Compared to the overseas version of BS4, the BS6 Royal Enfield Classic 350 is more expensive at around Rs. 11,000 and receives fuel injection, alloy wheels and more.
Royal Enfield has announced the BS6 Classic 350 version prices. At a price of Rs 1.65 lakh (previous showroom), the BS6 Classic 350 with a two-channel ABS system costs around Rs. 11,000 more than the released BS4 version with dual-channel ABS.
Along with engine updates, in the form of a fuel injection system that replaces the carburetor in the BS4 model, to meet the following BS6 emission standards, the updated Classic 350 also has two new color options: Stealth Black and Black Chrome Pre-offered paint options Signals Airbo
e Blue Signals Stormrider Sand, Gunmetal Gray, and Classic Black will still be available. Stealth Black or Gunmetal Gray bikes will come with alloy wheels and tires without a standard camera.
344 cm 344 cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine has been tuned to produce 19.8 hp and 28 Nm of torque. Although RE has yet to reveal the BS6 output numbers, it has stated that the electronic fuel injection system will help improve the purification process, driving ability and ability to constantly start to chill. The brand also provides tuning and optimization of power delivery and torque for better performance.
The bike manufacturer took this opportunity to launch a new after-sales service initiative for all its BS6 models: the package includes a three-year and three-year warranty on the road.
Bookings for BS6 Royal Enfield Classic 350 started yesterday, at Rs 10,000.
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