Royal Enfield has launched its entire line up with BS4 emission norms and AHO (Automatic Headlamp On). The new Electra 350 was spotted at a dealership and sales of the same have already commenced. However, there is no official comfirmation from the company on the updation of its entire model range. While only the Electra 350 was available at the dealership right now, deliveries for other models with the new features is expected to begin in a week. Prices of the entire lineup too have been increased due to inclusion of the new features, which have been mentioned below.
The Electra 350 is powered by the same engine, a 346cc twin spark single cylinder engine that develops 19.8hp power and 28Nm of torque. The unit is mated to a five-speed manual transmission with BS4 emission norms. Braking duties are handled by a 280mm disc with 2-Piston caliper at the front and 153mm drum at the rear without ABS. The suspension duties will be handled by the telescopic forks at front and twin gas charged shock absorbers at the rear. For enhanced safety and to comply with new government regulations, the company has equipped the motor cycle with AHO, which ensures the headlamp remains on all the time. The motorcycle has a kerb weight of 187kg and a fuel tank capacity of 13 litres.
The Electra 350 measures 2,140mm in length, 810mm in width,1,120mm in height, 135mm in ground clearance and has a wheelbase of 1370mm. The motorcycle features analogue speedometer.The Electra 350 is availble in same colours- Black, Silver, Blue and Red
Royal Enfield has increased the prices of its entire line up that complies the BS4 emission norms by Rs 3,000 to 4,000. The new on-road prices, Delhi are mentioned below:
Bullet UCE- Rs 1,25 lakh
Bullet Electra-Rs 1,40lakh
Thunderbird 350-Rs 1,61 lakh
Thunderbird 500-Rs 2,03lakh
Classic 350-Rs 1,49lakh
Classic 500- Rs 1,90 lakh
Classic Chrome- Rs 2,01 lakh
Bullet 500 -Rs 1,79 lakh
Continental GT-Rs 2,26 lakh
Himalayan- Rs 1,77 lakh
Classic Desert storm- Rs 1,93 lakh