2018 Royal Enfield Classic Signals 350 ABS launched at Rs 1.62 lakh

2018 Royal Enfield Classic Signals 350 ABS launched at Rs 1.62 lakh

Royal Enfield has propelled the new Classic Signals 350 ABS at Rs 1.62 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune). The new cruiser pays tribute to the Indian Air Force and Army and bears a premium of Rs 15,000 over the back plate brake prepared non-ABS Classic 350. The Classic Signals 350 is additionally the main Royal Enfield cruiser at a bargain in India to be outfitted with double channel ABS. The bike will be sold through dealerships just, and not on the web.

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Royal Enfield Classic Signals 350 ABS

This variation of the Classic 350 is accessible in two matte hues (blue and dark colored) and both, highlight darker hued seats. The two bikes are likewise outfitted with discretionary seat sacks, crash guards and extensive windscreens. It additionally gets a one of a kind serial number painted on the tank in vast textual style. Upgrading its retro interest are passed out components like the fumes suppressor, motor, edges, handlebar and the front light bezel. The bike additionally has a metal Royal Enfield identification on the tank completed in gold and green. While the bikes are being shown without raise seats, Royal Enfield has said that it will furnish them with the bike.
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Mechanically, the new Classic Signals 350 stays indistinguishable to the standard cruiser. It's controlled by a 346cc, air-cooled, single-barrel motor creating 19.8hp and 28Nm of pinnacle torque. Power is transmitted by means of a 5-speed gearbox. Likewise, the Classic Signals 350 highlights a back circle brake rather than 153mm drum unit as observed on the standard bike.
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In related news, the constrained version Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus went on special in India a month ago. It was motivated by the Royal Enfield Flying Flea which was utilized by British Paratroopers amid World War II. The 250 units of the Classic 500 Pegasus version dispensed to India (1,000 units all inclusive) were sold in only 178 seconds, by means of Royal Enfield's legitimate site.

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