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1.84 - 2.51 Lakh
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Royal Enfield Classic 350 Overview

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Engine Capacity

349.0 CC



37 KM/L

Fuel Tank Capacity-icon

Fuel Tank Capacity

13.0 L



5 Speed



Disc/ Twin piston floating caliper/Drum

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Starting Mechanism

Self / Kick Start

Wheel Type-icon

Wheel Type

Spoke/Alloy Wheels

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Body Type


What's New?

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 was launched in India in the year 2009. Since its introduction, it has become one of the most popular motorcycles in the country, capturing the hearts of riders with its timeless design and powerful performance. The Classic 350 retains the iconic styling cues of vintage motorcycles, paying homage to Royal Enfield's rich heritage. It features a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, a round headlamp with a chrome bezel, and classic spoke wheels, all contributing to its retro charm. Equipped with a 346cc single-cylinder engine, the Classic 350 delivers a commanding performance with ample torque and a distinct thumping exhaust note. It offers a smooth power delivery and is capable of cruising comfortably on highways while also manoeuvring through city streets.

Key Highlights:

Ex Showroom Price

 ₹1,93,080 Onwards


Cruiser/Commuter Bike


30-37 KM/L

Fuel Capacity


No. of gears


Type of engine


Cubic Capacity


Headlight Type


Instrument Cluster


Seat height

800 mm


194 Kgs


Black, Silver, Chestnut, Ash, Gunmetal Grey, Stealth Black, Chrome Black, Airborne Blue, Redditch Red, Signals Stormrider Sand, Signals Airborne Blue.

Similar Models

Honda H’ness CB350, Benelli Imperiale 400, Jawa Forty Two.


Specifications & Features

Explore an in-depth overview of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 specifications and features, offering comprehensive details on its engine, fuel efficiency, mileage, brakes, max power, and tyre. Additionally, gain insights into the bike's advanced safety features.

Engine CC

349.0 CC




37 KM/L


Disc, Twin piston floating caliper/Drum

Max Torque

27.00 Nm

Max Power

20.20 bhp


100/90 - 19 - 57P/ 120/80 - 18 - 62P

  • c&b iconSingle Channel ABS
  • c&b iconAnti-lock Braking System
  • c&b iconEngine Kill Switch
  • c&b iconLow Oil Indicator
  • c&b iconLow Battery Indicator
  • c&b iconPass Light

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Expert Review

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  • Old-school design
    Smooth engine
    Customisation options


  • Less Features
    Top End performance lacking
    Braking could be better

Royal Enfield certainly has made all-round improvements to the new Classic 350. It's better in every aspect, with more refined performance, better dynamics, more colour options, and feels better built as well. Like the Meteor 350, the new Classic 350 will spearhead the appeal of the modern classic, single-cylinder Royal Enfield, not just in India, but around the world. The new Royal Enfield Classic 350 almost nails it, to become a much-improved, much-better, and more refined motorcycle.

Royal Enfield Classic 350

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 carries the formidable lineage of the brand, along with offering a power-packed proposition for those into stylish and iconic motorcycles.

How is the design?

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 looks almost the same as its previous version, although all the body panels are completely new. The design carries the same signature components which look commanding on the road. This design philosophy was instrumental in transforming the brand over the last few years and it has been faithfully retained here. Royal Enfield has also transformed the overall fit and finish considerably along with scaling up component quality. The updated bar-ends, balloon-grips and levers are nice along with the cubes for the switchgear. The latter are similar to the Meteor 350 model while offering superior feel as compared to the earlier version. The pass-light switch is not the easiest to use although the levers are stunning. Yet, they are chunky, which may hinder the touch and feel experience at times. The fuel-filler cap is positioned better this time around. The front pegs are also revamped and the seat offers more support. The twin spring-system under the rider’s seat has been replaced by a fixed mount for the cantilever. The tail lamps and number plate look cleaner and sleeker now.

How is the performance?

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 makes 20.2 hp and 19.9 pound-feet of torque overall. It weighs approximately 430 pounds with a full tank. However, you will need some effort to get past the three figure mark on the speedometer. The 18-inch rear wheel does influence performance to an extent, while the J-Series engine has a counter-balancer for a smoother ride. The feel remains the same with the surge of power even at a lower RPM count. The rev range at 1,000 RPM is also wider than before. Performance wise, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 does get the job done with elan. The engine is not a high performer but does what it has to in a smooth and refined manner.

