2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350
The sticker on the fuel tank looks a bit off, but this is a pre-production mule after all

The 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been spied undisguised once again ahead of its official unveil.

Looking production-ready, the 350cc motorcycle does not look dissimilar to the motorcycle it is poised to replace.

Royal Enfield would have concluded it best to take this conservative approach, for the current-generation Classic 350 is the best-selling model in its lineup.

However, that is not to say Enfield has not revised anything. Since the bike now sits on a new platform, every panel has to have been worked upon, but deliberately designed to look similar to the current model.

Although the obvious notable difference is with the split seats (the rider’s saddle does not sport springs anymore), the headlight cowl, fuel tank, tail lamp and indicators are new as well.

Test mules of the Classic 350 have been spotted sporting clear lens indicators, but, others, like the one pictured above, have old school orange lens jobbies.

While it is well known that the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 will sport the Meteor 350’s 349cc motor (that puts out a maximum of 20.2 BHP and 27 Nm peak torque) and 5-speed transmission, the bike also has a better-looking exhaust system.

Unlike the current model which sprouted a small catbox next to the exhaust outlet, the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 will have a traditional silencer that looks much better.

Expected to be launched very soon, the new Classic 350 is expected to come equipped with the Tripper navigation system, plentiful colour schemes, optional alloy wheels and accessories like a flyscreen, among others.

It will sit below the Meteor 350 and likely cost around Rs. 1.70 lakhs (ex-showroom) when it gets launched eventually.

2020 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Colours Metallo Silver
The current model found over 40,800 takers in January 2021

Source – RushLane.com