Royal Enfield has today launched the Classic Signals 350 bike in the Indian market which happens to be the first bike from RE to receive ABS as a standard safety equipment. The bike has been priced at Rs 1.61 lakh (ex-showroom Pune) which is quite a sum for a 350cc Royal Enfield bike. The bike is offered in two new color options including a special shade of blue and brown, which are dedicated to the Indian defense services. Unlike the Pegasus series, the Classic Signals 350 will not be a limited edition and will be available as per the booking demands. For time being, the bike has been launched only in a single 350cc version, while there is no news on the 500cc variant of the same.
The bike has been indeed given a highly attractive paint job which looks impeccable thanks to the detailing on the paint. It receives canvas panniers, a version of the Indian tricolor and a serial number on the on the fuel tank to make it exclusive. While it shares all the mechanical details with the original Classic 350 motorcycle as it runs on a 346cc, air-cooled single cylinder engine that delivers 20PS of maximum power and 28Nm of peak torque and comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The company is also planning on launching the new 650cc twins (The Interceptors 650 and Continental GT 650) very soon.