The BS6 Royal Enfield Classic 350 retains the same classic-inspired design and styling of the previous model. However, it is available in new paint schemes that differentiate it from the previous model. There is the Stealth Black, Chrome Black, Signals Airborne Blue, Signals Stormrider Sand, Gunmetal Grey and Classic Black colour options. Furthermore, the Stealth Black and Gunmetal Grey colours are equipped with alloy wheels as standard while the other variants sport spoke wheels.

Royal Enfield has increased the asking price of the Classic 350 once again, charging an additional Rs 1,837 for the retro roadster. The single-channel ABS version of the Classic 350 now costs Rs 1,61,688 while prices for the dual-channel ABS variant start from Rs 1,69,617 and go all the way up to Rs 1,86,319 (ex-showroom).


The Royal Enfield Classic 350 BS6 is powered by a 346cc fuel-injected motor producing 19.3PS at 5250rpm and 28Nm 4000rpm. In comparison, the BS4-compliant 346cc carburetted engine makes 20PS at 5250rpm and 28Nm at 4000rpm. It works alongside a 5-speed transmission. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 BS6 is built on a single downtube frame with the engine as the stressed member. It employs a 35mm telescopic front fork and a pair of gas-charged shock absorbers at the rear. The bike comes with 19-inch front and 18-inch rear spoke or alloy wheels. The spoke wheel variant rides on 90-section front and 110-section rear tubed tyres whereas the alloy wheel variant uses 90-section front and 120-section rear tubeless tyres. Brakes include a 280mm front disc and a 240mm rear disc with dual-channel ABS. Some variants feature single-channel ABS with the rear using a 153mm drum brake instead of a disc.


Ever since its launch in 2009, the design of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 has remained almost similar. Over the years, Royal Enfield did add new variants like the Redditch Edition, Gunmetal Grey and more recently, the Signals Edition and then the BS6-compliant range. Except for the BS6-compliant iteration, all the other variants featured only cosmetic changes. Despite looking a bit long in the tooth, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 is still the brand’s best-selling motorcycle. This speaks volumes about how customers prefer the design to remain unchanged.


  • Engine: 346 cc
  • Emission Type: BS6
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Battery Type: Maintenance Free
  • Power: 20.07 PS @ 5250 rpm
  • Gears: 5 Speed
  • ABS: Dual Channel
  • Wheels: Spoke
  • Tyre: Tube
  • Kerb Weight: 195 kg
  • Engine: 346 CC
  • Transmission: manual

In terms of competition, the Classic 350 rivals against the Bajaj Dominar 400 and the Jawa Standard.

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