Launch of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 in Australia and New Zealand
Royal Enfield is expanding the new Classic 350 across the globe, with launches in the UK, South East Asia and now Australia and New Zealand.
Prices for the RE Classic 350 in Australia start at AUD 7,990 (about Rs. 4.21 lakh)
Royal Enfield is expanding the presence of the new Classic 350 across the world and the Asia-Pacific region, and has now launched the all-new Classic 350 in Australia and New Zealand. The new model will be available in four variants, Halcyon, Classic Signals, Classic Dark and Classic Chrome, each offering unique color options and styling options. In recent days, the Classic 350 has been launched in the UK and the Philippines, and now the company has launched its most popular model in Australia and New Zealand.
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Pricing for the 2022 Royal Enfield Classic 350 range will start at AUD 7,990 (about ₹4.21 lakh) in Australia for the Halcyon series. The Signals series has been priced at AUD8,290 (approximately ₹4.37 lakh), while the Dark and Chrome series will be priced at AUD8,690 (approximately ₹4.58 lakh) and AUD8,790 (approximately ₹4. ₹63 lakh) respectively.
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The all-new Classic 350 is the second model to be based on the same platform as the Meteor 350, with the two models sharing quite a few components, including the new Royal Enfield 350cc single-cylinder J-Series engine. Classic 350 was launched in India last year and gets a facelift, with a new, more modern engine, new chassis, updated suspension, new wheels and new brakes.
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The 349 cc single-cylinder engine develops 20.2 bhp at 6,100 rpm and 27 Nm at 4,000 rpm. The compression ratio has been increased from 8.5:1 on the UCE 350 engine to 9.5:1 on the new 350cc SOHC engine. The cam gears have been replaced by a timing chain, along with the SOHC system, which results in less noise and more efficient valve timing. The chain primary transmission has been replaced by a gear primary transmission, which reduces transmission losses, and the primary balance shaft reduces vibration on the engine.
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The Classic’s heritage dates back to 1948 with the Royal Enfield Model G2, the first to feature swingarm rear suspension on a production motorcycle. The G2 model served as the design inspiration for the hugely popular Classic 500 and Classic 350 launched in 2008. The Classic 350, in fact, has become Royal Enfield’s best-selling model since then, accounting for 70-80%. brand sales over the past decade. Even now, the Classic 350 accounts for 60-70% of the brand’s overall sales, but so far those numbers have been confined to the Indian domestic market.
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In the 12 years since the launch of the modern Royal Enfield Classic, it has built its own legacy, selling over 3 million (30 lakh) motorcycles. The Classic also emerged as the motorcycle that redefined the middleweight motorcycle space and spawned the rebirth of Royal Enfield. And this time, with the new Classic 350, Royal Enfield is positioning it as a global product, hoping to repeat some of its commercial success around the world.
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