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Royal Enfield Classic 350 to be on the Market

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The testing for the Royal Enfield Classic 350 is on the begin. There were two test bodies seen beside each other with the new upgrades added. Let’s talk about the test specifications of the bike. These bikes were seen with pillion and luggage.

The powertrain of the bike delivers a displacement of 346ccs. The power provided by the engine is 20.07 PS, which seems to be quite a satisfying one. The torque given by the power train is 28 Nm. The mileage offered by the engine is 40. 8kmpl, and this too, is adequate with the present scenario of the market.

The bike has given better handling on various routes by the double-disc. The new technology has also given tubeless tires. It is expected that the variants are two for the upcoming option. The engine is also estimated to be bigger than before.

The instrument console is also upgraded with semi-digital units all over the panel. The digital screen supports the dual trip meter, fuel gauge, and odometer. There are unique dials instead of the engine kill switch and also the clock. There is an analog speedometer.

The Royal Enfield gives an eve of old school vibe. The price of the bike is expected to be Rs. 1.8 lakhs. The competitors for the Royal Enfield will be Jawa standard, Jawa Forty Two, and 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400.

The Classic 350 has a single-cylinder four-stroke twin spark engine. The body type is a heavy cruiser design. Dual-channel ABS provide security. The cooling system is air-cooled for abetter performance. The clutch is a wet, multi-plate thing. It gives a manual transmission of five speedway. The ignition is Transistorised coil Ignition. There is a lack of fuel gauge and mobile connectivity.

Comfort is the best thing to look about in a bike. Here, you will get the twin gas-charged shock absorbers with five steps adjustable preload. The headlight is a halogen type, and the taillight is LED. There are also low fuel and battery indicators. The front suspensions are fork telescopic. There is also the kick as well as self-start system which is normal to the market.

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Madhav Kumar is a student at BIT Sindri pursuing Electrical Engineering and has great interest in writing and research. He wants to share his experience with more people and also, learn from them.

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