But speed comes a great cost. It features a single stepped up seat rather than the split seat seen on the standard model. It also brings in a lot more vibrations, which will be uncomfortable on longer rides. Its brightly coloured fuel tank, colour-matched rim stickers and modern alloy wheels help it stand ou t from the rest of the pack. It gets a similar driveline as the regular Thunderbird 350, but there are a few changes.
Bikes like the Yamaha Fazer 25 also cater to a similar audience, although it is a different format of motorcycle. After a number of spy shots and leaks, the launch officially confirms all of the information we reported a few days ago. Also read: Of late, Royal Enfield has been showing its eagerness to become a worldwide leader in the middleweight motorcycle category. The handlebar is a flatter, wider one, which should help with manoeuverability in the city. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 features multi-spoke steel wheel shod with tube tyres reminiscent of the bygone era of classic motorcycles.
The bikemaker, recently, for the both Thunderbird X models. While the Thunderbird 350 and 500 are touring bikes, the 350X and 500X are designed more for the street. The new Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X and 500X come in four colours options: Drifter Blue, Getaway Orange, Roving Red and Whimsical White. Both new Thunderbird variants use the same engine and gearbox as the standard Thunderbird range. Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X Tyres, Suspension and Brakes Type Single downtube, using engine as stressed member Front suspension Telescopic, 41mm forks, 130mm travel Rear suspension Twin gas charged shock absorbers with 5-step adjustable preload, 80mm travel Tyres Fr.
There are disc brakes at both ends, with a 280mm front disc and a 240mm rear one. The pricing of the Tbird 500X makes it the most expensive single-cylinder Royal Enfield on sale today. For the latest and , follow CarAndBike on , , and subscribe to our channel. It gets the same 499cc fuel-injected single-cylinder air-cooled engine from the Thunderbird 500. Recently, Royal Enfield has been adding up new paint schemes to the current lineup to attract more prospective young buyers. This is exactly where the new Thunderbird X comes in. Royal Enfield has launched the Thunderbird 350X and 500X.
Also Read: Royal Enfield Thunderbird X Drifter Blue Rear Quarter Design The range is a custom-inspired sportier version of the regular models and are essentially built on the same Thunderbird platform. It gets all-black treatment, which extends to the alloy wheels. Furthermore, the blacked-out cycle parts increase the visual appeal of this motorcycle. Also finished in matte-black are the exhaust and the telescopic fork, as well as the top and bottom ends of the dual shock absorbers. Powering the bike with 499cc air-cooled engine makes 27. The wheels are a 19-inch front and an 18-inch rear. The 500X is available in light blue or bright orange.
In terms of pricing, the 350X and the 500X are both more expensive than the standard Thunderbird 350 and Thunderbird 500 by around Rs 8,000. The handlebar is a flatter, wider one, which helps with manoeuverability in the city. Well priced The new Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X and Thunderbird 500X have been priced at Rs 1. Engine 346cc, Single Cylinder, 4 stroke, Twinspark Power 19. The wheels are a 19-inch front and an 18-inch rear.
White colors or light colors : would required daily cleaning as any dirt will be visible and would make the bike look dirty. A five-speed gearbox delivers power to the rear wheel via a chain drive. Suspension duties ar e handled by telescopic front forks and twin gas-charged shocks at the rear. Gloss and matte shades are provided almost everywhere else. That said, the Classic 350 is designed to reflect the retro charm. These give the bike a youthful appearance and is, arguably, its main attraction. The pillion backrest has also been left out.
Do take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort. Ditching the split seat, the X variant gets a new single unit. Royal Enfield recently launched the Thunderbird 350X and Thunderbird 500X in India. There are disc brakes at both ends, with a 280mm front disc and a 240mm rear one. Mechanically, both bikes remain unchanged.