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Now Get Ready To Pay Out More For Royal Enfield Classic 350

With the beginning of the new year, the cult bikemaker Royal Enfield has revised the prices of Bullet, Classic, and Himalayan series of motorcycles along with the newly launched Meteor 350. Earlier, we have posted the new price list of Meteor 350. In this article, we will discuss the updated rates of RE's most popular Classic 350 motorcycle: – 

Classic 350 Variants

Color Options

New Price

Old Price


Single-channel ABS

Chestnut Red, Ash, Mercury Silver, Redditch Red, Pure Black

Rs 1,63,561

Rs 1,61,688

Rs 1,873

Dual-channel ABS

Classic Black, Pure Black & Mercury Silver

Rs 1,71,570

Rs 1,69,617

Rs 1,953

Dual-channel ABS

Gunmetal Grey (with spoke wheels)

Rs 1,73,422

Rs 1,71,453

Rs 1,969

Dual-channel ABSGunmetal Grey (with alloy wheels)Rs 1,85,252 Rs 1,83,164Rs 2,088

Dual-channel ABS- Signals edition

AIrborne Blue & Stormrider Sand

  • Rs 1,81,901 (Airborne Blue)
  • Rs 1,81,862 (Stormrider Sand)

Rs 1,79,809

  • Rs 2,092 (Airborne Blue)
  • Rs 2,053 (Stormrider Sand)
Dual-channel ABSStealth Black & Chrome BlackRs 1,88,346Rs 1,86,319Rs 2,027

Dual-Channel ABS

Orange Ember & Metallo Silver

Rs 1,85,252

Rs 1,83,164

Rs 2,088

*All prices, ex-showroom Delhi.

As the above table indicates, the magnitude of the price hikes ranges around Rs 2,000, which is approximately Rs 1,000 less than the Meteor 350's hike. Now, its entry-level single-channel ABS variant costs Rs 1.63 lakh, whereas the top-end dual-channel ABS trim with Stealth Black & Chrome Black color schemes is priced at Rs 1.88 lakh. Compared to its core rivals, the Classic 350 is still more affordable than the Jawa Classic (Rs 1.74 – 1.83 lakh) and Benelli Imperiale 400 (Rs 1.99 – 2.10 lakh). It also gets a wide range of premium color schemes. 

Besides the Meteor and Classic 350, Royal Enfield has also increased the prices of Bullet 350 & Himalayan adventure tourer motorcycle. As per the brand's online configurator, both on-road prices of both the bikes have gone up by up to Rs 697, which certainly suggests that the rise in their ex-showroom prices is negligible. We will soon update the ex-showroom prices of both these models. As of now, we are only mentioning their on-road price range: – 


Old Price Range

New Price Range


RE Bullet 350 (Kick start)

Rs 1,45,977 – 1,52,702

Rs 1,46,624 – 1,53,341

Rs 639 – 697

RE Bullet 350 (Electric start)

Rs 1,63,002

Rs 1,63,626

Rs 624

RE Himalayan

Rs 2,25,147 – 2,30,155

Rs 2,25,692 – 2,30,691

Rs 536 – 545


In the other news, Royal Enfiled is gearing up to introduce the new versions of Classic 350 & Himalayan motorcycles. They are likely to get minor cosmetic updates and new & more refined counterbalance engines. Stay tuned with GAADIFY for more updates. 

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