Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 X’s next model was again seen without any camouflage. While the brand may discontinue its 500cc models in order to comply with the BS6 standards due to high upgrade costs, the new 350cc engine will be revised.
A range of changes are planned for the new Thunderbird 350 X, including a new round tail lamp and circular indicators, stepped seat and alloy wheels.
Spy photos also showed that a circular instrument cluster and headlamp, modified side panels and a split grab rail could be accessed from the wheel.
Reports suggest that a new BS6-compliant single-cylinder engine is likely to come with the new Thunderbird. Please remember that a double cradle frame is used by the next generation model and the chain sprocket has been shifted to the bike’s left-hand side.
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