How does the Royal Enfield Classic 350 ride?

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 rides well on tough roads. The power surge is punchy although thrust may sometimes feel inadequate and the smaller power figures become apparent at times. Short-shifting is not as easy in congested traffic conditions and lower RPMs make shifts tougher between the first and second gears. The five-speed gearbox is otherwise quite accurate and neat although there are some vibrations. Yet, these are negligible and the overall experience does not induce much fatigue. The engine is smooth and refined on open roads and highways.

How comfortable is the Royal Enfield Classic 350?

The braking setup is perfect for riding in the city although analyzing stopping lengths may require some time. There is more seat support for enhanced comfort and the suspension is not as perfect as you may expect. The bike does feel heavy but reliable and the seat height is low, making it comparatively easier to operate. The lower centre of gravity also makes the bike better at lower speeds although it does lack some agility during tight cornering.

How’s the Tech?

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes with features like the LCD and analogue speedometer along with the Tripper navigation display setup for the top-end Chrome version. There is usage of Google Maps information upon connecting to the app from Royal Enfield. Yet you do not receive SMS/call notifications and readability in direct sunlight is also an issue. There is a USB charging socket and a fuel gauge which was long-desired.

How’s the mileage of the Royal Enfield Classic 350?

You can expect anywhere around 35-37 kmpl in terms of fuel economy from the Royal Enfield Classic 350.

Is the Royal Enfield Classic 350 good value for money?

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 offers reasonable value for money with good riding quality, more improvements to the fit and finish and decent performance. However, comfort and performance are still not top-notch, although this bike manages to be a charming pick in spite of its apparent imperfections.

How is the after sales service?

The estimated expenditure on maintenance will be approximately Rs. 9,258 for three years. The first service (post 3000 km), second service (post 6000 km) and the third service (post 9000 km) are completely free of charge.

Which motorbikes compete in the segment?

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 competes with several rivals including the Honda H’Ness CB350, JAWA Forty-Two, and the Benelli Imperiale 400. The JAWA is the only one to get a rear disc brake option apart from the Classic 350. The JAWA, Honda and Benelli have double-down-tube frames with twin-shock absorbers and telescopic forks just like the Enfield. Honda offers HSTC (Honda Selectable Torque Control) and the Honda Smartphone Voice Control Systems. The Benelli has the big twin-pod cluster while the JAWA comes with a single-pod console. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is priced at a competitive threshold if you consider these rivals.

Verdict (Is it value for money?)

The Royal Enfield Classic 350 comes with great stability and more improvements than before. Pricing is competitive and performance is also decent. There are some aspects which require refinement and some more features that could have been added. However, the design, road presence, and overall feel are hard to match. It is a retro-modern mix that is still appealing for buyers and will continue to be so, if sales figures are any indication.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Price List (Variant Wise)

Royal Enfield Classic 350 price starting from 1.84 Lakh. Royal Enfield offers Classic 350 in 5 variants.


Ex-Showroom Price


Classic 350 Redditch
Starts at
₹ 1.84 Lakh
Petrol, 37 KM/L, 349.0 CC
Classic 350 Halcyon
Starts at
₹ 1.93 Lakh
Petrol, 37 KM/L, 349.0 CC
Classic 350 Signals
Starts at
₹ 2.04 Lakh
Petrol, 37 KM/L, 349.0 CC
Classic 350 Dark
Starts at
₹ 2.11 Lakh
Petrol, 37 KM/L, 349.0 CC
Classic 350 Chrome
Starts at
₹ 2.51 Lakh
Petrol, 37 KM/L, 349.0 CC

Royal Enfield Classic 350 EMI Calculator

Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 1.84 L

Loan Amount

1.84 L



Duration (3 years)

3 years

EMI ₹ 6,079
For 3 Year @11.5%* Interest Rate

*Interest rate may vary subject to your credit score.

