Royal Enfield files trademark for “Goan 350”! See how it’ll be different from others

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Royal Enfield recently unvealed the shotgun 650 in India and the latest news suggest that the company is getting ready to reveal it’s latest model Royal Enfield Bobber 350. Also know as the Classic Goan 350, the company has reportedly filed for the trademark. Adding another model to the 350 cc list will further strengthen RE’s dominance in the segment. Previous to Goan 350, the Classic 350, bullet 350, super meteor 350 and the hunter 350 were introduced in the market and did exceptionally well. Will the Goan 350 be able to join the best selling club as well?

Goan 350 aims for better experience and will focus more on comfortable riding stance which favors long distance traveling. The motorcycle was spotted several times while testing on the road. Talking about the features of the Goan 350, it is being said that they will be similar to that of the Classic 350. However, few things will be changed, like the handlebar, which will relatively be taller. If you know, taller handlebars are signature features of the bobber motorcycles.

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Other than the handlebar, there might also be changes in the seat design as well as height. Reports suggest that Goan 350 will have new exhaust tip and a unique exhaust note sound. In addition to the features there will be changes in the look of the motorcycle. The recent ones was spotted with steel coloured tire walls which is the very popular vintage motorcycle style. This confirms that the Goan Classic 350 will have the most retro feel when compared to the other 350 cc motorcycles by Royal Enfield.

Goan Classic 350 specifications

Although, most of the Bobber motorcycles get a longer wheel base the Goan Classic 350 just like the Classic 350. The wheelbase will be around 1390 mm. Meanwhile, unlike the majority of Bobber motorcycles, Goan may have two seats. It was noticed in the recent testing that there was a pillion seat as well, which can either be the additional accessory or a whole new variant. It is being expected that the Goan Classic 350 may be launched in the market in 2024.

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