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TwinSpark Blog | Five distinct series of Royal Enfield Classic 350cc 2021 have been introduced, each with a different pricing point.

On Wednesday, Royal Enfield introduced the Classic 350 2021 in India. The mid-size bike maker was able to improve both the engine and the design of one of its most popular models. The bike will be available in five distinct series, each with a different price tag. Only one of the five series has single-channel ABS, while the others have Dual Channel ABS.

Royal Enfield Classic 350cc 2021 Chrome Series 

With a price tag of 2.15 lakh, the Chrome version is the most expensive of the group (ex-showroom). This model comes with the Turn-by-Turn Tripper navigation system. Chrome, as expected from the series, dominates the color pallet, with two colorways: Chrome Red and Chrome Bronze.

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Dark Series 

When it was first introduced, the Dark Series Royal Enfield Classic 350cc 2021 cost 2.11 lakh rupees (ex-showroom). The Dark range features two colorways: Dark Stealth Black and Dark Gunmetal Grey. This variant comes equipped with alloy wheels and tubeless tires.

Halcyon Series

The pricing of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Halcyon series is Rs.1.93 lakh (ex-showroom). Royal Enfield bikes from the 1950s inspired the Halcyon series. This bike is available in three colorways: Halcyon Black, Halcyon Green, and Halcyon Grey. 

Signals Series of Royal Enfield Classic 350cc 2021

The pricing of the Signal series is 2.04 lakh rupees (ex-showroom). The company’s long-standing partnership with the Indian Armed Forces was commemorated with this collection. Each bike in this series will be issued a unique stencil number.

Redditch Series

The Royal Enfield Classic 350cc 2021 Redditch series has a starting price of ₹1,84,374 and increases from there (ex-showroom). The Redditch bikes come equipped with single-channel ABS and blacked-out components. The series will be available in the Redditch Sage Green and Redditch Grey colors.

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