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Royal Enfield Classic 350 On-Road Price In India

Explore Royal Enfield Classic 350 pricing in India's major cities. Royal Enfield Classic 350 price starts from 1.84 Lakh.

CityOn-Road Price
New Delhi₹ 1,94,991
Mumbai₹ 2,00,523
Bangalore₹ 2,09,741
Hyderabad₹ 2,04,210
Chennai₹ 2,02,366
Kolkata₹ 1,95,867
Ahmedabad₹ 1,98,679

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Mileage

74 %
Better mileage than other Cruiser
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Royal Enfield Classic 350 Colours

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Royal Enfield Classic 350 is available in 11 different colors namely Redditch Grey, Chrome Bronze, Redditch Sage Green, Signals Desert Sand, Signals Marsh Grey, Halcyon Blue, Halcyon Green, Halcyon Black, Dark Stealth Black, Gunmetal Grey & Chrome Red.

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Ex-Showroom Price
₹ 1.84 - 2.51 Lakh₹ 1.8 - 1.93 Lakh₹ 1.74 - 2.16 Lakh₹ 1.95 - 1.98 Lakh₹ 1.96 - 2.15 Lakh₹ 1.72 - 1.81 Lakh
C&B Expert Rating
Engine CC
349.0 CC294.7 CC346.0 CC294.7 CC348.4 CC294.7 CC
5 Gears6 Gears5 Gears6 Gears5 Gears6 Gears
37 KM/L37.50 Km/L0.00 Km/L37.00 Km/L42.00 Km/L37.50 Km/L
Max Torque
27.00 bhp26.84 Nm27.00 Nm26.84 Nm30.00 Nm26.84 Nm
Max Power
20.20 Nm26.95 bhp20.20 bhp26.95 bhp20.78 bhp26.95 bhp
Disc, Twin piston floating caliper/DrumDisc with floating caliper and ABS (Front) / Drum (Rear)Disc (Front) / Drum (Rear)Disc (Front) / Disc (Rear)Disc (Front) / Disc (Rear)Disc with floating caliper and ABS (Front) / Drum (Rear)
Fuel Tank Capacity
13.0 L13.2 L13.0 L13.2 L15.0 L13.2 L
Colour Count
Detailed Comparision
Classic 350 vs 300Classic 350 vs Bullet 350Classic 350 vs 42Classic 350 vs H Ness CB 350Classic 350 vs Forty Two

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Royal Enfield Classic 350 FAQs

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  • The Classic 350 is a popular motorcycle model manufactured by Royal Enfield, a well-known Indian motorcycle company. It is famous for its retro styling, powerful engine, and comfortable ride quality. The Classic 350 is also known for its reliability and durability, which makes it a favorite among long-distance riders and motorcycle enthusiasts.
  • Some of the disadvantages of the Classic 350 include its high maintenance cost, low ground clearance, and the absence of modern features like fuel injection and ABS. The bike can also be prone to rust and corrosion in certain areas.
  • The Classic 350 is a capable bike for hills, thanks to its powerful engine and stable chassis. The bike's low-end torque makes it easy to climb steep inclines and navigate through challenging terrain.
  • The Classic 350 is considered a heavyweight motorcycle, with a kerb weight of around 195 kg. This weight gives the bike a stable and comfortable ride but can make it difficult to handle for some riders, especially in traffic.
  • The Classic 350 can generate a fair amount of heat, especially in traffic or when ridden for prolonged periods. However, the bike's air-cooled engine is designed to handle high temperatures and does not usually overheat.
  • The Royal Enfield Classic 350's footpegs and handlebars are not adjustable from the factory, but there are aftermarket options available for riders who wish to customize their riding position. The stock riding position, however, is comfortable for most riders, with the footpegs positioned slightly forward and the handlebars at a comfortable reach.
  • The Classic 350 is available in both kick-start and self-start variants. The self-start version is equipped with an electric starter, which makes it easier to start the bike, especially in cold weather conditions.
  • The Classic 350 comes with a single-seat configuration, which means it can only accommodate one rider at a time.
  • The Classic 350 is equipped with a carburetor system that is responsible for mixing the air and fuel to create a combustible mixture that powers the engine. Carburetors are known for their simplicity and reliability, making them a popular choice for motorcycles in this segment.