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Royal Enfield Bullet And Classic 350 Get Dearer By Up To Rs 4,000

After revising the prices in January 2021, Royal Enfield yet again hiked the asking rates of Bullet & Classic 350 in the Indian market. While the earlier increment was quite small for Bullet 350, the latest price hike is very significant for both bikes. Here takes a look at the updated prices: – 

royal enfield classic 350 price

1. Royal Enfield Bullet 350


Color Option

Old Price

New Price


Bullet 350 Kick Start

Bullet Silver & Onyx Black

Rs 1,46,624

Rs 1,49,837

Rs 3,213


Rs 1,53,341

Rs 1,56,688

Rs 3,347

Bullet 350 Electric Start

Regal Red, Jet Black & Royal Blue

Rs 1,63,626

Rs 1,67,178

Rs 3,552

2. Royal Enfield Classic 350


Color Option

Old Price

New Price


Single-channel ABS

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

Rs 1,63,561


Rs. 3,674

Dual-channel ABS

Classic Black

Rs 1,71,570

Rs 1,75,405

Rs 3,835

Gunmetal Grey

Rs 1,85,252 (Alloy)

Rs 1,73,422 (Spoke)

Rs 1,89,359 (Alloy)

Rs 1,77,294 (Spoke)

Rs 4,107 (Alloy)

Rs 3,872 (Spoke)

Stealth Black & Chrome Black

Rs 1,88,346

Rs 1,92,608

Rs 4,262

Orange Ember & Metallo Silver

Rs 1,85,252

Rs 1,89,359

Rs 4,307

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

Rs 1,81,901 (Airborne Blue)

Rs 1,81,862 (Stormrider Sand)

Rs 1,85,902 (Both colour)

Rs 4,001 (Airborne Blue)

Rs 4,010 (Stormrider Sand)

*All prices ex-showroom Delhi.

Also Read: Now Customize Your Royal Enfield Gears Too!

As the above table indicates, the bare-bone Royal Enfield cruisers demand a premium of up to Rs 4,107. The reason behind the price hike is not clear and gloomily, Royal Enfield hasn't made any mechanical or cosmetic changes to the bikes.

In the other news, the Royal Enfield has recently launched the 2021 Himalayan with updated aesthetics, features, and ergonomics to improve the overall riding experience. Besides this, the Chennai-based manufacturer is also working on a 350cc and 650cc cruiser motorcycle. Recently, a spy video of the upcoming Royal Enfield 650cc cruiser has surfaced online, revealing some of the design details and its exhaust sound