Royal Enfield (RE) is definitely a name than many motorists are already familiar with. The retro styled modern motorcycles has a large fan base. Royal Enfield recently launched the all-new 2021 version of their popular Classic series motorcycle. Prices for the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 start at Rs 1.84 lakh, ex-showroom. RE Classic is now available in five trims. They are namely Redditch, Halcyon, Signals, Dark and Chrome. Here we have a video where a vlogger shows all the variants and almost all the colours in which the 2021 RE Classic will be available.
The video has been published by Pradeep on Wheels on his YouTube channel. The video starts with the Halcyon Grey colour. It is actually a very unique looking shade and enhances the retro look of the motorcycle. Next is the Halcyon Black and Halcyon Green shade. They also look quite retro with golden pinstriping and RE branding on the tank.
Right next to the Halcyon is the chrome version which is the most expensive version in Classic 350’s line up. The Classic Chrome version is priced at Rs 2.15 lakh, ex-showroom. In this video, vlogger shows both Chrome Bronze and Chrome Red version. Moving ahead, he shows Signals version of Classic 350. It is available in Signals Marsh Grey and Signals Desert Sand shade. Both these shades are shown in the video.
Other than this, vlogger also shows the Dark version in Black and Grey. Out of all the five versions, only the Dark versions get alloy wheels as standard. In this video Redditch version which comes in Redditch Sage Green and Redditch Grey shade were not shown. Royal Enfield is offering the Classic series in 13 colours.
Although, the Classic 350 looks similar to the older version, Royal Enfield has completely changed the motorcycle. It is now based on a new platform and comes with a revised 350-cc engine as well. The engine is the same unit that we have also seen in Meteor 350 and generates similar power and torque. RE is offering Classic 350 with both single channel and double channel ABS.
Royal Enfield Classic 350 now comes with a new digital instrument cluster which shows notifications like fuel level, odometer, trip meter readings. Royal Enfield is also offering Tripper Navigation with Classic 350 as an option in lower variants. Tripper Navigation is available as standard with Chrome series only. Some of the switches on the handle bar have been borrowed from Meteor 350 which got launched in the market last year.
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 with the new engine and frame has become a lot more refined. There are less vibrations when compared to the previous generation and the handling has also improved. Due to new emission norms, the motorcycle has definitely lost its thud sounding exhaust note but, overall it doesn’t sound that bad as well.
Prices for the new Royal Enfield Classic variants wise is Rs 1.84 lakh for Redditch, Rs 1.93 lakh for Halcyon, 2.04 lakh for Signals, Rs 2.11 lakh for Dark and Rs 2.15 lakh for chrome. Bookings have already started and bikes have also reached many dealerships across the country. The motorcycle now comes with 3 year standard warranty with 1 year Roadside Assistance (RSA).