Royal Enfield added a new edition to the Classic 350 model dedicating to the Indian Army Corps of Signals, a department of the Indian Armed Forces that is in charge of military communications. The new edition named Classic 350 Signal is also equipped with dual channel ABS feature and gets cosmetic enhancements to complement their association with the Indian Army.
The New Signals edition will only be available for sale through the online portal of Royal Enfield. Bookings for the same have begun already while deliveries will begin only after a month. This edition comes in two paint schemes namely Airborne Blue and Storm Rider Sand.
Classic Signals Edition gets black enclosures for headlamp, engine, crankcase cover, handle bar and wheels. Single seat gets brown shade which goes well with both the paint schemes available. On the fuel tank, there is a Corps emblem along with a unique serial number etched for each vehicle.
Mechanically, there are no changes evident on the new edition while the price tag is heavier by approximately Rs.20000 compared to the standard model. The 346cc single cylinder air-cooled engine coupled to a five speed gearbox produces 20bhp worth power and 28Nm of peak torque. Suspension duties are taken care of by 35mm telescopic front forks and gas charged rear twin shock absorbers. Single disc brakes of 280mm and 240mm at front and rear respectively perform braking duties.
Instrument console on Classic 350 Signals gets low fuel indicator and ABS light. This edition will be the first model to receive ABS feature in the Royal Enfield portfolio. This new edition will compete against Bajaj Dominar 400 that also comes with a dual channel ABS.