Royal Enfield Classic 350 looks like a copy of its elder sibling, Classic 500. Apart from color, there is no major difference in these bikes which you can notice at first glance. The bike has body colored retro looking front fender which covers its front tyre completely. The front forks also gels well with its overall styling as they are partly chrome finished which suits its multi-spoke steel rim. Its tiger eye lamps and circular headlight makes it look like Bullet but to differentiate, this bike features a small chrome finished tiny visor. Apart from this, Classic 350 has familiar orange colored circular indicators and chrome finished rear view mirrors. It features a new fuel tank with simple styling and thigh rubber pads. This tank makes this bike look vintage and premium. The bike is offered with two types of seating which includes solo rider seat with coil springs or with a split seat for pillion rider. Its heavy steel engine is placed below its fuel tank. The bike has body colored side panels and tool box. Its long and curvy silencer enhances the visual appeal of this bike. It?s heavily chromed and gives a fresh look to this bike. Its full size real cowl carries its chromed side indicators and boxy tail light which gives a compact look to this bike along with its rear broad tyre. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is powered by a 346cc engine that churns out 19.8bhp of power and 28Nm of torque. Though the torque has decreased marginally, the power figure has been increased by a significant 1.8bhp. This mill is carburetted and misses out on the electronic fuel injection (EFI) which the Classic 500 is equipped with. Royal Enfield Classic 350 has similar instrument console to its other siblings. It features a fully analogue instrument console with two circular dials. These dials are of different sizes and both of them are chrome surrounded. A regular speedometer and odometer can be seen in the bigger dial while the smaller dial houses its analogue fuel gauge. The bike also features an engine kill switch. Royal Enfield Classic 350 shares its engine with other siblings like Bullet and Electra. Royal Enfield Classic 350 is not a fuel efficient bike as its mileage in city ranges from 25-30 km/ltr. The bike may give you a mileage of around 30-35 km/ltr on highways. Royal Enfield Classic 350 has 19 inches wheel at its front while its rear wheel is of 18 inches. The only variant of this bike comes with a standard electric start and is available in three different colors. Royal Enfield Classic 350 bike has stylish vintage looks and a powerful engine which offers an acceptable fuel economy. Moreover, the bike is stuffed with modern and essential features like electric start and disc brake. Its ride and handling can also win hearts of many and we are no different either. We feel it?s a complete value for money cruiser bike which offers you exclusivity and comfort at an affordable price.