As per the latest reports, many Royal Enfield dealerships have started accepting unofficial bookings of the upcoming BS6 Classic 350 for a token amount of Rs 10,000. It’s being said that the stock of the new motorcycle has started reaching the dealerships and Royal Enfield will launch the bike soon.
Keep in mind that these are unofficial bookings and thus, we don’t have any official statement from Royal Enfield regarding this. However, the stock of the BS6 Classic 350 has indeed started to reach several dealerships across the country as various spy shots of the motorcycle have already hit the internet.
In its BS6 avatar, the Classic 350 will be available in new colours – Gun Metal Grey with tan-brown seat, pure matte black with red graphics – and features – alloy wheels as standard in some models, low-fuel warning and engine malfunction/warning indicators in the instrument console, etc.
Powering the BS6 Royal Enfield Classic 350 will be the same 350cc, single which has been at the duties for many years now. However, to make it BS6-compliant, RE has done certain changes – new oxygen sensor, updated catalytic converter in bend pipe and updated exhaust muffler with bigger heat shield plate – which might have affected the power and torque output numbers. The BS4 model produced 19.8 bhp and 28 Nm of torque.
We wouldn’t have to wait much longer for the new RE Classic 350 to be launched, so, stay tuned to iamabiker.