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Royal Enfield Signals

Rs. 1,63,839

Royal Enfield Signals Highlights

346 cc

35 kmpl

5 Speed Manual

13.5 litres

192 kg

800 mm

Color Options

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The Classic 350 is the product that keeps Royal Enfield's sales going today. In fact, it has sold more copies than many 150cc commuter bikes. The Classic Signals is a different take on the regular 350, with a nod to the military. There are two colours: brown and blue, which are a nod to the Indian army and air force. The area around the mirror and headlight is black, and there is a serial number written on the tank. This is true even though the Signals isn't a limited edition machine. Options include a windscreen and soft panniers. What is standard, though, is a front and rear disc setup with dual-channel ABS. The Classic Signals is powered by a 346cc carbureted engine that puts out 19.8bhp of power and 28Nm of torque. It is joined to a five-speed gearbox. It has 19-inch front and 18-inch rear spoke wheels. It has telescopic front forks and a dual spring rear suspension.

Royal Enfield Signals Highlights

Engine Capacity

346 cc


35 kmpl


5 Speed Manual

Fuel Tank Capacity

13.5 litres

Kerb Weight

192 kg

Seat Height

800 mm

Royal Enfield Signals Price

The Classic Signals is priced at Rs 1.61 lakhs, a premium of Rs 23,000 over a standard Classic 350. It competes head on with the UM Renegade Classic/Mojave and the Bajaj Dominar 400.

Royal Enfield Signals Features

Royal Enfield Signals
Indian motorbike manufacturer Royal Enfield makes the Classic Signals. Military motorcycles inspired the Classic Signals. Its single-cylinder engine and traditional styling are modernised with LED lights and fuel injection. The motorcycle is recognised for its unique exhaust note, solid build, and affordable pricing
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The Royal Enfield Classic Signals has a maximum torque of 27 Nm at 4,000 RPM.
Mid-sized Royal Enfield Classic Signals motorcycles are comfortable and stable. A single-cylinder, air-cooled engine generates 27 Nm of torque and 19.1 horsepower. The motorcycle's classic shape and low weight make it easier to handle in city traffic and on curving highways. Even on tough routes, the suspension is well-tuned.

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Royal Enfield Signals Expert Opinion
The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Signals version has two unique colours and stickers that honour the Indian armed forces. It also has a blacked-out engine and rims that set it apart. The Good Stuff . Unique colour and stickers, Easy riding position, Easy access to service. Could do Better. Could get better brakes, Not stable at high speed It's heavy .

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Rearview mirrors

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Royal Enfield Signals FAQs

The Signals is powered by a 346 cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine.
The Signals produces 19.1 bhp of power and 28 Nm of torque.
Yes, the Signals comes with single-channel ABS as standard.
The fuel tank of the Signals has a capacity of 13.5 liters.
The Signals weighs 184 kg.

Royal Enfield Signals Bikes Ratingsreviews

Based on 27 reviews
The best way to ride is to look good and do well. The average person's dream bike. Anywhere you go on an Indian road with a royal enfield, you'll look like the king of bikes.
Sanjiv Kumar
Its a ghost
I drive it almost 80-90 km every day. In the city I like very much, the average is around 35. It is very easy to ride on. I love how great the suspension is.
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