- The issue influences single-channel ABS, back drum brake Royal Enfield Classic 350 models made between September 1 and December 5.
- 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 was dispatched in September with a large group of changes at a beginning cost of ₹1.84 lakh.
Imperial Enfield has reviewed 26,300 units of Classic 350 bikes because of an issue in the brake response section. The bike organization’s specialized group found that the brake response section connected to the cruiser swing arm could be harmed in explicit riding conditions.
When uncommonly higher slowing download is applied on the back brake pedal, it could prompt expected harm to the response section.
This can prompt strange slowing down commotion and hence possible disintegration of slowing down productivity in outrageous conditions, prompting mishaps.
The issue influences single-channel ABS, back drum brake Classic 350 models fabricated between September 1 and December 5. The impacted units are being reviewed to support the brake response section of the swingarm for these units.
“Issues like this can emerge under explicit, outrageous riding conditions, and we are focused on settling this at the earliest, with least bother for our clients,” the organization said in an assertion.
Administration groups, or potentially neighborhood showrooms of Royal Enfield, will begin reaching clients whose bike Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) falls under the rundown of impacted vehicles produced in the referenced period.
Proprietors of Classic 350 models can likewise visit the Royal Enfield site or neighborhood studios to observe this out. Then again, they can approach the organization’s helpline number – 1800 210 007 to check the data.
2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 was dispatched in September with a large group of changes at a beginning cost of ₹1.84 lakh, going up to ₹2.15 lakh (ex-display area). Your refreshed bike is based on a similar J-stage that houses Meteor 350. The new Classic 350 likewise acquires a few critical parts from the Meteor 350.
The retro cruiser comes outfitted with a USB charger, a recently planned taillight, refreshed exhaust pipe, 13-liter limit gas tank, and refreshed seats for a more open-to riding experience.
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