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hi pls let me know the details of new enfield classic 350 cc.have u test driven it?how is the comfort,mileage and other technical aspects?

By Karthikeyan on Dec 8, 2009

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  • Expert yet many more persons didnt driveclassic 350/500 , only immaging .. go for full detail with technician data www.royalenfield.com .. in this site too much information can gather .. it is a twinspark engine in std model out look
    Answer by GAUTAM JAIN CHENNAI on Dec 9, 2009

  • Expert Hi,
    The New Classic 350 and 500 bikes has lot of goodies and aimed at Royal Enfield bikes enthusiastics who dont mind spending extra money.
    Overview of Classic 350
    The Classic 350 cc is fitted with the 346 CC engine with twin spark ignition delivering 19.8 BHP and 28 NM torque output. Front Disc and rear drum brakes, conventional left foot operated gears, The maximum speed that can be expected is 120KMPH as per manufacturer.Mileage is around 50KMPL max
    Its available in three colours that of Red ,Silver and Black.


    Overview of Classic 500

    The bike features a single cylinder 4 stroke, air cooled, 499 CC engine with electronic ignition delivering the power output of 27.2 BHP ,41.3 NM torque, The maximum speed that can be expected is 130KMPH. Available in colours of Blue, Red and Black.Mileage is around 40KMPL.

    Price.

    The onroad price of Classic 350 is 1.11 lac onroad (Ex show room 98 K) and 500 CC 1.42 lac.(ex show room 1.25 lac)


    Answer by Shiva Shankar on Dec 10, 2009

  • Ya wat the people say is exactly right. U wud get a good mileage, and looks are very classic. The only point where the bike fails is that, U will not have the feel of riding the old Bullet. Bullets are always known for the right hand gear shift, whereas this bike fails by having the gear shift on the left. So its upto U to decide as to buy or not.
    Answer by Sriyamunan on Dec 10, 2009

  • In India we rides or drives on left side of the road, when we are doing a sudden brake while riding bike may fall to the pressured side, bikes with right leg side brake pedal falls to right side(rider to middle or opposite side)of road; if this is a Bullet falls to left side only, rider throws to off road, all other bikes except Bullet made for right side driving roads and safe for there, Bullet made for our roads by and for British people, the have brain and awareness of their safety
    Answer by Dr Rasheed MBBS on Dec 10, 2009

  • Expert i couldnot under stand dr rasheed answer question for technichal data feel of drive classic bullet .. but answer is not relative .. can explain again which side gear r best left or right ,,and there is not a shake when using sudden brakes , bike goes left to right right to left. it is only immaging .. best bike in each and every condition of drive .. its standard 350 model is world famous,,
    Answer by GAUTAM JAIN CHENNAI on Dec 10, 2009

  • Dear Gautham jain, you are right my answer is not for question; because I answered after reading Sriyamunan's script! But what I wrote is from my 26yrs experience in Bullet and 30yrs experience in different countries. I am 45 yrs old now; I took a Bullet to Saudi Arabia on my18s and experienced left side brake's difficulties on right side driving roads. We can reduce road accidents if Japan bikes change their brake pedal to left side in India.
    Answer by Dr RasheedMBBS on Dec 11, 2009

  • Expert we r taking and tips for better knowledge to a indian. and questioned by a indian so it will be better to speek about india . what happens in another country it is a meeaning less .. in foreign mostly bikes r above 400 cc . but here mostly bikes r below 150cc .. and we cant get a person who can tell that bullet std old model going accident by its diffrent brake system .. some person r dislie it because they afraid by left brake so that type people avoid riding bullet .. rest bikers r ride it with proud.. so no chance for accidents .. i m also driving bike since 1982 with licence but couldnot heard these type complint .. so my request u to incarrage to drive bullet not to discarrage .. my english is some poor so pl take my thought not a language
    thanks
    Answer by GAUTAM JAIN CHENNAI on Dec 11, 2009

  • you mean I am discouraging Bullet riding?! I am a Bullet fan.
    Answer by Dr Rasheed MBBS on Dec 19, 2009

  • Expert THANKS MR DR,,
    Answer by GAUTAM JAIN CHENNAI on Dec 19, 2009

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