350 plz reply

10 years ago

Do me a Favour to select the byk Btwmn- bullet classic 350 & r15 ver.-2

10 years ago

I really want to buy a classic 350..but from some sources i heard that The new bikes had a lot of complaints mainly oil leakage problem. is it true.? But I still believe that it would gave me a royal ride...!! can i go for it...??? guys pls help..!

10 years ago

i booked classic 350cc .......but most them saying this bike is complaint it true pls let ,me know
i like it look ways....

10 years ago

i want to know which bullet is best classic 350 and std 350 UCE PLEASE friend tell me

mr. kumar
10 years ago

booked one classic 350 for me here in bhopal. on-road price is 132000. waiting period is max. 3 months.

mr. kumar
10 years ago

booked classic 350 black yesterday from bhopal on road price is 132000 rs. waiting period is 3 months.

10 years ago

freat stylish bikeee

10 years ago

Does Royal Enfield classic 350 comes with a fuel meter or fuel indicator??

Deepak Anandrao Gole
10 years ago

2nd June, 2013 i was booked my RE Classic 350, but the very worst period is start now....
They told me the delivery will got at Diwali but not conform.....

10 years ago

royalenfirld always rockzzzzzzz

10 years ago

Its Really Good One....

10 years ago

iv'e got my classic 350 in jan was a great experience riding that bull from showroom to my home.. the feeling was great..everyone was staring at me.. best bike in indian market..go on guys.. mileage is also good..around 35kmpl..

Daeshim Wazir
11 years ago


11 years ago

classic 350 nice Bike

11 years ago

love to drive

11 years ago

Great Bike.... Nice Look

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