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Royal Enfield launches Classic Signals 350 motorcycle

Royal Enfield launches Classic Signals 350 motorcycle

New Delhi, Aug 28 (UNI) Expanding Royal Enfield’s offering in the 350cc segment and building on the military heritage, the oldest motorcycle brand has launched the Classic Signals 350 motorcycle in two new colours in India.

“These new motorcycles will be available with a dedicated collection of gear and over 40 motorcycle accessories that includes panniers and steel engine guards, said Royal Enfield president Rudratej (Rudy) Singh.

The two new colour schemes - Airborne Blue and Stormrider Sand of the Classic Signals have taken inspiration from coveted units of the Indian Armed Forces.

“These motorcycles will sport a distinctive stenciled number on the tank representing the production number. Each motorcycle will have a unique number, making each of them an exclusive and one-of-its-kind motorcycles,” he said.

The Classic Signals 350 stands out complimented by its blacked out scheme on the engine, silencer and wheels and dark tan seat.

With the Classic Signals 350, Royal Enfield will introduce Dual Channel Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) for its customers. The dual channel ABS helps prevents wheel locking under sudden application of brakes providing riders with better braking efficiency.

Revealing the price of the Classic Signals 350 motorcycles Shaji Koshy, Head India Business+, Royal Enfield said “Classic Signals 350 will be available for bookings from today onwards, across all stores in India.

The motorcycle will be retailed at a price of Rs. 161,728 (ex-showroom Chennai).

"Our consumers can also choose from a collection of Genuine Motorcycle Accessories, all of which will come with a 2-year warranty,” said Koshy.


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