2019 Royal Enfield Classic series consists of two different engines and their respective colour variants. The most affordable out of them is the Classic 350 while the most expensive is the chrome variant of Classic 500. The common factor between all the bikes is the use of dual-channel ABS and dual disc brakes, further getting the same overall body design and sharing the suspension components with each other.
The price gap of INR 48,000 between Classic 350 and 500 is good for a bigger engine and use of fuel injection on the 499cc variant. The price for base and Redditch variant of Classic 350 stays similar while Gunmetal Grey can be had by spending INR 2000 over the base price.
Those looking for the Royal Enfield Classic Signals will need to spend INR 10,000 over the base variant. The Classic 500 can be bought for INR 2.01 lakh, with three special colours demanding INR 3000 of price hike over the regular variant.
Those looking for Classic Chrome will further need to spend INR 8000 over the special colours. Classic 350 is using a basic 346cc, air-cooled and carburettor-fed engine, producing 20 HP and 28 Nm of torque. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
On the other hand, the 499cc engine is fuel injected and air-cooled, producing 27.5 HP of power and 41.3 Nm of torque. The majority of buyers prefer going for the Classic 350 due to better mileage and impressive resale value.
2019 Royal Enfield Classic
350cc Classic ABS Series
- Standard: INR 1.53 lakh
- Redditch: INR 1.53 lakh
- Gunmetal Grey: INR 1.55 lakh
- Signals Edition: INR 1.63 lakh
500cc Classic ABS Series
- Standard: INR 2.01 lakh
- Stealth Black: INR 2.04 lakh
- Desert Storm: INR 2.04 lakh
- Squadron Blue: INR 2.04 lakh
- Chrome Edition: INR 2.12 lakh