New Gen RE Classic 350 Dealership Dispatches Commence
This next-generation model is expected to be a step up over its predecessor in every department.
The 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been spied undisguised again and dealership dispatches of the model seems to have commenced already.
A much-awaited 2-wheeler, the new generation Classic 350 will replace the best-selling 350cc motorcycle and will share many components with the Meteor 350.
This particular example, which is devoid of any logos or graphics, is painted in a shade of green and has reddish brown seats.
Looking very similar to the current generation Classic 350, the motorcycle gets tonnes of chrome bits. The mirrors, exhaust pipe, rear shocks and wheels are all nice and flashy.
Even the layout of the instrument panel has been kept similar to the current Classic 350, but, there are new components like the Tripper navigation assist and a small digital display along with a larger analogue dial.
Royal Enfield is expected to offer 2 variants of the motorcycle – 1 with wire-spoked wheels and the other with alloy rims. The variant with the alloy rims has been spotted with clear lens indicators as well.
Like the switchgear, the next-generation Classic 350 will also borrow the powertrain from the Meteor 350. Although the 349cc motor only makes 20.2 BHP and 27 Nm of torque, it has proven to be a refined mill that can produce decent shove. Enfield will offer twin disc brakes with ABS assist to help bring the bike to a halt.
With the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 dealership dispatches having commenced, expect the official unveil and subsequently the launch of the motorcycle to take place soon.