Royal Enfield’s New Bobber Set to Hit Indian Roads! Check Price, Features & Launching Date

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Hey there, Royal Enfield fans! Get ready to check out something awesome – the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bobber is coming soon to India! It’s like taking the classic bike style you love and giving it a fresh new look with some modern touches. There’s even a rumor it might be called the Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350. Let’s dive in and see what all the fuss is about!

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Stripped Down Look:

  • Say goodbye to the regular Classic 350 look because the Bobber is all about that cool bobber style.
  • Picture this: a comfy riding position thanks to a high handlebar and a seat that looks like it’s floating. Plus, it’s got a longer back fender for that extra cool factor.
  • And check out those white-wall tires – they’re unique to the Bobber and really make it stand out.

Familiar Engine:

  • Under the hood, the Classic 350 Bobber is packing the same engine as the Meteor 350. That means it’s reliable and ready to roll.
  • You can expect it to have enough power to make your rides exciting, with around 20.2bhp at 6,100rpm and 27Nm of torque at 4,000rpm. Plus, it’s got a five-speed gearbox for smooth shifts.
  • Since the Bobber might be lighter than the Classic 350, it could feel even more fun to ride – like zipping through the streets with a big grin on your face!

Features:

  • Just like its cousin, the Classic 350, the Bobber comes with all the essentials.
  • That means you’ll get a mix of old-school charm and modern tech, like a digital instrument panel, a bright halogen headlight, and a sleek LED taillight. And don’t forget about the standard dual-channel ABS for safety.
  • If you’re into navigation, you might even be able to add on the Tripper pod for easy directions.

Cycle Parts:

  • When it comes to the nuts and bolts, the Bobber shares a lot with the Classic 350.
  • It’s got the same kind of front forks and rear springs, so you know it’ll handle the bumps and curves like a pro.
  • And when it’s time to stop, the single disc brakes on both wheels have you covered. Plus, those wire-spoke wheels wrapped in tube-type tires give it that classic look with a modern twist.

Launch Date and Price:

  • Ready to get your hands on one? The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bobber is expected to roll out in India just in time for the festive season.
  • And while it’s not quite as pricey as the Meteor 350, it’s not exactly a budget buy either. You’re looking at shelling out around Rs. 2 lakh (before taxes), but hey, you’re getting a whole lot of cool factor for your money!

So, as the hype builds for the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bobber, gear up for a ride that’s all about blending classic style with modern flair. Keep your eyes peeled for more updates on this exciting addition to the Royal Enfield family!

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