2013 Royal Enfield Classic 350

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Despite their dated design, the classic-looking motorcycles have a special flavor which attracts many fans. This is why many contemporary models keep the vintage lines of the old motorcycles. However what lies under the skin is far from being dated as most of them are fitted with modern engines and technologies.

One of these bikes is the 2013 Royal Enfield Classic 350 which is able to keep its head up with dignity against any other motorcycle of its type.

At the heart of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 lies a capable engine borrowed from the Thunderbird Twinspark. Maybe the single cylinder unit won’t impress you with its 19.8 bhp and 28 Nm of torque, but these figures are enough to help you deal effortless with the open road. The engine is combined with a five speed gearbox, especially tuned to maximize the fuel efficiency.


Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Royal Enfield Classic 350.

Overview

Royal Enfield Classic 350

The smaller twin of the Classic 500, the Classic 350 will hold its own against any other motorcycle and then pull some more. The Classic 350 shares its powerplant with the legendary Thunderbird Twinspark. The torque to flatten mountains and the fuel efficiency to cross entire ranges comes in the same understated yet charming styling.

This is a motorcycle that does not need to shout to be heard. Born of a rich heritage and bred with Royal Elegance this 350cc thumper has all the qualities of a typical Royal Enfield. Appreciated then, appreciated now...

Why ride a lesser bike. Nothing more to be said.

Features

Royal Enfield Classic 350
  • Air filter with classic styling.
  • 350cc, sinlg cylinder, 4 stroke, spark ignition, air cooled, OHV engine produces 41.3 Nm of torque.
  • The headlight casing features the ’Tiger Eye Lamps’ for that Bullet look. The headlamp is traditional but with a powerful halogen bulb to provide good illumination.
  • Single saddle seat with springs provides maximum comfort for luxurious and relaxing ride.
  • Aesthetically designed short silencer for that 1950’s look. Available as an optional accessory for off-road use only.
  • Vintage tail lamp assembly features a classic design.
  • Finely crafted tank with post war era graphics and thigh pads make for a vintage look.
  • Tool box with classic design.
  • Brakes Front: 19 inch Rear: 18 inch

Specifications

Royal Enfield Classic 350
Engine TypeSingle Cylinder, 4 stroke, Twinspark
Displacement346cc
Bore x stroke70mm x 90mm
Compression Ratio8.5 : 1
Maximum Power19.8 bhp @ 5250 rpm
Maximum Torque28 Nm @ 4000 rpm
Ignition SystemTransistorised Coil Ignition
ClutchWet, multi-plate
Gearbox5 Speed Constant Mesh
LubricationWet sump
Engine Oil15 W 50 API, SL Grade JASO MA
Fuel SupplyUCAL 29mm, Constant Vacuum Carburettor
Air CleanerPaper Element
Engine StartElectric/Kick
Chassis TypeSingle downtube, using engine as stressed member
Front suspensionTelescopic, 35mm forks, 130mm travel
Rear suspensionTwin gas charged shock absorbers with 5-step adjustable preload, 80mm travel
Wheelbase1370 mm
Ground Clearance135 mm
Length2180 mm
Width790 mm
Height1080 mm
Kerb Weight187 Kg (with 90% Fuel & Oil)
Fuel Capacity13.5 Ltr
Tyres Fr.90/90 - 19
Tyres Rr.110/90 - 18
Brakes Front280mm Disc, 2-Piston caliper
Brakes Rear153mm Drum, Single Lead Internal Expanding
Tail Lamp21 W / 5 W
Electrical System12 volt - DC
Battery12 volt, 14 Ah
Head Lamp60 W / 55 W, HALOGEN

2 comments:

tnks for some inform?

Hi,

first of all thanks for showing this timeless old/new Royal Enfield bike that really looks like the ones I grew up with.

But I’m a bit confused about two things: Is it 28 Nm or 41.3 Nm? Because in this post there are two different data.
And I can only think of the $99.100 price tag as a mistake; right?

Thank you for some information!

Regards,
reinimet

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