Royal Enfield has launched the Classic 350 Signals Edition in India priced at ₹ 1.62 lakh (Ex-showroom, Pune). The new Royal Enfield Classic 350 Signals Edition celebrates the motorcycle maker's 65-year-old association with the Indian Armed Forces, specifically the Indian Army Corps of Signals.
The special edition Classic 350 takes inspiration from the same gets a host of cosmetic changes, while also receiving Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS) as standard. It is in fact, the first Royal Enfield bike in India to get ABS. Bookings for the Classic 350 Signals Edition have begun across Royal Enfield dealerships, while deliveries will commence sometime next month. The Signals Edition is priced at a premium of approximately ₹ 15,000 over the standard model.
Royal Enfield has tried to convey another story from its long legacy in India, having originally been a supplier to the army for service motorcycles since 1952. The Indian Army Corps of Signals is the division that overseas military communications for the armed forces. The company says that the Signals Edition pays tribute to not only the armed forces but also the men and women in the sky and at the borders that ride these motorcycles.
Royal Enfield Classic Signals Edition comes with blacked out chrome bits including the headlamp bezel, engine, crankcase cover, exhaust muffler, spoked wheels, and the handlebar. The bike is available in brown leather seats for the rider and pillion, which complements both colour options. The bike also comes with the unique stencilled numbering on the fuel tank that will denote the production number for each of the models manufactured. The bike maker has also incorporated a special emblem on the fuel tank to homage to the Indian military's services. The bike will be offered in two colours which are Airborne Blue and Stormrider Sand.
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