The updated BS6 Royal Enfield Classic 350 was recently spotted at a dealership and revealed a handful of details. Now, we have some new pictures which show new colours as well as a few more changes in the upcoming model.
First, let’s talk about colours. Apparently, the new BS6 Classic 350 will be available in Gun Metal Grey with tan-brown seat and also in a pure matte black paint scheme with red graphics that are slightly different to that of the previous pictures.
Now with the colours out of the way, let’s talk about the new changes. The latest pictures reveal that the new Classic 350 will have a new oxygen sensor, updated catalytic converter in bend pipe and updated exhaust muffler with bigger heat shield plate. It is quite obvious that all these changes have been done to make the bike BS6-compliant. We still don’t have the official figures for the BS6 engine.
Apart from that, the bikes in the pictures have alloy wheels, which could mean that Royal Enfield will provide an option of picking up either alloy wheels or spoke wheels at the time of purchase.
This is the second time when pictures of the new Classic 350 have been taken at a dealership. This indicates that Royal Enfield is going to launch the BS6 Classic 350 very soon.