The short video shows us the bike's instrument console on startup
- The clip gives us a glimpse of the new colour.
- The new model features tripper navigation and a digital inset with a fuel gauge, clock, and two trip meters.
- Also gets a service due indicator.
We’ve seen several spy images of the upcoming 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 over the past year, but never once as close. A new clip that has leaked online brings us up close and personal with the revamped classic cruiser. It shows the bike being switched on and the console coming to life. Shift your focus from the console, and you’ll also notice a new green paint scheme similar to the one previously available on the Bullet 350.
Coming back to the console. The clip shows the new analogue-digital console on the 2021 Classic 350 with a digital inset placed smack in between and RE’s tripper navigation pod to the right. The digital inset features readouts like two trip meters, an odometer, a fuel gauge (finally), a clock, a service due indicator, and what looks like an Eco indicator. Another noticeable change is the speedometer itself, which appears to be more legible than before.
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While the bike’s overall design language screams Classic, it does get many minor updates to keep it looking fresh and up-to-date with the current trends. For instance, the seats, tail light, fuel tank, and exhaust have been redesigned. You get adjustable brake and clutch levers for ease of use, rotary dials on the switchgear, a new flatter and wider headlamp, and clear lens turn indicators.
Expect the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 to debut in May this year. It is likely to carry a sticker price of around Rs 1.7 lakh and will compete against the Benelli Imperiale 400 and Honda H’Ness CB350.