Royal Enfield Classic 350
Engine Displ. : 346 cc
Power : 20.07
PS @ 5250 rpm
Mileage : 37 Kmpl
No Of Gears : 5 Speed
Fuel System : Carburetor
ABS : No Head Lamp : Halogen
Wheels Type : Spoke
Tyre Type : Tube
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The Royal Enfield Himalayan is the second leap from the company after its bold move to launch the Continental GT in 2013. The Himalayan is your only option if you are looking for an affordable yet capable adventure tourer. The Royal Enfield Himalayan truly marks a shift in the company’s psyche and that too for the good.
Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350
Although Royal Enfield has been selling the Thunderbird in India since the year 2000, it was only by 2009 that the brand updated the motorcycle comprehensively by introducing the 346 cc unit construction engine (UCE) that now powers all their 350cc models.In October 2012, Royal Enfield launched a facelifted version of the Thunderbird 350 featuring a teardrop shaped fuel tank, digital instruments and fuel gauge and a projector headlamp. Additionally, the motorcycle gets an LED tail light and a few other cosmetic enhancements. The Thunderbird 350 uses a single cylinder, 4 stroke, Twinspark engine 19.8 bhp of power at 5,250rpm and 28Nm of torque at 4,000rpm. This air cooled unit is mated to a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox.
Inspired by power cruisers like the Ducati Diavel, the Dominar 400 is Bajaj Auto’s flagship product. It sits above the Pulsar range, in price as well as other parameters like displacement and features.
The Dominar 400 was the first motorcycle to be sold in India with an LED headlamp. The sculpted fuel tank, stretched wheelbase and the dual digital consoles give it an aggressive look. It is powered by a 373cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder fuel-injected engine that delivers 34.5bhp and 35Nm. It gets a six-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch as standard. The Dominar 400 rides on 17-inch alloy wheels with telescopic front forks and a rear monoshock. A single 320mm disc up front and a 230mm disc at the rear take care of braking. Dual-channel ABS is offered as an optional extra.
Bajaj has resurrected the Avenger cruiser brand with the launch of the new Avenger Street. This new iteration is being offered in two variants – 220 Street and 150 Street. While the smaller 150cc version is a new addition built to attract a wider audience base, it’s the Avenger 220 Street that takes forward the legacy of the iconic Avenger brand in India. The Avenger 220 Street gets an all-black treatment. While most of it is dipped in matt black, there are contrasting silver bits like the heat shield on the exhaust, wheel rim tape and a few side panels. The fuel tank may look similar to the one in the old model, but the new Avenger logo and the golden and red decals make the tank area look quite stylish. Bajaj has equipped the Avenger 220 Street with rubber bellows on the front suspension forks to complete the full black look of the motorcycle. The Avenger Street is built around the same tubular double cradle frame as the old model. Powering this motorcycle is a 220cc single-cylinder, oil-cooled DTS-i engine, which puts out 19bhp and 17Nm of torque. The engine is paired to a 5-speed gearbox.