Royal Enfield Classic 350 Review

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is a category of motorcycle launched by a renowned Indian two-wheeler manufacturer Royal Enfield. The Classic 350 was first introduced in the year 2009 with its bigger brother, the Royal Enfield 500. However, the company made changes in the bike in accordance with the time.

The new gen of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been painted with new color scheme. Otherwise everything is same in the old and the new version of the Classic 350. The Royal Enfield Classic 350, further, has got the height and length of 1080 mm and 2150 mm respectively. Also, the motorbike is 790 mm wide having the weight of 187 kg. Besides, the front wheel and the rear wheel of the bike maintain gap of 1370 mm with each other and the bike is 140 mm far from the ground.

Moreover, Royal Enfield has powered the bike with single cylinder, 4 stroke, twin spark engine which is capable of producing maximum power of 19 bhp and maximum torque of 28 Nm along with displacement of 346 cc. Also, the Classic 350 uses carburetor for the delivery of fuel, whereas, its big brother, the 500 has been featured with EFI.

Furthermore, the Royal Enfield gets imported in Nepal under the dealership of Dugar Automobiles Private Limited.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 4,49,000

Dimension:

 Body Type

 Cruiser

 Weight

 187 kg

 Length

 2150 mm

 Height

 1080 mm
 Width
 790 mm

 Wheelbase

 1370 mm

 Ground Clearance

 140 mm

 

Engine:

 Fuel

 13 liters

 Engine Type

 Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Twinspark

 Maximum Power

 19 bhp

 Maximum Torque

 28 Nm

 Displacement

 346 cc

 Box X Stroke

 70 x 90 mm

 Starting System

 Electric/Kick

 Final Drive

 NA

 

Suspension:

 Front Suspension

 Telescopic, Hydraulic Damping, Stroke 130 mm

 Rear Suspension

 Swing-arm with Gas Shock Absorber, Stroke 80 mm

 Front Tyre

 3.25 x 19 inches

Rear Tyre

 110/90 x 18 inches

 

Brakes:

 Front Brake

 Disc

 Rear Brake

 Drum

 

Transmission:

 Transmission

 Manual

 No. of Gears

 5

 Clutch

 Wet Multi-plate

 

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