Royal Enfield Classic 350 Signals Edition is a special edition model from the Chennai based manufacturer. It pays homage to brand’s legacy with Indian armed forces, especially Indian army corps of Signals. The entity which manages military communications and had considerable contribution during World War I and World War II. Maintaining its heritage, the Signals 350 is being offered in colour options of Airborne Blue and Stormrider Sand. The company asks for INR 1.69 lakh (ex-showroom), the amount premium around 23,000 over the standard model, Let’s have a looks on the aspects which embrace the Classic 350 Signals exclusivity.
At silhouette, the RE Classic 350 Signals Edition features the similar design language of the Regular Classic 350. The factors which differentiate this limited edition from the entry level Classic model plays a vital role at aesthetics. Including a unique serial number stencilled on the fuel tank and the Corps emblem alongside, which offers an exclusivity to its owner. Additionally, the chrome bits on standard Classic 350 has got black treatment- headlamp bezel, engine, exhaust, wheel rims and handlebar. Whereas, the dark tan brown seat seems upmarket.
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Signals boasts of standard and additional features and accessories. It gets similar twin-pod instrument cluster of standard sibling conveying information ammeter reading, and low fuel and ABS indication. Whereas, a bucket full of 40 genuine motorcycle accessories is being offered as optional which gives freedom of customizing vehicle as per your taste. Those bits comprises a tall windscreen, engine guards, touring seat, durable waterproof military panniers, rustproof rear luggage racks and cast aluminium wheels among others. In addition to this, there are Indian army Signals corps inspired riding gear like shirts, T-shirts, caps, bags, lapel pins and helmets.
This special edition Classic 350 Signals packs an identical 346cc, single-cylinder mill shared from the Classic 350. Anchored with a 5-speed gearbox using the chain drive, the mill sends out the propelling power of 20PS at 5250rpm along with 28Nm torque at 4000rpm to the rear wheel.
The Classic 350 Signals is the first Royal Enfield model gets the advanced safety of dual-channel ABS, for the rear drum brake of the standard Classic 350 has been replaced with a rear disc unit.
Launched at INR 1.69 lakhs, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Signals has put on sale. The bookings at all the 850 dealerships have been started at a token amount of INR 5,000. In this pricing segment, this special edition will go against the Bajaj Dominar 400 ABS, priced at INR 1.62 lakh.