Royal Enfield has revised the prices of its offerings in the Indian market - the Himalayan 411 and the Classic 350. The prices have hiked marginally for both the Classic 350 and the Himalayan 411, with prices now starting at Rs 1.93 lakh for the Royal Enfield Classic Redditch 350 and Rs 2.28 lakh (Rs 2,28,490) for the Royal Enfield Himalayan Granite Black, the Glacier Blue as well as the Sleet Black. Note that the price of the Himalayan Gravel Grey remains unchanged and stands at Rs 2.16 lakh (Rs 2,15,900), along with the Himalayan Pine Green and the Dune Brown variants, both of which continue to be priced at Rs 2.22 lakh (Rs 2,22,400). All prices are ex-showroom.
Meanwhile, the bikes continue to use the same hardware. The suspension system of the Classic 350 includes 41mm telescopic forks at the front and dual shock absorbers at the rear. The motorcycle tips the scale at 195 kilograms. On the other hand, a rear mono-shock and 41mm telescopic front forks carry on the suspension duties of the Himalayan 411. In a bid to lure customers, Royal Enfield offers a range of accessories for the Himalayan 411 bike, such as touring seats, knuckle guards, hard panniers, etc.
Here is a look at the variant-wise pricing of the Royal Enfield Classic 350:
|Variant||New Price (ex-showroom)|| |
Old Price (ex-showroom)
|Redditch||Rs 1,93,080||Rs 1,90,092|
|Halcyon single-channel ABS||Rs 1,95,191||Rs 1,92,889|
|Halcyon dual-channel ABS||Rs 2,02,094||Rs 1,98,971|
|Signals||Rs 2,13, 852||Rs 2,10,285|
|Dark||Rs 2,20,991||Rs 2,17,589|
|Chrome||Rs 2,24,755||Rs 2,21,297|
Royal Enfield Himalayan 411, Classic 350: Hardware and Features
The Himalayan 411 features an LED tail lamp, split seats, a semi-digital instrument cluster, a hazard light switch, dual-channel ABS, and a Tripper Navigation system powered by Google Maps. The system offers turn-by-turn navigation to the riders in conjunction with the Royal Enfield app. Other notable features include a USB charging port, a rear luggage rack, a side-slung exhaust, a windscreen, and wire-spoked wheels.
The latest iteration of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 carries over the styling and design bits from its predecessor. The headlamp assembly, fuel-tank design, instrument cluster layout, split seats, and a side-slung exhaust are largely the same. Some Classic 350 variants get alloy wheels, while others roll on wire-spoked wheels wrapped in tube-type tyres. The Classic 350 is based on the same platform that also underpins the Royal Enfield Meteor. Having said that, the Classic 350 comes equipped with a tripper meter and USB charger, both of which are found on the Meteor.
Royal Enfield Himalayan 411, Classic 350: Powertrain
Under the hood, the Royal Enfield Himalayan 411 receives a 411cc, single-cylinder, air/oil-cooled engine. The engine churns out 24.3bhp of power at 6,500rpm and 32Nm of peak torque at 4,000-4,500rpm. On offer is a 5-speed gearbox.
The heavy-hitter Classic 350 is powered by a 349cc single-cylinder engine, which is now E20 fuel-ready. The engine uses an oil-cooler mechanism for heat management. Power and torque figures stand at 20.2bhp at 6,100rpm and 27Nm at 4,000rpm, respectively. The gearbox is a 5-speed unit.