A New Look for the Classic 350
Of all the models from Royal Enfield, the Classic 350 is perhaps the most recognizable. It’s one of the best-selling models for the company across several markets, so it makes sense for RE to roll out some new color combos.
The Classic 350 (and the Classic 500) are all about bare bones and simplicity. Royal Enfield has revealed two new colors that help accentuate the bike’s attributes. There’s a Metallo Silver and an Orange Ember. Each help makes the bike stand out in new ways that the older color schemes weren’t.
The Metallo Silver color combo pairs maroon accents with silver. This color combo primarily features on the gas tank while the rest of the bike (frame, fenders, etc) are painted black.
When it comes to the Orange Ember color scheme, things are a bit more eye-catching. The tank is split between orange and black and the side covers and rear fender also get the orange. The rest of the bike is blacked-out.
This provides some more youthful color options for the bike. Mechanically, there’s nothing new to report. You’re looking at a 346cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that puts out 20 hp. It’s a great all-around bike for commuting or cruising.