The Gunmetal grey variant gets a low fuel indicator. It is similar to the one present in Classic Signals edition. Existing customers can’t retrofit this indicator in their current classic 350 without manually drilling a hole in the tank.
The twin channel ABS is the obvious upgrade. Initially, the people were skeptical about the quality of ABS on a Royal Enfield. However, they are changing their perception with the success of Classic Signals Edition.
Right now, It is not clear whether all Classic 350 models are equipped with ABS. Despite that, they are expected to launch before the end of this year. So don’t buy a Classic 350 yet if your favourite colour is not available with ABS.
The Gun Metal Grey is available at a price of Rs 1.80 lakh (On-Road). The addition of the ABS will put the entire Classic 350 out of range for some people. However, the price of all the motorcycles will rise in the coming months, as a result, the level field will remain fair in the long run.
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Gunmetal Grey ABS still uses the LS-350 Air cooled engine. The motor produces 19.8 BHP of power at 5,250 RPM and 28 Nm of torque 4,000 RPM. The bike has a weight of 192 kg and a Ground Clearance of 135 mm.
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 series currently has no competition in the Indian market. However, it will soon go up against the upcoming 300cc Jawa Motorcycles.
BY: Yetnesh Dubey