Royal Enfield, a pioneer in the motorbike community that has outlived its own expectations year after year is back with its new Classic 350 Signals. We, in this post, shall be talking about its new launch that is definitely going to grab a lot of limelight in the Indian motorbike industry.
So, are you all excited to know about this new beauty from RE?
About Classic 350 Signals
Classic 350 Signals from Royal Enfield is one of the prime motorbikes in India with in-built ABS. It serves to be the inspiration and is a tribute to the motorbike maker’s 65-year old association with the Indian Armed Forces and to men and women in the sky.
It has been launched at an estimated price of Rs. 1.62 Lakh. Each Classic 350 Signals will be accompanied by some accessories like flyscreen, engine guards, riding boots, canvas panniers, helmets, solo rear rack, and themed jackets.
Royal Enfield is regarded as the king of motorbikes and is known for its stunning and classic creations. Its history dates back to 1955 Enfield India, headquartered at Chennai under the name of Indian Madras Motors. It is considered the oldest global motorbike brand. Most of the Royal Enfield models follow an army pattern as they are widely used in Indian police, army, and flying team.
Royal Enfield has taken various steps to create a strong and long-lasting legacy in India.
We all know, it has been one of the chief suppliers of motorcycles to the army since 1952 and to retain its importance and pay a tribute, the Classic 350 Signals were built by the company.
The main factor that makes the Classic version spectacular is that everything in each and every Classic 350 Signals is unique when compared to other previous Classic versions.
Classic 350 Signals follow two-varied color options :
- Stormrider Sand owing heritage to guardians and armed forces who serve in harsh conditions like desert outposts and border terrains.
- Airborne Blue that is dedicated to guardians who serve at skies.
Also, have you noticed the serial number on every 350 Signals that makes every motorbike a unique one?
Along with cosmetic changes, some additional features have been added to Classic 350 Signals.
- The first and foremost specification is the inclusion of a dual channel anti-lock braking system that will keep you secured and thus increase the braking confidence.
- Other than that, double-piston caliper with 280mm ventilated disc is used as front and rear brakes.
- A single cylinder 4 stroke air-cooled 346 cc engine system is implemented that has the ability to drive a maximum power of 19.8 bhp at 5250 rpm and a peak torque of 28Nm at 4000rpm.
- When it comes to chassis, a single down tube chassis system is followed supporting a front suspension of 35mm forks at 130mm of travel and a 5-step adjustable preload twin-gas charged shock absorbers at the rear suspension.
- A 90/90-19”-52P tubeless alloy tyre is used in the front while 110/80-18”-61P tyre acts as the rear one.
- It gives a ground clearance of 135mm and holds up to 13.5 liters of fuel.
- The overall weight of Classic 350 Signals is 192kgs and 2160mm*1090mm*790mm expresses its overall dimension.
Wow!! What an interesting and an expressive creation the new Classic 350 Signal from Royal Enfield is, isn’t it?
Well, I am sure you all would agree that the features are mind-blowing and without a second thought it can be said to be a complete on-road companion that each and every rider will long for.
So, go ahead and get yours by making an advance booking at your nearby Royal Enfield showroom and pay tribute to the Indian military. Be a proud Royal Enfield owner this season!
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