While the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Gunmetal Grey is priced at Rs 1.59 lakh, the Classic 500 Stealth Black is tagged at Rs 2.05 lakh (on-road Chennai)
Royal Enfield has introduced two new colour variants of its popular Classic range – Gunmetal Grey in 350cc and Stealth Black in the 500cc variant. Sporting these contemporary shades in stylish matt finish, the new variants come equipped with both front and rear disc brakes, adding to the responsiveness and manoeuvrability. The motorcycle is available at an on-road price of Rs 1.59 lakh for Classic 350cc Gunmetal Grey and Rs 2.05 lakh for Classic 500cc Stealth Black in Chennai. Also Read – Best Modified Royal Enfield Classic 350 In India
These two new variants will resonate with the new-age riders’ sense of style, while they continue to embrace the pure motorcycling experience. Carrying the rich legacy forward, Royal Enfield continues to refresh its flagship classic series which has witnessed phenomenal success since its launch.
Introducing the new motorcycles, Mr. Rudratej (Rudy) Singh, President, Royal Enfield said, “We try to stick to doing things that are authentic. In that spirit, the new Gunmetal Grey and Stealth Black variants of the Classic are an ode to our riders and their journeys. It is an authentic expression of self and a celebration of the dark and the spirit of the various shades of night when a rider reminisces the day gone by and the day that is to unfold. We are confident that this will resonate with riders and aspirants who believe in what we believe. Pure Motorcycling. With these new Classic additions riders have more ways to tell their story” Also Read – Top 5 Best Modified Royal Enfield Bullets In India
First launched in 2008, the Royal Enfield Classic is designed on the lines of the J2 and it is a tribute to the retro look of British motorcycles in the post-World War II era. Powered by Royal Enfield’s 350cc unit construction engine (UCE), front & rear mudguards, the headlight casing, the fuel tank, the oval tool box, the exhaust fins, the speedometer dials, the single-seat spring saddle, tail light assembly and the headlamp cap, all these conform to the native imagery of British motorcycles in the aftermath of World War II