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The new trims will feature cosmetic changes and rear disc brakes.

The new trims will feature cosmetic changes and rear disc brakes.

The new variants of the Classic 350 and Classic 500 models are priced at ₹1.57 lakh and ₹2.05 lakh (on-road, Chennai), respectively.

They come fitted with rear disc brakes and a few cosmetic changes. The smaller 350 has a new gunmetal grey paint scheme for the fuel tank, fenders and side boxes, and it comes with a dark tan seat cover. The Classic 500 comes finished in matte-black for the body and the exhaust, and it has black spoke wheels.

The engines remain unchanged - the Classic 350 uses the same 346cc single-cylinder motor that makes 19.8hp, while the Classic 500 uses the same 499cc single-cylinder engine, which puts out 27.2hp. Both engines are linked to a five-speed transmission.

Bookings will begin on September 18, 2017 at all Royal Enfield outlets in India.

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