New Classic Enfield starts without a kickstart

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Ever seen an Enfield bike start without a kickstart? Well, now you have the lastest edition of Royal Enfield Classic 350 which comes without the kickstart and also boasts of  other features which can prove to be a game changer in the competitive field of commercials bikes.

The new Enfield Classic 350 had done away with its the single down tube chassis and borrows the double cradle frame from the Meteor. As a result, the handling has improved and vibration has been reduced. Besides, the footpegs have been moved back a little.The headlight is bright. Though the headlight has more or less the same design of the outgoing model, the doom can be adjusted. Besides, the headlamp glass is flatter and there are changes in the glass pattern as well.  A further modification has been done in the meter console– the biggest complaint among customers was the lack of a fuel gauge. This issue has been has addressed along with classic dials, there is a small digital meter, which features a fuel gauge, trip, clock and odometer. In place of the amp meter, the Classic 350 gets a Tripper navigation screen similar to the Meteor. The handle lock has been integrated with the ignition switch. The clutch brake lever and handle grips are from the Meteor. There are huge improvements in terms of overall quality.

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