Royal Enfield’s Classic 350 has been ruling the hearts of Indian bikers since its launch back in 2008.

With a distinct engine thump and deep exhaust note, the retro motorcycle is often the favourite ride for many to dominate the roads.

The Classic 350 was inspired by the 1948 Royal Enfield Model G2 which was the first production motorcycle to have a swinging arm rear suspension.

The bike underwent significant changes both in terms of design and performance through the years. But, what did not change was the massive popularity that it enjoys in the Indian market.

The classic was followed by its siblings namely Bullet 350 and the new Meteor 350.

Bringing major changes to the classic bike, Royal Enfield launched the all-new Classic 350 in September last year.

The new Classic 350 has a starting price of Rs 1.84 lakh (ex-showroom Chennai) and can go up to Rs 2.18 lakh for the top-spec model.

The bike is currently available in single-channel and dual-channel ABS (Anti-lock braking system) options.

Royal Enfield offers the Classic 350 in different series namely the Redditch series, Halcyon series, Classic Signals, Dark series, and the Chrome series.