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As the new financial year starts, a number of bike makers have announced price hikes and Royal Enfield is the latest to join the list. The company has now raised prices of its most popular offering - Classic 350.

The bike has now become costlier by as much as 5,992. The incremental change throughout the variants of the Classic 350 is different for each variant. While the base standard variant has received the least price hike of 5,231, the highest change has been absorbed by Matte and Chrome variant which is 5,992.

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Ex-showroom price
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Here's the entire list of new vs old prices (ex-showroom, Mumbai) for Royal Enfield Classic 350:

Standard: 172,466 vs 167,235 - (Difference 5,231)

Classic Black: 180,880 vs 175,405 - (Difference 5,475)

Gunmetal Grey (Spoke Wheels): 182,825 vs 177,294 - (Difference 5,531)

Signals: 191,693 vs 185,902 - (Difference 5,791)

Gunmetal Grey (Alloy Wheels): 195,253 vs 189,360 -(Difference 5,893)

Matte and Chrome: 198,600 vs 192,608 -(Difference 5,992)

The Classic 350 is the most-selling bike from Royal Enfield. The current-gen model is reaching the end of its cycle and will soon be replaced by an all-new model which goes on sale in India by the end of 2021. It is going to be offered with a number of new changes and will likely be based on the new J platform as the Meteor 350. Featuring a new double downtube chassis and the 349cc, air/oil-cooled engine as the Meteor 350, the Classic 350 will come out be a whole new motorcycle.

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It will continue to rival the likes of the Jawa Standard, Honda Hness CB350 and the Benelli Imperiale 400.

  • First Published Date : 06 Apr 2021, 06:45 PM IST