2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 accessories shown in a walkaround video

Royal Enfield (RE) recently launched the all-new Classic 350 series motorcycle in the market. Classic 350 is one of the most popular and best selling motorcycle for the brand. We did spend some time with the new Classic 350 and the detailed review for the same is available on our website. If you want to check detailed review of Classic 350 motorcycle on our website, click here. The deliveries for the new Royal Enfield Classic 350 has already begun and Royal Enfield is also offering a wide range of accessories with the motorcycle. Here we have a video which shows what all are these accessories.

The video has been uploaded by Vi Vlogs on their YouTube channel. The video shows a range of accessories that are available with the Classic 350 from the dealership. The first accessory shown in the video is the sump guard or a bash plate. This actually protects the engine from dirt or rocks while riding on rough road conditions or on road trips. Next accessory is a touring which is a lot more comfortable and offers decent amount of support to the rider.

Royal Enfield is also offering a crash guard for the Classic 350. It comes in both black and chrome finishes depending upon the version one chooses. A rear luggage rack, back rest mount, pillion back rest, springs under the rider seat like older RE motorcycles. Royal Enfield has also started offering exhausts for Classic 350.

Classic 350 also gets wider foot pegs, side pannier, bar end mirrors and alloy wheels. All these accessories that are shown in the video are RE’s genuine accessories and are legal as well. RE is only offering alloy wheel as standard with the Dark series motorcycles. All the other versions get spoke wheels. All these accessories that are shown in the video increase the price of the motorcycle by Rs 26,750.

Royal Enfield is now available in five versions. There is Redditch which is the entry level version at Rs 1.84 lakh, ex-showroom. This version is available with single channel ABS only. The other versions of Classic 350 are  Halcyon Series at Rs. 1.93 lakh, ex-showroom, Signals Series at Rs. 2.04 lakh, ex-showroom, Dark Series at Rs 2.11 lakh, ex-showroom and the top-end Chrome series at Rs 2.15 lakh, ex-showroom. Only the top-end Chrome version gets Tripper Navigation function. All the other version get this feature as an accessory only.

RE comes with several changes when compared with the older version. The main difference is the engine and the platform itself. The motorcycle is based on their new J-platform that has made the motorcycle a lot more refined and improved the handling. The motorcycle comes with a revised engine which we first saw on Meteor 350. The engine generates 20.2 Bhp and 27 Nm of peak torque.

The engine is a lot more refined and vibration free and other changes include a revised instrument cluster with digital meter showing fuel level, odometer readings, trip meter and so on. Royal Enfield is also working couple of other motorcycles like a Himalayan based scrambler and 650-cc cruiser. Both these motorcycles have been spotted testing several times.


Ajeesh Kuttan

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