Everything you need to know about Royal Enfield’s most popular bike in one place!
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 has enjoyed a dominant position in the Indian market, despite its barebones internals. It has garnered such popularity that to this day, it remains the brand’s highest selling motorcycle. That said, early last year the company updated the motorcycle with new cosmetics and the addition of much-needed safety feature. In case you are buying the motorcycle, and here are five stories that should help you in making the decision.
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Signals was the first motorcycle in the manufacturer’s lineup to come equipped with dual-channel ABS. While it didn’t see any further mechanical changes, it carried a similar paint scheme as the limited-edition Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus edition.
With its retro looks and the addition of a much safety update, the Classic Signals looks like a fine addition to anyone’s garage. But how does it actually perform in real-world conditions? We recently took the Classic 350 Signals for a spin to find out just that.
While the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Signals Edition is a vintage take on modern motorcycles, the Dominar is a modern take on the same. Both are built to munch miles comfortably, without burning a large hole into your pocket. But which one are you better off with? We compare the numbers of the two to find out.
Impressed with the RE offering so far? Tempted to pull the trigger? Hold that thought. We take a closer look at its pluses and minuses to find out if its really worth you hard-earned cash.
What if we told you there’s a new, improved Classic 350 on its way, and it packs a bigger engine than before! Yes, it's true. A test mule of the 2020 Classic 350 has spied multiple times, giving us a hint on what we’re in for.