Royal Enfield Classic 350 Price Hiked, AGAIN!

Modified On May 5, 2021 03:09 PM By Praveen M. for Royal Enfield Classic 350

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Thankfully, only two colour variants of the dual-channel ABS model have witnessed a price revision

Royal Enfield has increased the price of its popular model, the Royal Enfield Classic 350, yet again. Thankfully, this time around, the price revision is only for the base colour variants of the model with dual-channel ABS. Take a look at the ex-showroom Delhi price list of all the variants here:

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Variants

Latest Price

Previous Price

Price Difference

Single-channel ABS, Chestnut Red, Ash, Mercury Silver, Redditch Red, Pure Black

Rs 1,72,466

Rs 1,72,465

Up by Re 1

Dual-channel ABS, Classic Black, Pure Black & Mercury Silver

Pure Black & Mercury Silver: Rs 1,80,877, Classic Black: Rs 1,80,879

Pure Black & Mercury Silver: Rs 1,75,405, Classic Black: Rs 1,80,880

Pure Black & Mercury Silver: Rs 5,472, Classic Black: Down by Re 1

Dual-channel ABS, Gunmetal Grey

Rs 1,95,252 (Alloy)

Rs 1,82,825 (Spoke)

Rs 1,95,253 (Alloy)

Rs 1,82,824 (Spoke)

Down by Re 1 (Alloy)

Up by Re 1 (Spoke)

Dual-channel ABS, Signals edition (Airborne Blue & Stormrider Sand)

Airborne Blue - Rs 1,91,693 , Stormrider Sand - Rs 1,91,692

Airborne Blue - Rs 1,91,692 , Stormrider Sand - Rs 1,91,691

Up by Re 1

Dual-channel ABS, Stealth Black & Chrome Black

Rs 1,98,600

Rs 1,98,600

No change

Dual-Channel ABS, Orange Ember & Metallo Silver

Rs 1,95,252

Rs 1,95,253

Down by Re 1

At around Rs 1.80 lakh, the dual-channel ABS-equipped variant of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 isn’t exactly a value-for-money proposition. The Jawa Forty Two with dual-channel ABS undercuts the Classic by around Rs 3,700. It gets a more highway-friendly liquid-cooled engine, complementing the retro-modern looks. 

You could also opt for the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 if you’re willing to spend around Rs 3,400 extra. The Meteor 350 gets a much more refined motor, more features in the form of turn-by-turn navigation, tubeless tyres, a detailed instrument cluster, and a highway-friendly riding position. On the other hand, paying almost Rs 2 lakh for the Stealth Black and Chrome Black variants of Classic 350 feels a little too much for the kind of features they offer. While the Stealth Black, at the very least, offers the convenience of alloy wheels with tubeless tyres, the only talking point of the Chrome Black is its shiny paint job. You might as well spend that kind of money on the Bajaj Dominar 400 (Rs 2.03 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi), which comes with a much more powerful engine, apt for high-speed cruising, and a ton of modern features. Having said that, some riders feel one simply can’t put a price on riding, ahem, a Classic

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