Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350

The 350cc bobber that Royal Enfield is developing has long been known to be in the works, and its intended name is the Goan Classic 350. Now, despite the fact that this is a low-resolution black-and-white photo, we have managed to locate a photograph that depicts the final design of this motorcycle. The bike looks rather nice.

Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350

Design, engine, and India launch of the Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350

The Goan Classic 350 is essentially a version of the Classic, with parts taken from the well-liked Classic 350, including the engine, front fork, headlamp nacelle, and some body panels. The seating position on this bike is particularly intriguing; unlike the form-over-function Jawa bobbers, which will be the Goan Classic’s main competitors, it can comfortably fit two people.

The Goan Classic 350 has an ape-hanger handlebar, which sets it apart from the Classic and Bullet 350 and should help you hold your hands more straight. One further way that the Goan Classic 350 differs from the other two bikes is that it has whitewall tires. The Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic is another bike that will be among the few new models available in 2024 that has whitewall tires.

The Goan Classic 350 is expected to share the same 20.2 horsepower and 27 Nm of torque as the four other models that currently use the 350cc J-platform engine. To accommodate this bike’s extremely laid-back style, the manufacturer might make a few minor adjustments to the gearing or mapping. Anticipate the feature set and cycle components of the Classic 350 to remain essentially unaltered as well. It’s possible that there are internal changes taking place because the exhaust muffler also looks to have a different blacked-out design in all prior spy photos.

The Goan Classic 350 is anticipated to be priced in the upper range of the Royal Enfield Classic 350’s current pricing range of Rs 1.93 lakh to Rs 2.25 lakh (ex-showroom, Chennai). 

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