Royal Enfield has launched their first ever motorcycles Stormrider Sand and Airborne Blue which is equipped with dual channel ABS in India. This is in the form of Classic 350 special edition. This new special edition is called Classic Signals Edition.
The new Royal Enfield Classic 350 Stormrider Sand has been inspired by the men and motorcycles serving in the Indian Army at the border outposts in desert regions.
Considering that there is a huge demand for motorcycles which are marketed as â€˜inspired from Armed Forcesâ€™, expect the Royal Enfield 350 Classic Signals to garner more sales for the Indian motorcycle brand ahead of the festive season.
New Royal Enfield 350 Classic Signals edition launch price is pegged at Rs 1.62 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune). That puts it at a premium of Rs 15,000 over the standard 350 variant. Classic Signals edition is not a limited offering but each bike will be numbered prominently on the tank.
These bikes have an exclusive paint scheme and offered in 2 colour choices called Stormrider Sand and Airborne Blue. A tall windscreen and panniers are on offer as accessories. 350 Classic Signals edition features a brown/tan seat and all-black finish for most other visible bits â€“ engine, frame, wheels, exhaust, and handlebar and headlight bezel.
The new addition also gets a wind deflector in the front.
Classis 350 is the best selling Royal Enfield. The RE 350 was available in 7 colour options of Ash, Chestnut, Silver, Black, Redditch Red, Redditch Green, and Redditch Blue. With todayâ€™s launch, the RE 350 is available in two more colours of Stormrider Sand (Indian Army inspired) and Airborne Blue (Indian Air Force inspired).
Royal Enfield 350 ABS can be bought from any dealership across India. Soon, Royal Enfield will offer ABS on all their motorcycles in India. Expect the same to happen by February 2019.
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