Royal Enfield Classic 350 BS6: Which Colour To Pick?
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 BS6 gets three new colours, but which one suits you best?
One of the best selling bikes from Royal Enfield’s portfolio recently received a small update which keeps it in line with the upcoming BS6 emission norms. Moreover, the Classic 350 gets a couple of new colour options which may make it a wee bit more enticing to the masses. But which one suits you best?
The Signals Stormrider Sand paint scheme has a charm of its own, but is it really worth it? We think not. Yes, some of you may stand behind the notion of the colour scheme, but it’s still one of the duller shades in the Classic 350’s colour palette.
Airborne Blue does make a compelling case for itself, unlike the previous livery. It’s brighter, contrasts well with the blacked-out mechanicals and does a pretty good job at paying homage to the guardians of the skies.
Grey is a cool, neutral, and balanced option that won’t grab as much attention as the other colours. It now comes with blacked-out alloy wheels as standard. However, the overall look is a little too plain for our liking.
We would usually not recommend chrome on bikes because it needs the most TLC. But the Classic 350 looks absolutely stunning in this case, especially with the black and gold stripe running from the front fender to the rear. To add to this, small details like the black tank pads and the black sticker that serve as a contrast to the side panels go well with the overall design of the motorcycle.
We’ve left the best for last. Agreed, black isn’t particularly eye-catching, but it's the contrasting red highlights on the Classic 350 that bring the bike to life. Pair this with the blacked-out alloys with red rim stickers and you have a winner at hand.
You can also choose from the older colour options like Silver, Mercury Silver, Pure Black, Classic Black, Classic Chestnut and Ash.